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.
MARCH 20, 2020
accordance with the Statewide State of Emergency as declared by Governor
Whitmer and as a measure of precaution due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic,
the Village of Almont administrative office will be closed to walk-in traffic
beginning Monday, March 23, 2020. People
who have necessary business with the Village may do so by appointment by
calling Village offices at (810) 798-8528.
Any payments or documents to the Village can be delivered via the
drop-box located at the end of the sidewalk to the Village office
entrance. This closure will remain in
effect until further notice.
Village Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed on Friday
Village Drop Box
The Almont Village and Almont Township have a new drop box, located in front of our building. If you use the south driveway, you may put items in the drop box without leaving your car.
Please place all water bill and tax payments in our new drop box. The left side is for the Village. Please no cash in the drop box.
Almont Homecoming News
The Almont Homecoming Event planned for August of 2020 will be postponed until next year.
Water Tower Construction = 11.425%
General Village Operations = 88.575%
General Village Operation Breakdown
Police = 49.0%
Payables = 16.2%
Village Hall = 2.5%
Department of Public Works = 14.6%
Manager & Council = 8.9%
Clerk/Treasurer = 7.5%
Parks & Rec = .5%
Planning & Zoning = .8%
Water Bill Breakdown
Water Fees = operating, maintenance, equipment replacement, depreciation and any an all other water system related costs
Sewer Fees = operating, maintenance, equipment replacement, depreciation and any an all other sewer system related costs
SSO = bond payments for waste water treatment plant equalization basin project
This section of the Village website provides notices of meetings and public hearings other than regular meetings. Click here for public notices.
Before you report an outage you need to know: pole location, pole type (wood, metal etc.), pole # (if known), Is the light out? Is the light broken? Is the light next to a playground or school?
Water Bill Schedule/Final Bill Request
WATER BILLS GO OUT WATER BILLS DUE
Jan 7 Feb 10
April 7 May 10
July 7 Aug 10
Oct 7 Nov 10
You must request a final water bill 24 to 48 hours prior to bill request date. We need this request in writing. Please fill out this form and return to our office.
Almont Outdoor Burn Ordinance
On March 20, 2018 the Village Council adopted Outdoor Burn Ordinance No. 201 to view this ordinance, please click here. Per the Ordinance you will need to apply for a burn permit. Burn permits are available at the Almont Fire Department website http://almontfire.org/
VILLAGE OF ALMONT ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS VACANCIES
The Village of Almont is currently accepting letters of interest to fill vacancies on its Zoning Board of Appeals. 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 and application (available here) should be directed to Almont Village Clerk/Treasurer, Kimberly Keesler at 817 N. Main St., Almont, MI 48003 or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Appointment is not guaranteed through application, although any interested individual is encouraged to apply.
TRASH AND RECYCLING IS PROVIDED WEEKLY ON FRIDAY. If a holiday falls on a weekday (Monday-Friday), pickup will be SATURDAY. OBSERVED HOLIDAYS ARE: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. If the holiday is on the weekend, your pick up day will not change.
All materials should be set at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on the scheduled day of pickup. Containers should not weigh more than fifty (50) pounds each. For those with special pickup needs contact the Village of Almont.
UNACCEPTABLE MATERIAL: Tires, concrete, fencing, and contractor generated materials; free liquids (paints, pesticides), car parts, and appliances containing Freon; fluorescent bulbs (in excess of seven per household), car batteries.
Emterra Environmental USA will provide yard waste to the Village of Almont residents. Yard waste will be picked up every week on Friday. Please have curbside by 7am. Service will start April through November.
*Place yard waste in brown yard waste bags or in plastic 30-gallon carts clearly marked “X” facing the street. Branches are to be no more than two (2) inches in diameter, must be tied in bundles, nothing longer than four (4) feet in length. Bundles and containers must weigh less than 50 pounds. No tree stumps or trunks are accepted. No yard waste will be accepted in plastic bags.**
RECYCLING Recycling bins are available by calling the Village at 810.798.8528. YOU DO NOT NEED TO SORT RECYCLABLE ITEMS!
Place newspapers, phone books, magazines & glossy newspaper inserts in brown paper bags or bundle and tie with string
Clean corrugated cardboard must be bundled and tied in two (2) foot squares, not exceeding a thickness of one (1) foot.
Plastic (#1 – 7)
Plastics should be rinsed clean with the cap removed. No motor oil, anti-freeze, or cooking oil containers please.
Clean tin and aluminum cans. These items may be flattened to conserve space in your container.
Only clear empty glass. The glass must be rinsed out.
There will be 5 seats on council which will be up for re-election in November 2020. Anyone interested in running should contact the Township Clerk, Carol Hoffner, at 810-798-8521 or via email at email@example.com for details.
The Michigan Department of
Transportation (MDOT) has posted the 2016 Paving the Way state construction map
online for motorists to download. In an effort to be an even more
environmentally friendly state agency, and to save taxpayer dollars, MDOT is no
longer printing the map for distribution. Instead, motorists are encouraged to
download the map and print it at home or at their nearest library or print
service provider. The map is available at www.michigan.gov/mdotmaps.
MDOT reminds motorists that
state construction information is always available on the Mi Drive traffic
website: www.michigan.gov/drive, as well as the Mi Drive mobile app,
available on iTunes and Google Play. The map will also be on display in all rest
areas and Welcome Centers as in years past.
Village of Almont Public Participation Plan
If you would like more information on The Village of Almont Participation Plan please click here
On-Line Account Access
You now have the capability of accessing your propertyinformation on line for taxes, utility billing and miscellaneous receivables.
This is free to the property owner, however, for all othersthere is a nominal fee. To access this information, click here.