SEASONAL CAMPFIRE PERMITS
The City of Jonesville is now issuing seasonal campfire permits. Permits will be valid from Saturday, May 7th through Sunday, October 22nd.
If you would like to renew or apply for a new permit please call City Hall at (517) 849-2104, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
The campfire must be at least 50 feet from any structure, attended at all times by an adult, with an available water supply for safety. Please be mindful, windy conditions may cause fires to go out of control.
CITY WATER CUSTOMERS WITH LAWN METERS
Call in your lawn meter readings asap to receive your sewer credit! Call City Offices at (517) 849-2104 or submit your meter reading here: http://jonesville.org/LawnMeter.aspx
CITY OF JONESVILLE 2022 RECREATIONAL BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL SEASON
The City of Jonesville is pleased to announce the return of the recreational baseball and softball season. We are so thankful for the business sponsorships and Jonesville Community Schools that supports the successful operation of the recreation program.
Please call Cindy Means, Recreation Director with any questions or concerns at (517) 849 - 2104. Cindy has provided all Coaches with team rosters, each players will be notified of practices by the coaches. Games are expected to start after Memorial Day but practices may be held before - per volunteer Coach availability. Please call now if you are interested in helping coach a team for games or practices.
YARD WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE
Click here for Yard Waste Collection Plan.
CITY OF JONESVILLE APPROVES AGREEMENT FOR FORMER FACTORY
The Jonesville City Council unanimously approved a Pre-Development Agreement with DH Roberts Construction for the former Klein Tool factory at their meeting on Wednesday night. The agreement will give the company 6-months to complete the studies needed to develop a concept plan to redevelop the building.
The company had responded to the City’s request for development proposals with a vision of updating the appearance of the building to add storefronts compatible with the Downtown. The request for proposals was driven by input from residents during the development of the 2019 Master Plan that identified redevelopment of the building as the City’s top priority. The City received a grant from the State of Michigan that allowed additional environmental study to be completed in 2020. A public open house was held in the fall of 2021, before proposals were requested.
DH Roberts Construction will be studying the feasibility of bringing additional retail, restaurant, indoor recreation, and similar businesses to the site. They will also look that the possibility of market-rate apartments or condominiums for the property. Parking needs will be studied, as well.
Dan Loew, with DH Roberts Construction, told the Council, “We see this as an investment opportunity for us, but also as an opportunity to bring resources into Downtown Jonesville. We are looking forward to working with the City.”
Click here for full press release.
PAYMENT DROP BOX INSTALLED AT THE JONESVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
If you would like to submit utility payments a drop box has been installed at the Jonesville Police Department, 116 W. Chicago Street.
If you have any questions, City Hall staff can be reached at (517) 849-2104.
BATTERY RECYCLING SUSPENDED
The City is temporarily suspending its battery recycling service while sharing office space at the Police Department. The City will resume the service when staff moves back to City Hall.
JONESVILLE CITY HALL SERVICES RELOCATED
While storm damage to City Hall is repaired, City services have been temporarily relocated to the Jonesville Police Department located at 116 W. Chicago Street. Services will remain at the Police Department until further notice. The building will be open to serve the public Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please contact City Hall staff at (517) 849-2104 with any questions. .