The Veteran’s Park Committee will meet next Wednesday, May 9th, at 5:15 pm in City Hall to work on the plans for the development of the park and discuss fund raising efforts. All interested parties are encouraged to attend!!
The City Spring Clean-up is this Saturday, May 5th, from 7am to 1pm at the DPW complex, 300 S. Mill Street. Please bring a recent water bill or tax bill to confirm your residency in the City of Stanton. ITEMS ACCEPTED for drop off include: Furniture, Construction materials, most appliances, trash not normally placed in […]
Due to the Wintery Spring weather, the leaf vacuuming operation will continue through May 4th for all City Residents. Call City Hall with any questions (831-4440). Enjoy the (delayed) Spring weather!!
City Commission meeting to review the 2018/19 Budget.
CITY OF STANTON MONTCALM COUNTY NOTICE OF CANCELLATION SPECIAL MEETING AGREE ON THE WORDING TO PUT ON BALLOT The City of Stanton Commission has cancelled the special meeting to agree on the wording to put on ballot on February 6, 2018 at 7:00pm in the Community Room at City Hall, located at 225 S. Camburn […]
Part-time Deputy Clerk Position Description: Performs responsible professional, administrative, clerical and technical services for the City. This position is responsible for the maintenance and retrieval of official City records, including but not limited to City Commission meetings, licenses, contracts, and other official City records. Essential Duties: Performs City Clerk functions in the absence of the […]
Attention Stanton Residents! There has been a clerical error in the water/sewer bills this month. The bills read the billing date is 01/05/18 and past due is 02/10/18. The billing date is 01/30/18 and past due is 01/31/18. Services will be shut off if payment is not received by 02/10/18. We are sorry for any inconvenience […]
Due to the extreme cold weather, it is recommended that residents across the state let their water run from a sink tap, so that the flow is around the size of a pencil lead. This keeps water moving through the piping and will prevent the lines from freezing. The City will notify when to stop […]