Village of Manchester, Michigan

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Main Street Bridge
Final plans were put out to bid and approved by MDOT for construction in early summer 2015 with the project completion date set to be mid-December. With this schedule the bridge would not be starting under the ideal time frame of spring 2016 but instead [more]

Holiday Schedule
The Village Offices will be closed for the following Holidays in 2015: Good Friday: [more]

Point and Pay
The Village is now able to accept payment from residents preferring to use their credit card. Go either online, call, or stop by the office. There is a convenience fee of 3% with a minimum of $2.00 per transaction. Also, residents [more]

Leaf Collection
The Village DPW crew will begin leaf collection in the month of November. Leaves should be raked to the curbside, not into the street, and moistened to secure. Leaves that have twigs, brush or any other material mixed in will be left for the [more]

Property Taxes and Water Accounts Online
Property tax information for Village parcels as well as water/sewer utility accounts are now available to view online. Click the link and follow the prompt: Detailed assessing information [more]

You may have noticed along with the new LED lights downtown that the colorof the other streetlights in the Village are changing. The old mercury vapor lights are being changed out to high pressure sodium. This light glows with a more yellow [more]

Kirk Park Project
Kirk Park Community Project - improvements to the diamonds and the playground are planned after youth sports baseball this year using donated funds and grants. Please read document for information [more]

Red Barrel Program
Designed to reduce misuse of prescription drugs, a collection container has been installed in the lower level of the Village hall for anonymous deposit of prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, solid medicines only. No sharps [more]

Public Shared-Use Trail
Construction of phase I of the Shared Use Trail along the old railroad bed from the Raisin river east through Chi-Bro park has begun and should be complete. [more]


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