Final Brush and Limb Removal Program
The Department of Public Services will finish picking up and removing woody storm debris resulting from the December ice storm through April 25, 2014. Residents may clean up broken tree limbs and branches from their yards which resulted from the storm and should place the debris behind the curb in front of their property.
The final clean-up effort will be conducted over a two-week period. Clean-up operations will be conducted in two zones within the City. A map of the zones and a schedule of the dates clean up operations will be conducted in the zones can be found here.
It is important that all debris be brought out by April 14. The City will make one pass through each zone. Any debris brought to the curb after clean-up operations are completed on a street will not be picked up by the City and will be the responsibility of the property owner to dispose of.
When placing tree debris next to the street, residents should keep the following in mind:
1. Material should be limited only to debris which resulted from the ice storm. This program is not intended for removal of general yard waste, material raked from lawns, or limbs and other material trimmed from trees and shrubs. The City will not be picking up any of this material.
Anyone with the ability to haul debris from their yard is urged to take it to the city operated Compost Center at 400 Whitney St. The site is open every Wednesday (3:00 PM to 7:00 PM) and Saturday (8:00 AM to 4:00 PM) and accessible to all City residents with a valid annual pass. Passes are available for a $20.00 annual fee at Grand Ledge City Hall.
Thank you for your co-operation during this clean-up.
2012 Drinking Water Quality Report
The 2012 Drinking Water Quality Report, which contains detailed information about the quality and content of City drinking water during 2012, is now available. Copies may be obtained at the Grand Ledge City Hall or the Grand Ledge District Library. The Report is also available here. Interested persons wishing to have a copy mailed should contact the City Clerk at (517) 627-2149 or send a written request to:Mr. Gregory Newman