*PLEASE NOTE: VILLAGE HALL HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:45 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm. Wednesday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. PUBLIC NOTICE for ROAD WORK: September 14, 2020 ATTENTION Village Residents & Businesses in MARCELLUS regarding Road Work on: Read, Woodland & Worden Streets and Parts of Burney, Centre [...]
The Village DPW will pick up brush during the spring and summer months as follows: Note - For weekly yard waste pick up, be sure the yard waste in put in a large trash bag or yard waste bag and placed at the curb away from your garbage cart. Thank you. Village of Marcellus Department [...]
For Possible Covid-19 Resources, please follow the link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fwe0-XgQoeBVbpam3m-xrSZnBnT1_Blw From the Van Buren/ Cass District Health Department Data as of April 24, 2020: 25 confirmed positive cases / 2 deaths / 3 recovered in Cass County 34 confirmed positive cases / 2 deaths / 8 recovered in Van Buren County 36,641 positive cases / 3,085 deaths in Michigan [...]
2019 Drinking Water Quality Report 2019 Drinking Water Quality Report 2019 DRINKING WATER QUALITY REPORT
The office of LARA, Michigan Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, have provided us with a link for any residents that would like to file a complaint regarding video and cable providers. If you have an issue with your video and cable provider and would like to make a complaint contact them through the web page provided [...]
We have been contacted by Senior Guidance, an organization dedicated to providing helpful senior living resources for the elderly. On their website they discuss all services available for seniors living in Michigan, outline helpful state programs for seniors, and allows seniors to find assisted living facilities in their area. Click on the link to visit [...]
Dump passes are now available for resident's or property owners in Marcellus Township and Village. The passes may be used May 1st- May 31st, 2017. You may pick up your pass at the Village Hall 8:30am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-4:30pm Monday- Friday.
The Last available information for the contaminants detected in our water during the sampling cycle ending in 2015 is given in the table below. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not require some contaminants to be monitored annually because their concentrations are not expected to vary. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality obtains and analyzes the samples in [...]