2483 E. Midland RoadBay City, MI 48706Office: (989) 684-7203Fax: (989) 684-9234office@monitortwp.org

Meeting Dates 2018

Township Board

4th Monday of each month

July 23

October 22

August 27

November 26

September 24

December 10

Planning Commission

1st Tuesday of each month unless otherwise noted

July 10

August 14

September 11

October 2

November 13

December 4

Zoning Board of Appeals

3rd Thursday of month, as needed

July 19

October 18

August 16

November 15

September 20

December 20

 

    2018 Holidays Observed

 

January 1 & 2       New Year`s Day

January 15            Martin Luther King

February 19          President`s Day

March 30              Good Friday

May 28                  Memorial Day

July 4                    Independence Day

September 3         Labor Day

October 8              Columbus Day

November 12        Veteran`s Day

November 22        Thanksgiving Day

November 23        Thanksgiving-Friday

December 24        Christmas Eve

December 25        Christmas Day

December 31        New Year's Eve

Bay County Road Commission

Driveway Policy

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Important Notice:  The Bay County Road Commission DOES NOT allow a concrete driveway or concrete driveway approach to be installed to the edge of a non-curb and gutter roadway.  A concrete driveway also cannot connect directly to an asphalt paved shoulder or be used as a driveway surface within the road right-of-way.  Please note a permit is also required.  Read More Here

Flags in Your Yard?

 

What Do The Colors Mean?

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Have a Suggestion or Issue to Discuss With Us?

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Send a Confidential Email to our Planning Commission

Send a Confidential Email to our Board of Trustees

Need to Report a Road Problem?

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The Bay County Road Commission has a website for reporting complaints. 

Click Here to fill out the form.  You will receive a confirmation email.

Street Light Out?

 

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Click Here to report the Outage to Consumers Energy

Call (989) 894-8350 for Bay City Electric

Planning Commission

Wind Energy Fact-Finding Advisory Committee

On September 11, 2018 the Planning Commission established their advisory committee to assist in the revisions of the Wind Energy Ordinance.

Committee Members:  Brandon Krause, Chairman   Jim Bellor, Vice-Chairman  

Pete Campbell, Secretary, Carole Hoyle, PC Member, Bill Reder, PC Member

Eric Rosenbrock, Amy Shabluk, and John Leuenberger

  The next meeting of the committee will be held on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the Township Hall.  Public Hearing Notice

Read More Here: October 2, 2018 Minutes  October 9, 2018-DRAFT

Wind Energy Policy Forum  Time: 7:00 p.m. - Tuesday October 16, 2018

Location:  Beaver Community Hall - 545 W. Parish Road, Kawkawlin, MI 

Learn More About Wind Energy - Let Your Voice Be Heard   Read More Here

2018 - 2023 MDOT Projects

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The projects below are for the MDOT`s Transportation Service Center.  This is a snapshot of current 5 year program.  MDOT`s 5 year program, funding and plan development process is very dynamic and the list in the links that you can download below is subject to change at any time. 

Download: Map of Future Road Work

Download: Project Listing 2019-2023

 Yard Waste pickup is from April 1st through November 30th each year.

 Yard Waste Pickup is the day after your trash.

 There is no limit on the number of yard waste barrels or bags.

 Please No Plastic Bags and Barrels Must Be Less than 50lbs.

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Storing an RV, Boat, or Utility Trailer in your yard? Know the numbers: 1 in 1 acre or less; 5 feet from the property line; 0 in front yard.  See the Ordinance

Remember you are also NOT ALLOWED to park an RV, Boat, or Utility Trailer on a Public Street, Road Right-of-Way, or Private Road Easement

Website Disclaimer: This website is for informational purposes only. Please note that in the case of any discrepancy between these versions and the official hard copy versions, the official hard copy will prevail. The web version of any of the codes or information may not reflect all of, or the most current, legislation that has passed.