To comply with the Governor's Executive Order, The Village of Dimondale has taken a number of steps to protect public health, safety, and welfare. The Village is cancelling all meetings in the Month of April.
Village Office CLOSED
Spring Brush Collection CANCELLED
Lions Park playground equipment CLOSED
Lions Park reservations CLOSED THROUGH APRIL
Village Parks OPEN However, the Stay at Home order directs Michiganders to stay in their homes unless they’re a part of that critical infrastructure workforce, engaged in an outdoor activity, or performing tasks necessary to the health and safety of themselves or their family, like going to the hospital or grocery store. If you utilize a park or trail maintain social distancing.
We will continue to provide essential services, such as sewer. Sewer payments can be made by mail, drop box or the drive through at Union Bank, 127 East Rd, Dimondale. We will be available to answer all questions by phone or email:
We will continue to monitor the situation and the information coming from the County and the State Health authorities. We want the Dimondale community to know that we make these decisions with the health, safety, and welfare of the community in mind. Providing basic municipal services is still our foremost goal, but we must act to prevent the community spread.
Stay home. Stay safe.A Message from your Village President.
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What's New Inside:
What's going on?
On March 10, 2020 the Governor declared a state of emergency in Michigan in response to the discovery of the first two presumptive positive cases of COVID-19.
What does that mean?
While a state of emergency sounds alarming, it is primarily a procedural step that allows state and local health officials to access additional resources for identifying, treating, and preventing the spread of the disease.
So, what should I do?
~You should be washing your hands for minimum 20 seconds with soap and warm water.
~You can reduce your chances of exposure by avoiding large gatherings of 100 people or more.
~If you are sick, stay home! Contact your healthcare provider.
~Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands.
~Cover your mouth and nose when coughing.
Where can I learn more?
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has a fact sheet with information and tips to stay safe.
For information and updates visit:
Board of Appeals Openings
The Village Council recently voted to retain an independent Board of Appeals and several positions are available. This Board meets on an as needed basis and provides an opportunity for residents to engage in governance of their community with a relatively light time commitment. Interested individuals should contact the Village Manager at 517.646.0230 or for more information. A job description can be found here and a Citizen Involvement application here.
Holiday Closings/Trash Schedule/
Office temporarily closed until further notice
Call for Candidates
Village residents will elect a President and three Trustees in the November 2020 election. 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 and the Trustees' four years. The average time commitment is four hours per month for one or two evenings meetings. The President job description can be found here and the Trustee job description here.
Street light out?
Use Consumer's street light outage reporting portal located HERE.