Public Notices


Effectively Immediately: City Hall is open by appointment only. To make an appointment call (989) 755-0931. If you must enter City Hall, you must be wearing a mask. We will not be taking payments inside.


All payments may be mailed in or put in the side door located on the side of our building. Please put check or money order in an envelope with your name and address on it. We will not be accepting cash at this time due to the germs of COVID-19. If you have any questions or concerns, please communicate with the office by telephone. Our number is (989)       755-0931.


First day Waste Management will pick up yardwaste will be Tuesday April 6th, 2021


♥ City Hall Office Hours

M-F 9-4:00

Coronavirus Information






♥The 2018 Water Quality Report can be viewed at :  Click on “Community Water Supply”, then “Consumer Confidence Report Rule.”

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Ordinance Amendments


Chapter 4 Animals Amendment

The City of Zilwaukee Ordains that Chapter 4 Animals, add Article III Dangerous Dogs Page CD 4.4. Sections 4-26 Definitions, 4-27 Registration, 4-28 Exclusions, 4¬29 Standards, 4-30 Reporting Requirements, 4-31 Authority to Deputize and 4-32 Violations.

Chapter 6 Building and Building Regulations

The City of Zilwaukee Ordains that Chapter 6 Building and Building Regulations Page CD 6:51 add Division 11 Unsupervised Properties. Sections 6-154 Findings and purpose, 6-155 Definitions, 6-156 Non-owner occupied property; prohibited conduct, 6-157 Non-owner occupied property; registry.

Chapter 16 Law Enforcement

The City of Zilwaukee Ordains that Chapter 16 Law Enforcement page CD 16-1 be amended to read: Sec 16-1 General Penalty, Secs: 16-2 – 16-18 Reserved. Add Article II, Municipal Infractions. Sec. 16-19 Establishment, location and personnel of the municipal ordinance violations bureau, 16-20 Bureau Authority, 16-21 Ordinance violation notice requirements; admission/denial of responsibility, 16¬22 Schedule of civil fine/costs, 16-23 Records and accounting and 16-24 Availability of other enforcement options.

Chapter 18 Offenses

The City of Zilwaukee Ordains that Chapter 18 Offenses be replaced in its entirety beginning with CD 18-1. Article I In General – Division 1 Disorderly Conduct, Division 2 Curfew For Minors, Division 3 Alcoholic Beverages, Division 4 Drug Paraphernalia. Article II Offenses Against Public Authority.

Miss Dig 811 Information

Visit our website at
Additional MISS DIG 811 Social Media Links:

Doing Any DIY Projects This Season?

Know What’s Below Before You Dig!
Even Hand digging can cause damage. Over 25% of damage is from homeowners.
Become part of the solution!
• Yourself
• Your family
• Your Community

It’s the LAW! It’s fast and it’s FREE!!!

What do you mean FREE?
When you contact MISS DIG 811, the public facility companies are notified to mark the location of their underground lines.

Public facilities are marked for FREE by facility company representatives known as Locators. The Locators paint lines and/or place flags to mark the approximate location of underground public lines.

• Visit
• In the e-Locate box click Start.
• Complete the e-Locate Request.
• Check your status before you dig
• Enter your ticket #. Click Inquire.

Those painted lines usually run from the main facility to the meter on your house.

Not everything gets marked when you call. Private facility lines are NOT marked.

The unmarked private lines usually run from the house to any other building or object with service in your yard, like a garage or lamp post. A private locator may be hired to mark them.
And often, water and sewer lines are only marked in the right-of-way not all the way to the meter on the house.

It’s the LAW?
Yes, a bill was signed by Gov. Rick Snyder and has been in effect since April 1, 2014. Be smart and contact MISS DIG 811 before you dig.

Why so many flags? What do they mean? Can I remove them?
Do NOT remove the flags until the work is completed or after 21 days.

Color Key:
White – Area of Proposed Excavation
Pink – Temporary Survey Markings
Red – Electric
Yellow – Gas, Oil, Steam, Propane
Orange – Phone and Cable
Blue – Water
Purple – Reclaimed water, irrigation
Green – Sewer
Gray – Used to Erase Marks

5 Steps to Safe Digging
1. Call MISS DIG 811 at 811 or go online to
2. Wait for utilities to be marked
3. Check status @
4. Respect the marks
5. Dig with care

If you are suffering from substance abuse or addiction:

Rehab Flyer 

Now Hiring a Seasonal Maintenance Person


Job Description

General Information: The City of Zilwaukee has three community parks, Johnson Park, Memorial Park, and Riverfront Park. The Park Maintenance position includes routine maintenance on park grounds and park buildings and equipment.

Schedules and Length of Employment: This is a seasonal (not permanent) position. Schedule will be for 32 hours per week over 4 days. Most work will be outside, and the hours may vary based on the weather conditions. The position will start immediately and run through October.
Essential Functions: Under the supervision of the DPW Department Water Specialist, performs the work necessary to operate and maintain the City Parks. Responsible for mowing and maintaining the lawn, cleaning the pavement and tables in the pavilions, periodic cleaning of the bathrooms, picking up debris in the parks, and occasional painting or building maintenance may be required. Other duties outside of the park when they arise.

Requirements: Must hold a valid Michigan driver’s license and be able to successfully pass a criminal background check. Ability to operate a commercial lawn mower, leaf blower, edger, weed whacker, and other small power tools will be required. Must be 18 years of age and work well in a team setting.

Wage Rate: $11.50 -$13.50 based on experience.

Apply by submitting a resume to: City of Zilwaukee, 319 Tittabawassee Road, Saginaw, MI 48604

Public Notice


The Zilwaukee City Council will hold a public hearing to consider the budget for fiscal year 2021-22 at 6:00pm on Monday, May 3rd, 2021 at the City Administration Building 319 Tittabawassee.

Interested parties are welcome to attend for input.

Richard C. DeLong, Clerk

City of Zilwaukee