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City Hall

265 E. Chicago Street
Jonesville, MI 49250
(517) 849-2104
(517) 849-9037-Fax

Open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

For emergencies please call 911 (including after hours water and sewer problems).

Department Phone Numbers:
Police Department:  (517) 849-2101
Fire Department:  (517) 849-9451
Department of Public Works:  (517) 849-9772
Wastewater Treatment Plant:  (517) 849-9450
Call 811 before you dig (MISS DIG)!

News & Announcements

April 2015 Water and Sewer bills were mailed on April 6th.
Due to postal service changes, bills are taking longer to be delivered.  Payment is due by April 27th.  Please call the City Hall if you do not receive your bill.  You are still responsible for payment.

2015 Spring Curbside Pickup
The 2015 Spring Clean up will be Saturday, May 9th.  Click here to see acceptable and unacceptable items.

2015 Yard Waste Collection Schedule
The next yard waste pickup will take place the week of April 27th.  Weekly pickups will begin May 4th.

Cross Connection Inspections
In order to protect the water supply and to meet the requirements of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), the City has retained the services of HydroCorp to administer our Cross Connection Control Program.  The program is intended to prevent potential contamination of the public water supply.  Inspections of some commercial and industrial properties took place the week of March 30th.  Click here for more information on the Cross Connection Control Program.


Housing Coming to Downtown Jonesville
The planned redevelopment of the former Kiddie Brush and Toy building continues to move forward.  Read More Here