January 17, 2020
It’s time to get REAL – REAL ID
A message from Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson
Your Michigan driver’s license or identification card may not get you through airport security later this year.
Oct. 1 is when the federal government will fully enforce the post-9/11 REAL ID Act, and standard state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards will no longer be accepted to board domestic flights within the United States, or when entering certain federal facilities, such as military bases or nuclear power plants.
Many people already have a REAL ID document, such as a valid U.S. passport, a DHS Trusted Traveler Card or an Enhanced Driver’s License. A full list of acceptable REAL ID documents is available at TSA.gov. Those who don’t can make their Michigan license or identification REAL ID-compliant by visiting a Secretary of State branch office and presenting the required documents. And, if you make an appointment, you’ll be in and out in 30 minutes or less.
Here’s what you need to do to get a REAL ID:
- To schedule an appointment at one of our branch offices visit gov/SOSAppointments or calling 888-SOS-MICH. You can make your appointment at any branch in the state, and you don’t need to have a renewal mailer to do so. Some branches fill up fast, so book your appointment a few weeks in advance of when plan to travel. Your REAL ID license or state ID card will be mailed to you.
- Bring your driver’s license or state identification card.
- Bring your certified birth certificate, with a raised seal or stamp issued by a governmental agency; your valid, unexpired U.S. passport; or an approved citizenship or legal presence document. (Faxes and photocopies won’t be accepted.)
- If your name differs from what is on your birth certificate, bring certified documents for every time your name has changed, such as marriage licenses or court orders.
There’s no additional fee to turn a license or state ID card into a standard REAL ID if it’s done during your normal renewal time; otherwise a duplicate card fee of $9 or $10 will be charged.
For more information, visit Michigan.gov/RealID.
January 17, 2020
The City of Ishpeming is always looking for persons interested in working as Precinct Inspectors for City Elections. Inspectors duties include, but are not limited to opening and closing the polls, assisting voters to exercise their right to vote, issuing ballots, tabulating results and preparing required documents.
Precinct Inspectors receive two hours of required training. Wage is $10.00 per hour.
A registered voter interested in serving as a Precinct Inspector can obtain an application at Ishpeming City Hall, 100 E. Division Street, Ishpeming or by clicking here to access the State of Michigan website to print an application.
November 7, 2018
In August 2017, the citizen of the City of Ishpeming voted in a millage bonding proposal to purchase a new ladder fire truck. It has arrived!
The truck will shoot 1,500 gallons per minute, the ladder will allow the fireman to get over the fire, and the LED lights will illuminate the scene making it safer for firefighters and the general public.
Click here to view a short video: MVI_2778
October 6, 2018
What is Smart 911?
Smart 9-1-1 is a service that allows residents to create a free Safety Profile for their household that includes any information they want 9-1-1 and first responders to have in the event of an emergency. Then, when anyone in that household dials 9-1-1 from a phone associated with their Safety Profile, their profile is immediately displayed to the 9-1-1 call taker providing additional information that can be used to facilitate the proper response to the proper location. At a time when seconds count, Smart 9-1-1 provides details that could impact response the second an emergency call is placed, which could be the difference between life and death.
How does Smart911 work?
You enter your information….. 9-1-1 sees information that is vital in an emergency!
How can I sign up?
You can sign up for Smart 9-1-1 at www.smart911.com and create a Safety Profile for your household to give 9-1-1 valuable information about yourself, family members, your home, pets and even vehicles that will display automatically on the 9-1-1 call taker’s screen when you make an emergency call. It’s private and secure and you control what information is in your profile. These details can save seconds or even minutes during an emergency.
June 12, 2018
AS PER THE MICHIGAN FIREWORKS SAFETY ACT (ACT 256 OF 2011)
USE OF FIREWORKS IN THE CITY OF ISHPEMING IS PERMITTED ON THE DAY PRECEDING THE FOURTH OF JULY, ON THE FOURTH OF JULY, AND THE DAY AFTER THE FOURTH OF JULY;
DISCHARGE OF FIREWORKS IS PROHIBITED BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 1:00 A.M. AND 8:00 A.M.
June 24, 2016
Temporary Extension Application and Hardship/Inability to Pay Application
Individuals unable to pay their City of Ishpeming utility bill in full by the designated due date can apply for the Temporary Extension Application (link below) to delay payment up to 2 weeks from the billing due date.
Individuals unable to pay their City of Ishpeming utility bill in full by the designated due date, and are unable to utilize the Extension Application can apply for a hardship using the Hardship/Inability to Pay Application (link below) to delay payment up to 2 months from the disconnect date on the current utility bill.Newer posts →