Public Notices

♥ City Hall Office Hours

M-F 8-4:30

 

♥VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS NEEDED

PAID PER-CALL

APPLY AT CITY HALL

 

♥The 2016 Water Quality Report can be viewed at : www.saginaw-mi.com/ccr.php

 

♥Yardwaste will be picked up starting

April 4th 2017.

 

♥Zilwaukee Bike Riders

Join us the second Sunday of every month

 Sunday, May  14th, 2017

@ 6:00PM

Riverfront Park

109 Front St.

Join us for a leisurely group bike ride through Zilwaukee. Please make sure that your bicycle is in good working condition. Check out the event on ‘Zilwaukee Parks & Recreation’ Facebook page for more info. All are welcome.

 

  Master Plan Open House

The City of Zilwaukee is in the process of creating a Master Plan with the help of ROWE Professional Services Company. A Master Plan is a vision of the future development of a community over the next 20 years and a road map to achieving that vision. A key element in development of the Master Plan is the input provided by the public; both on the vision and the appropriate strategies for achieving that vision.

The City Council and Planning Commission are hosting a Master Plan Open House on Wednesday, May 31st, at City Hall (319 Tittabawassee) for two sessions: first from 1:00 – 3:00pm and the second from 5:00 – 7:00pm. The public may come for any length of time during the two sessions and drift between the stations that interest them.

The Master Plan Open House provides the public with an opportunity to offer input on various development options that the Planning Commission is considering involving goals and objectives; implementation strategies; future land use; or proposed capital improvement projects. Goals and objectives are the ground work for vision of the future of Zilwaukee.

The Master Plan Open House will showcase some of the goals and objectives proposed for the Master Plan and strategies proposed to implement them. The categories that may be discussed include sustainable community; environmental policy; residential land use; commercial land use; industrial land use; recreational land use; utilities; transportation; city government; and administrative policy. The possible topics include floodplain insurance; commercial development along Johnson Street; redevelopment of the Memorial/Pool Park; connection to our schools; blight control; and sidewalk and road infrastructure development.

Keep up with our progress by linking our Facebook Page – Zilwaukee Parks & Recreation –

 

 

♥ Brush set out- May 5th to 14th

Pick up begins May 15th

 

 

♥ Air Zoo Bus Trip

 

Monday July 17th, 2017

Residents – $20.00 (3-59yrs)   $15.00 (60+yrs)

Non-Residents – $25.00

 

Resident Sign-Up – June 12th to 23rd

Non-Resident Sign-Up – June 26th to July 7th