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Spring Rubbish Drop-off Site Planned
The City Household Rubbish Drop-off will take place from May 12 – May 14, 2016 in front of the DPW Building, located at 125 N. Stephenson Ave. Read the full Details here.
Annual Saturday in the Park Event
There will be an admittance fee of $7.00 for the use of City Park on both July 15, 2016, from 3:00 P.M. to close and July 16, 2016, from 1:00 P.M. to close for the annual Saturday in the Park event. CHANGE IN GARBAGE PICKUP
The annual spring thaw requires a temporary change for garbage pickup. The temporary change is necessary to prevent further damage to residential alleys. The City of Iron Mountain will begin street-side garbage pickup on Monday, March 14, 2016 and concluded on Friday, May 6, 2016. Please note that alley pickup will resume on Monday, May 9, 2016. Please contact (906) 774-0722 if you have any questions .
2015 Taxes Closed for payment
As of March 1 the City can no longer accept or process tax payments for 2015. Taxes are now payable to Dickinson County Treasurer.
New Park and Recreation Survey
The City of Iron Mountain is in the process of evaluating park and recreation opportunities as a part of updating the 5 year Park and Recreation Plan. A survey was developed to better understand the park and recreation needs of residents. The results of the survey will be used to shape the City of Iron Mountain's 5 year Park and Recreation Plan. Citizens are encouraged to give their input by clicking on the following link to complete the survey. The survey is brief with 7 questions and will take under 5 minutes to complete.
Click here to take the Park and Rec. Survey
Polling Place Relocation
The Iron Mountain City Council is considering the relocation of Ward 2 and Ward 3 from the Iron Mountain City Hall to Fornetti Hall at the Bay College West facility. Read more...
City Park Pavilion Reservations
The City is now taking reservations for City Park Pavilion. Read More
Need to report a Street Light out? Street Lights in the City of Iron Mountain are maintained by We Energies. Below is a link to report a street light out online. Zoom in to our city and click on the yellow dot representing the street light to report it directly.
Street Light Reporting Map
Just a reminder that while garage/yard sales do not require a permit they are still regulated by City Ordinance. Garage sales, rummage sales, yard sales and similar activities may be conducted for no longer than three days and no more than two times per calendar year on the same property. (Ord. Sec. 74-4. (9))
Tree Planting Program
The deadline to order trees for the 2016 planting season is November 30, 2015. See form below for available varieties and details.
After the deadline date interested citizens can sign up to the Tree program email list to receive next years order flyer as soon as it is available. The list is for notification only, you will not be committed to purchase a tree by signing up to the list. Link to email list. View 2016 Form
A list of employment applications is available in the document center.
New! Cemetery Rules are available for viewing.
New FOIA procedures are available in the document center. FOIA 2015 Procedures Guidelines FOIA Written Public Summary of FOIA Procedures and Guidelines 2015
Water Quality Report
The 2014 annual water quality report is now available for viewing in the document center .
The City's Title VI Plan is now available to view in the Document Cen te r. View File
The Unfunded Accrued Liability Plan is now available to view in the Document Center. View File
The new AccessMyGov website will be available 12/3/2015. This new feature allows citizens to see key municipal information. See Details
The EVIP - Certification of Employee Compensation Document is now available for viewing in the document center .
ACT 51 Certification information is available for viewing.
2015-16 Budget is available for viewing.
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