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CITY OFFICES CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY
City Offices will be closed Monday, May 27th in observance of Memorial Day and will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, May 28th.
Utility bill payments and zoning permit applications can be placed in the secure drop box on Evans Street at any time the office is closed.

  • Please call 911 with any emergencies, including any water or sewer related emergencies.

MEMORIAL DAY PARADE REMINDER:
The Memorial Day Parade hosted by American Legion Post 195 Jonesville Michigan (and accompanied by Jonesville Band) will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, May 27th.
The line-up will take place between 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. at the corner of West/South Streets. The parade route will be West Street to US 12 and down to the Freedom Memorial in the Sunset View Cemetery. There will be a service at the Freedom Memorial following the parade.
The Jonesville American Legion Post will host a pancake breakfast at 7:00 am til 11:00a.m. The breakfast will be held at the Jonesville First Presbyterian Church (300 E. Chicago Street.)

LRS WASTE ON HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
LRS waste management, will be running on a holiday schedule in observance of Memorial Day. They will be running one day behind, if your normal trash pick-up day is Tuesday they will service your residence on Wednesday. Please contact LRS with additional questions at (517) 536-4900.

JONESVILLE IS “THE REAL DEAL”
After sifting through nearly 80 entries, the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) selected a new tagline that calls on Jonesville’s heritage as the home of the Deal Buggy Company and the Deal Automobile.  Two different entrants suggested Jonesville be known as “The Real Deal.”  The Jonesville City Council unanimously approved the DDA’s recommendation for the new tagline at their meeting on March 20th.

“We had many great entries and it made for a difficult decision,” said DDA Chair Don Toffolo. “We thought that the winning entry was clever and pithy.  We liked that it incorporates a piece of Jonesville’s history.”

The creative slogan was submitted separately by two entrants, Paul Hosmer and Jeff Rowe.   Each was the recipient of a prize of $50 in Jonesville Bucks.  The City will be featuring marketing materials using the new tagline soon.

RE-IMAGINE CHICAGO STREET
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