CITY OF CROSWELL
The City of Croswell Council is seeking interested City residents for Parks & Recreation Commission.
If interested submit a letter of interest by February 24, 2017 to the City Clerk, Suzanne Dobson, 100 N. Howard, Croswell, MI 48422. All letters will be reviewed and taken into consideration. If there are any questions you may contact the City Clerk, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 679-2299.
TO VIEW OR PAY YOUR UTILITY BILL ONLINE, IT NOW REQUIRES A PIN NUMBER.
YOUR PIN NUMBER WILL BE PRINTED ON ALL FUTURE UTILITY BILLS.
If you need emergency assistance after hours for City Utility Services you may call the following numbers:
Department of Public Works - 810-679-3158 - answering machine will have the after hours contact information
Electric Department - 810-679-2120 - answering machine will have the after hours contact information
An additional fee may be assessed and applied to your utility bill if the department is called out.
Monday thru Friday - 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. are the regular office hours for these departments.
City Hall is open Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 810-679-2299.
RESIDENTS & BUSINESSES
The City of Croswell would like to remind homeowners and business persons that Ordinance No. 19, Section 17.217 states that the owner or occupant of any lot(s) and premises adjacent to and abutting any sidewalk is responsible for keeping this walk free from snow and ice.
Thank you for your cooperation.
CITY OF CROSWELL
City of Croswell residents are reminded that no parking is permitted between
3 a.m. and 6 a.m. on all streets from November 1 thru April 1 for snow removal purposes.
Sorry, but that white stuff will fall.
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.