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Coronavirus/COVID-19

The City is performing all essential services during the Coronavirus outbreak.  Police, Fire, Water and Sewer services will continue at all times.

The City is suspending all non-essential services, as required by the Governor's Executive Order 2020-21, to Stay Home and Stay Safe.

All City offices are closed to the public. If you need to do business with the City of Jonesville, please use online, phone and email services. The City is maintaining a minimal number of staff on site to deliver essential services and can be reached by phone during regular business hours of Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at (517) 849-2104. Staff not on site are working from home and will return messages as they are able.

Utility payments can be made on the website or by dropping checks in the secure drop box on the Evans Street side of City Hall, or by mailing to City Hall at 265 E. Chicago Street in Jonesville.

Please contact 911 with any emergencies, including after-hours water or sewer emergencies. 

The City is continually monitoring the situation and may make further adjustments as conditions warrant. We extend our thanks and appreciation for the patience of all that we serve. 

Cancelled, Postponed and Suspended Services

The following services and activities are cancelled, postponed, or suspended:

  • All City parks are open. However, pavilions and play equipment are closed.
  • A modified spring yard waste and brush pickup is scheduled to begin on May 4th.  Click here for details.
  • The spring bulk trash clean-up is postponed until further notice.
  • Recreation baseball and softball season is cancelled.
  • Zoning permits will only be issued for essential work needed to provide safe shelter.
  • The April Cemetery Committee and Planning Commission meetings are cancelled. 
More Information

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory disease that can result in serious illness or death. It is caused by a new strain of coronavirus not previously identified in humans and easily spread from person to person. Older adults and those with chronic health conditions are at particular risk, and there is an increased risk of rapid spread of COVID-19 among persons in close proximity to one another. There is currently no approved vaccine or antiviral treatment for this disease.

You will find important resources regarding COVID-19 at www.michigan.gov/coronavirus or www.CDC.gov/coronavirus.

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