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Thank You for Visiting Your Village of Almont Community Website

This website is intended to be an informative tool for residents as well as a source of information for our guests. From this site, you can find information on Village services, our community, the government of Almont, Village ordinances, and Village finances.
Please contact the Village office at (810) 798-8528 with any questions.
Village office hours are 8am-4pm Monday - Friday

Utility Billing Frequently Asked Questions

Water billing FAQs can be accessed here

Looking for a job in Almont?

View some of Almont's job opportunities on the DDA's Career Connections page  http://www.almontdda.com/1/195/local_employment_opportunities.asp

Employment Opportunity

Part-Time Labor Position

The Village of Almont currently has an opening for a part-time laborer in its Department of Public Works (DPW) Department.  The starting pay would depend upon qualifications and/or experience, and the total number of hours available per week would range from 25-29.  A strong preference will be given to candidates who possess a Class B CDL Driver's License, air brake endorsement, current health card, and proof of high school graduation or GED.  Previous public works and/or municipal experience preferred.  Must be able to pass a physical and background check.  Applications, cover letters, and resumes are due to the Village Offices c/o Bryan Treat.  Applications, cover letters, and resumes are due to the Village Offices c/o Mr. Bryan Treat.  Applications can be mailed to 817 N. Main St. Almont, MI 48003, faxed to 810-798-3397, or emailed to bryandpw@yahoo.com. Position open until filled.

Download Position Description here


Community Forum

The final community forum is scheduled April 23, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Almont Elementary School Gym, 401 Church Street We will show the final concept plan for the potential municipal complex and discuss project financing.  Everyone is welcome and your input is greatly appreciated.      

The adaptive reuse feasibility study was made possible by the generous support of the Four County Community Foundation, Lapeer County Community Foundation, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.  

On-Line Account Access

You now have the capability of accessing your property information on line for taxes, utility billing and miscellaneous receivables.  This is free to the property owner, however, for all others there is a nominal fee.  To access this information, click here

On-Line Broadcast


Link to On-Line Broadcast


Garage Sale Frenzy

The 2015 Garage Sale Frenzy will be held on May 14 (Thursday), May 15 (Friday), and May 16 (Saturday). If you are interested in participating in this event and having your address placed on the event map, please fill out the registration form and submit the $10 application fee to Almont Village Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Gloria Howe no later than May 4, 2015.



The Village of Almont is currently accepting letters of interest to fill two (2) vacancies on its Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals.

The Planning Commission meets on the first Thursday of each month. The Zoning Board of Appeals meets the second Thursday of each month.

Individuals with industrial, recreational, educational, environmental, public health, governmental, transportation, commerce or other similar backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Letters of interest should be directed to Almont Village Clerk/Treasurer, Kimberly Keesler at 817 N. Main St., Almont, MI 48003 or e-mailed to kkeesler@almontvillage.org.

Appointment is not guaranteed through application, although any interested individual is encouraged to apply.
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