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JONESVILLE CITY OFFICES CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY
Jonesville City Offices will be closed on Thursday, November 24th and Friday, November 25th in celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday. Office hours will resume on Monday, November 28th at 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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

Water bill payments and zoning permit applications can be placed in the secure drop box on Evans Street any time the office is closed.

CHRISTMAS IN JONESVILLE! OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND DECEMBER 2ND – 4TH
Family-friendly activities starting Friday, December 2nd!
Come visit Mr. and Mrs. Claus! Lighting of the Christmas tree, Christmas lights, horse drawn wagon rides, coupons for children to get a free cookie from Jonesville Bakery and a free hot cocoa from Jilly Beans Too . Stop by Carl Fast Park and enjoy the evening!

Enter to WIN $1000 in Jonesville Bucks at participating businesses. 
 
Friday, December 2nd 
Come see Santa’s parade to Jonesville and Christmas tree lighting in G Carl Fast Park at 5:30pm.  
              Visit Santa and Mrs. Claus from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. 
              Enjoy the sounds of the Sauk Theater carolers 5:30pm to 6:15pm.  
              Free horse drawn wagon rides through Jonesville 5:30pm to 7:00pm.
              Participating Downtown businesses will be open until 8:00pm 
 
Many businesses will be having special events, door prizes, refreshments, and specials for all Open House Weekend.
 
Come see the “Lights of Love” trees in the park sponsored by the Jonesville Lion’s Club.  See a Lion member at CNB Jonesville branch for details on sponsoring a tree.
 
The downtown Christmas trees will be decorated by the Williams Elementary 1st grade students.
 
Saturday, December 3rd Events 
Jonesville District Library will be hosting Santa and Mrs. Claus on Saturday, December 3rd from 10:00am - 12:00pm.  Free crafts and snacks provided.  
 
Grovesnor House Museum will be hosting their Christmas Open house on Saturday December 3rd from 9:00am - 5:00pm.  Refreshments and entertainment provided.  
 
Jonesville First Presbyterian Church is hosting an Olde Fashioned Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 3rd from 9:00am - 2:00pm.  Many vendors, baked goods, knitted items and a kids take home craft project will be available.  A soup luncheon will be served from 11:00am - 1:00pm.
 
The Sauk will be performing The Nutcracker during the month of December.  Please call 517-849-9100 for dates and times.  
 
Sponsored by Jonesville DDA and Jonesville Business Association.

 

2022 FINAL FALL LEAF COLLECTION
Our Department of Public Works staff are working really hard to finish up the west end of town today, and the 16th and 17th this week. Due to the volume of leaves that still needs to be picked up there will be another scheduled pick up of leaves from east to west of town starting on Monday, November 21st.

Residents are asked to rake all leaves into piles to the edge of the curb or shoulder of your street for final collection no later than 7:00 a.m. on Monday, November 21st.  The DPW staff will conduct the final leaf collection throughout the week of November 21st, as weather permits.  Leaves raked to the street after the 21st may not be collected.  

To help us keep the leaf vac operational for the next few days, make sure that there are no sticks or branches in your leaf piles. And please no rocks or walnuts - they really do a number on it.  Hang on to your brush, barrels and yard bags until next spring when the yard waste program resumes.

Thanks for your understanding and assistance. It makes it possible for us to keep providing this important service.

Please click here for Fall Leaf Collection flyer.

CITY COUNCIL CELEBRATES CITY HALL RE-OPENING

Pictured (l to r): City Council Members Delesha Padula, Andy Penrose, Mayor Gerry Arno, Jerry Drake, Mayor Pro-Tem Tim Bowman, George Humphries, Jr.  Not pictured: Brenda Guyse. 

Photo credit: Carol Champion

Prior to the October 19th meeting, the Jonesville City Council held a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony, officially signaling the reopening of City Hall.  The building had been closed to the public due to damage caused during a storm on August 12, 2021. 

JERRY DRAKE RECOGNIZED BY CITY COUNCIL
  

Mayor Gerry Arno presents a proclamation to Council Member Jerry Drake on behalf of the Jonesville City Council recognizing Drake's 30 years of service to the people of Jonesville.

Photo credit: Carol Champion

The Jonesville City Council recognized Council member Jerry Drake for more than 30 years of service to the Village and City of Jonesville.  After 20 years of service on the City Council, Drake has decided to not seek re-election in November.  Drake volunteered his services for 11 years on the Planning Commission, prior to being appointed to fill a vacancy on the then Village Council.

CITY HALL IS NOW OPEN!
Restoration work is now finished to repair the storm damage to City Hall.  The building is now open for city services Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. til 4:30 p.m.

The secure drop box has been relocated to the Evans Street side of the building.  You can use the drop box for utility and tax payments, absentee ballots and other City services.

Please contact City Hall staff at (517) 849-2104 with any questions.  We look forward to helping you out at City Hall soon!!

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‚Äč

Public Notices/Hearings

ORDINANCE NO. 221 – CITY COUNCIL COMPENSATION
The City Council will hold a public hearing at their regular meeting held on November 16, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. in the Jonesville City Hall to consider public comments regarding proposed Ordinance No. 221.

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