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COOLING STATIONS AVAILABLE
The Dimondale Village Council Chambers at 136 N. Bridge will function as a cooling station on July 21st and 22nd from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for residents in need of relief from the heat. If you are traveling to other locations around the area please use this link to search other cooling stations out Active cooling centers July 21 and 22 2016
Summer tax bills will be mailed July 1st and are due by 5:00 p.m. on September 14th. Please note Village residents pay two summer taxes, one to the Village of Dimondale and another to Windsor Township (for the State Education Tax Fund). Call 646.0230 with any questions.
Brush Collection Monday, July 25th
Brush and branches must be at the curb by 9:00 a.m. the day of collection, cannot exceed 9-10 inches in diameter, must be placed in manageable piles facing the same direction and should not be mixed with other materials.
A Grand Celebration
There's going to be a Grand Celebration at Danford Island Park on July 30, 2016! The Dimondale Parks and Recreation Task Force is hosting the celebration on Saturday, July 30th from noon to 2:00 p.m. to encourage Dimondale area residents to enjoy the Grand River and Danford Island Park.
Canoeist and kayakers are invited to travel down the Grand River from Burchfield Park to Danford Park, starting at 10:00 a.m. and arriving at noon. The celebration at Danford Park will begin at noon and will include kids' games, food, kayak demonstrations and the unveiling of new historical signs.
For more information click here.
Call for CandidatesVillage residents will elect a President and four Trustees on November 8, 2016. A qualifying candidate must be a registered voter in the Village. Other helpful characteristics include the ability to interact and make decisions in a group setting and a willingness to serve the public. The President's term is two years. Three Trustees will serve for four years with terms to expire in 2020, while one position fills a vacancy that expires in 2018. The average time commitment is four hours per month for one or two evening meetings. Trustees are compensated bi-annually at a rate of $50 per Council meeting and $35 per committee meeting attended. The President earns $100 per Council meeting and $70 for attendance at committee meetings. Petitions for these offices are available at the Windsor Township Office, 405 W. Jefferson Street, and the deadline to file is 4:00 p.m. on July 26th. More information regarding the election process is available from Marcie Dailey, Windsor Township Clerk, at 646.0772. Questions on the positions should be directed to the Village Office at 646.0230.