2017 Township Roadwork Winding Down
All roadwork scheduled for the Northwood Neighborhood for this year has been completed, Westwood is wrapping up and Eastwood and Lakewood are almost completed as well. We want to thank everyone for their patience and cooperation on this three year project. We hope you're enjoying the improved roads and we will do our best to make sure they're maintained.
A map showing roadwork to be done in 2017 is available. Click Here for the map. Look for the streets highlighted in green.
For more information, including lists of roads to be improved and dates and times for meetings to discuss the upcoming improvements, go to our Transportation and Roads page. Just Click Here.
Drain inspections and repairs began in April. Weekly updates from the Road Commission are be posted in News and Alerts each week.
If you have questions or concerns you my contact the Township's Highway Commissioner, Don Martin at email@example.com or (269) 251-7377.
Bulk Trash Pick Up Starts October 2nd.
Click Here to check the map on our website or call the Township to find out which day of the week your trash will be picked up. Remember no black plastic bags. if you use plastic bags they must be clear. Please Click Here for more details on what you can set out for bulk trash pick up. Please remember to take your used electronics and other hazardous waste to the Household Hazardous Waste Facility by the Fairgrounds on Lake Street.Click Here for their website which will tell you what they take and list alternatives for recycling the things they don't take.
We regret to inform the folks living on Stewart Drive that in spite of our efforts to have this done sooner, the bridge on Stewart Drive is scheduled to be replaced shortly after the bulk trash pick up so you will have to set your bulk trash out on the other side of the bridge. We are truly sorry for this inconvenience.
Learn to manage the water on your property and control runnoff.
The Master *Rain*gardeners Class is coming in September of 2017! The class is co-hosted by the Kalamazoo River Watershed Council and Kalamazoo Nature Center in partnership with Kalamazoo Valley Community College and Kalamazoo Valley Museum. Attendees will learn how to create a living raingarden at home or place of work. Become an expert and share your knowledge with your community. This 5-week course is held on Monday’s beginning September 25, 5:30-7:30 at the KVCC Food Innovation Center 224 East Crosstown Parkway. More details to follow at KalamazooRiver.org/MRG.
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