Dear Residents, During the weeks of October 16th through October 27th, sewer inspection crews from Prein & Newhof, our community’s Engineer, will be conducting SMOKE TESTING of our community’s sanitary sewer system. Smoke testing locates breaks and defects in the sewer system, as well as places where storm and other surface waters are entering sanitary […]
Please click here for the press release and details about the changes made to the recycling sites in Montcalm County. If you have any questions please call (989) 831-3620.
The work session scheduled for Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 5:30pm has been cancelled due to a meeting with the City Attorney concerning the proposed cemetery ordinance.
Got Junk? Don’t let it become a nuisance! Spring Cleanup will be held this Saturday, May 6, at the DPW on S. Mill Street from 7am to 1pm. Clear out those garages, basements, and yards and reclaim your space. Appliances with freon, tires, paints or other hazardous waste will not be accepted. Please bring your […]
The City Commission has rescheduled the 1st Regular Meeting of March due to no quorum. The rescheduled Regular Meeting will be held on Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 4pm at City Hall in the Community Room.
The City of Stanton is looking to hire a Temporary, Full-Time DPW Staff Member. The deadline to apply is March 23, 2017. Please see details in the posting below:
Our Spring 2017 City Newsletter and Service Schedule is now available below for residents to view and read online! Clicking the “pop-out” icon at the top, right corner of the little window below will open a larger version in a separate tab of your browser to make the document easier to read.
Please help us welcome Tiffany Kohn, our newest member to the City of Stanton staff. Tiffany will be working two days a week as an office support staff member. Tiffany has over twenty years of office experience and we are look forward to having her on our team. Tiffany and her husband, Jeff, live in […]
The City of Stanton would like to welcome Lori Braman as the new Clerk/Treasurer! Below is a brief bio with some fun facts about Lori to help you get to know this friendly face at City Hall! Lori has been Married to her husband, Rob Braman, for 18 years. She has 3 children – 2 boys and […]
Winter Fire Safety: Keep Fire Hydrants Clear of snow! In an emergency, every second matters. Fire hydrants that are blocked, concealed or difficult to access due to snow or ice can impede emergency fire response. Keeping them clear can mean easier access to water and more time doing what really matters — fighting the fire.