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News & Announcements

You Spoke...We Listened!
Last winter, you provided your thoughts and input about the future of the City through a community survey and meeting.  The Planning Commission and City Council have drafted updates to the Master Plan - the document that guides the development of the City - based on what we heard.  Now we are ready to listen again.  Tell us if you think the Plan addresses your comments and concerns.

Check out the Framing Jonesville's Future section of the website, and let us know what you think about the draft Plan.  Comments will be received for the next several weeks.  The plan will be adopted after a public hearing after the 1st of the year.

Halloween Events in Jonesville on October 31st
On Wednesday, October 31st, the Jonesville Lions Club will be having their annual costume party in the Jonesville Middle School Wright Street Gym. Judging will begin at 6:30 pm. This event is for children and adults. There are some amazing prizes. While you are there treat yourself and the family to cider and donuts.  That is not all, The Jonesville Fire Department will be hosting their annual hot dog dinner from 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm at the fire station. Come one, come all!  You don't want to miss the Trunk or Treat event which will be at the Carl Fast Park again this year and that fun will begin at 5:30 pm and end when the candy runs out or at 8:00 pm (whichever comes first).  There will also be door-to-door Trick or Treating that same evening from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm. As a reminder and for the safety of everyone, please exercise caution when driving around town that evening.

Cemetery Fall Clean Up
The City of Jonesville will begin fall clean up in the Sunset View Cemetery after November 1st.  Please remove flowers and decorations from lots by this date.  Items that remain after this date will be removed and discarded.  Deteriorating and neglected flower urns will be removed after this date, as well.  Owners are asked to please tend to weeds and damage on urns that they intend to remain at lots.  It is recommended that visitors refrain from placing new décor until after November 19th so that it is not inadvertently removed.  Please contact City Hall at (517) 849-2104 with any questions or concerns.

2018 Fall Leaf Collection
The City of Jonesville will collect fall leaves for City residents, beginning the week of October 8th.  The Department of Public Works (DPW) will make several passes through town with the leaf vac, with the final collection scheduled for the week of November 12th.  We appreciate your help in following these guidelines so that we can provide this service to all residents.  Leaves may be raked to the edge of the curb or to the shoulder of your street in piles, beginning the week of October 8th.  The last leaf collection is scheduled for the week of November 12th.  Please rake all leaves to the curb no later than 7:30 a.m. on Monday, November 12th.  It is difficult to predict when the vac will be in your neighborhood.  The speed of the collection is dependent on a number of factors, including the quantity of leaves raked in an area and the weather.  Some neighborhoods may get picked up twice in a week and others once every other week, depending upon conditions.  

Click link below to view a map of the collection areas

         2018 Fall Leaf Collection Policy

If the leaf vac passes through your neighborhood before November 12th, there will be a final collection the week of the 12th.  Be careful to keep leaves away from storm sewer catch basins that can become clogged by leaves, and cause flooding in the event of rain.  Brush, twigs, rocks, walnuts, and concrete can damage the leaf vac and delay leaf collection.  Please separate these and other similar items from leaf piles.  Leaves will not be collected if these items are found in the leaf pile.  Leaf collection is dependent upon the weather and the season.  We appreciate your patience if we have to adjust the program and extend the collection season to address conditions.

The Weekly Yard Waste Collection will continue until October 25th.  Please separate all yard waste, branches, twigs, rocks, dirt and other debris from leaves to avoid damage to the leaf vacuum.  And please continue to follow all Yard Waste Collection guidelines, including bundling, barreling and bagging materials.

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