The Croswell Department of Public Works will be flushing fire hydrants
May 20 thru May 24, 2013
Any questions you may contact D.P.W. Supervisor Mark Vincent at 679-3158
The City Council of the City of Croswell will hold a Public Hearing to receive verbal and written comments from the Public regarding the Proposed Ordinance No. 322, Budget for Fiscal Year 2013-2014, on Monday, May 20, 2013 at 7:30 p.m., at the Wm. Aitkin Memorial Library, 111 N. Howard Ave., Croswell, MI 48422. The Public is invited to attend.
A complete copy of the proposed budget is available for inspection at City Hall, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or online.
"HOME OF THE FAMOUS SWINGING BRIDGE"
SATURDAY - JUNE 22, 2013
Starting at 6 p.m.
Winner will play during the
Croswell Swinging Bridge Festival
on Saturday July 20th from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m.
and will receive $500
For info or to enter
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF CROSWELL
EVEN-YEAR LOCAL ELECTIONS
The City Council of the City of Croswell will hold a Public Hearing to hear comments regarding the proposal of changing the City of Croswell regular election for local offices to even-year November elections dates, which is the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, instead of odd-year November election dates. This change will not take effect until January 2014. The City of Croswell will still hold their regular election for November 2013.
The Public Hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m., Monday May 20, 2013 at the Wm. Aitkin Memorial Library, 111 N. Howard Avenue, Croswell, MI 48422. The Council will seek oral and written comments regarding the proposed local election year change. The Public is invited to attend.
Suzanne Dobson, CMC
Brush/Yard Waste Pickup will be on Monday's
Have all brush/waste loose, no garbage bags;
Do not place grass clippings in the road, as it get in the storm drains;
Separate grass, brush and leaves as best as you can;
Any questions please contact Dept. of Public Works - 679-3158
The City of Croswell has grown from its timber and saw mill in the 1800s to its farming and sugar factory of the 1900s to this day of Pioneer Sugar Corp. With the maintained city power plant, proximity to transportation and shipping corridors and continued city development for future growth, Croswell is ready for future diversification.
The City of Croswell is an anchor to opportunity with it available work force, proximity to interstates , Lake Huron, and Major crossings into Canada.
The Croswell area is a great example of Thumb Area living with its abundance of natural resources for hunting, fishing, boating and the like. The community also enjoys and demonstrates how proud they are of their city with many downtown activities throughout the year.
20 miles from Major Interstates - I-69 & I-94
20 miles from Major Crossings into Canada via the Blue Water Bridges or rail tunnel.
Available workforce - competitive wages.
5 miles from Lake Huron with excellent recreational opportunities including boating, hunting, fishing and golfing.