February 6, 2017
CITY OF ISHPEMING
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
2014-2018 CITY OF ISHPEMING RECREATION PLAN AMENDMENT
A public hearing will be held at a joint meeting of the Ishpeming City Council and the Parks and Recreation Commission on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 in the Ishpeming City Hall Conference Room, 100 E. Division Street in Ishpeming, at 6:30 p.m. to receive public comment regarding the draft Recreation Plan Amendment. A copy of the draft Recreation Plan Amendment is available for public review at Ishpeming City Hall, the Carnegie Public Library, and the Ishpeming Senior Center during normal working hours. Written comments can also be submitted to the Ishpeming City Manager’s office, at the above address, prior to the meeting.
January 24, 2017
There is a water main break on West Barnum Street. Customers will experience disruptions in their water service beginning at 8:00A.M. We apologize for this inconvenience.
The following areas are expected to be impacted: West Ridge Street (from Spruce to Pine) and Lake Street (from Ridge to West Barnum). Crews will be on site and hope to complete the repair as soon as possible to prevent further disruption in service.
January 16, 2017
The Al Quaal Tube Slide is open for the season as of January 14, 2017. Hours will be Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00pm until mid-March (weather permitting). If you are interested in a private tube slide rental please contact the Public Works/Parks and Recreation Office at (906) 486-9371.
January 4, 2017
We have received a couple of inquiries regarding water “let-runs” recently. As of today, we have about 36″ of frost in the ground. The shallowest water main in our system is 4′-5′ deep. Based on that, we will not be issuing any let-runs for some time (most likely not before mid-January.) One of the benefits of the upcoming water system replacement project is that the most troublesome areas for water system freezing will be corrected. Many people that have historically been placed on let-run will no longer need to worry about their water freezing annually.
Also note that as the temperatures start dropping, the property owner is required to ensure the space around the water meter remains protected from freezing. If your basement or crawl space is unheated, extra effort must be taken to avoid damage to the meter per Ordinance 12-100. Finally, if pipes freeze within the building, the City cannot assist with thawing those water lines. Typically, a hair dryer on low heat will work for those situations, but the longer the pipe remains frozen, the more chance there will be a leak as a result.
No credits will be issued for unauthorized let-runs, or for water loss due to an interior plumbing leak.
If you have any questions regarding this matter, please direct them to the Department of Public Works.
December 15, 2016
The Chief of Police
For the City of Ishpeming
The Chief of Police is a non-union, MCOLES Certified police position, employed at-will under the general supervision and direction of the City Manager. The Chief of Police plans, coordinates, develops, and directs a complete program of community–oriented police services for a population of 6,470 people living in the City of Ishpeming. The Police Department includes a 13-person staff to ensure continuous enforcement of laws and ordinances, to protect the lives and property of the public, and preserve peace. The Chief of Police establishes and administers departmental policies, procedures, and regulations pertaining to police activities, department personnel, and overall departmental administration. Salary range: $56-64,000, DOQ with strong benefit package. Submit application and resume to City Hall, Attn: City Manager, 100 E. Division Street, Ishpeming, MI 49849.
Applications received after January 16, 2017, may not be considered.
November 23, 2016
The Ishpeming City Winter Parking Ban (Ordinance No. 5-1200) goes into effect November 1, 2016 and runs until April 30, 2017. Times for the parking ban are as follows:
- Residential Streets: 1:00 AM – 6:00 AM
- Downtown Streets: 2:00 AM – 6:00 AM
Parking permits can be purchased at City Hall. Permits cost $25.00 for a monthly pass or $1.00/night.
November 23, 2016
CITY OF ISHPEMING BOARD OF REVIEW
NOTICE OF MEETING
Public notice is hereby given that the City of Ishpeming Board of Review for Clerical Errors, Mutual Mistakes, Veteran’s Exemptions, and Homestead Affidavit corrections will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 in the Ishpeming City Hall Conference Room.
November 23, 2016
City of Ishpeming Offices Announce Holiday Closings
Ishpeming City Hall and its offices will be closed Thursday, November 24 and Friday November 25, 2016 in observance of Thanksgiving.
Ishpeming City Hall and its offices will be closed Friday, December 23 and Monday, December 26, 2016 in observance of the Christmas holiday.
Offices will also be closed Friday, December 30, 2016 and Monday, January 02, 2017 in observance of the New Year holiday.
We wish everyone a warm holiday season and best wishes in 2017!
October 12, 2016
National Fire Prevention Month
Energizer Battery and the International Association of Fire Chiefs and the City of Ishpeming Fire Department are encouraging everyone to take time to make home safety a priority. On November 6, when you set your clock back for daylight saving time, use the extra hour to take a lifesaving action.
Did you know 71 percent of smoke alarms which failed to operate had missing, disconnected or dead batteries? A home with non-functional detectors is dangerous and puts lives at risk.
The city of Ishpeming Fire Department is giving out a limited number of 9Volt Energizer Batteries free of charge for use in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. The 9Volt batteries will be available at the Ishpeming City Hall during regular business hours while supplies last.
Limit of 4 9Volt batteries per family. You do not have to be a resident of the city to receive the batteries.
City of Ishpeming Fire Department
September 28, 2016
MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Fall leaf collection has been scheduled for the weeks of October 24th and October 31st, 2016. All leaves must be BAGGED and should not contain any brush, limbs, or pet waste. Pick up will be curbside on Monday, October 24 and Monday, October 31. Please keep in mind that the City currently does NOT offer a spring yard waste collection so be sure to take advantage of this service in the fall!
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