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SCRAP TIRE CLEANUP
The City of Iron Mountain received a SCRAP TIRE CLEANUP GRANT from the MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. Effective May 8th 2017 Residents can drop off loose passenger tires at the Dickinson County Baler site located just south of the US-2 141 Junction behind the Thomas Theater (Cinema 8) during normal operating hours 8:00 to 3:30 Monday through Friday and 9:00 to Noon Saturday. The grant will cover the cost of disposal of passenger tires. No heavy truck, semi, solid tires or tires with rims. If rims are on, $10.00 per tire will be charged to the individual. Identification is needed to verify residency, and a signature will be required to attest that the tires came from the address as stated. The grant will run through August 11th 2017 or until available grant funds are depleted, whichever is first.
Garbage back to Alleys
Please note that alley pickup will resume on May 8, 2017.
The proposed ORV Ordinance is available for viewing in the Document Center. View Proposed Ordinance. View Map
Five Year Recreation Plan
The Draft Recreation Plan is available for public review at City Hall Monday through Friday during regular business hours. The plan may also be viewed in the Document Center. Read More...
Comparison of rate payers for all Upper Peninsula municipal waste water systems
The list is from 2013 but the rates for Iron Mountain and Kingsford are included at the 2016 amount. Also, the $.94 per 1000 gallons increased as proposed in the power point presentation above is included for reference. View File
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
Fiscal Year Budget
The current budget is available for viewing in the document center. Budget City Park Pavilion Reservations
The City Park Pavilion is available for the 2017 rental season. For reservations in 2018 please call after January 1st 2018 Read More
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 2017 planting season is December 10, 2016.
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 Tree 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 2015 annual water quality report is now available for viewing in the document center .
Visit the new Downtown Website for Downtown events and information. Historic Downtown Iron Mountain
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.
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