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

In an effort to protect our residents and staff and to ensure continuity of essential City operations during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the City of Jonesville has modified operations at all City facilities.  Meetings with City staff are by appointment only.  Visitors must wear face coverings, unless they are fully vaccinated or meet another exemption in the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Gatherings and Face Mask order.  Visitors must also practice distancing inside of City buildings.  Visitors are subject to health screenings and temperature checks prior to meeting with City staff.  All essential City services are fully operational and will continue. 

The City strongly encourages residents to continue to utilize online services, phone, email, and the Evans Street drop box, and to conduct business in person only when necessary.

Online Bill Payment and a Staff Directory can be found in the Quick Links section on this page.

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:

  • Jonesville City Parks are open to the public. Plan accordingly, as restrooms are not open at this time. Be safe:
    • Practice distancing of at least 6-feet between individuals from different households.
    • Do not visit parks if you are sick or have been experiencing symptoms of illness.
    • Bring and use hand sanitizer. Park surfaces are not sanitized.
  • City Council has suspended all reservations of all indoor City facilities indefinitely.
  • Public meetings of City Boards and Committees are being held in-person at the Fire Station, 114 W. Chicago Street. 

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 or or the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Health Agency.

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