Wipes may be labeled “flushable,” but they don’t degrade. Flushing them is like flushing a handkerchief. Our sewer system and treatment plant were not designed to handle wipes. They gum up the system, clog pipes and pumps, and cost taxpayer’s additional maintenance costs. Homeowners may have expensive maintenance issues at home if you flush them…. Read More »
The Village Council is investigating the idea of becoming a City. A nine-member “Citizens Advisory Committee” has been formed and they have met to begin developing a report. They will continue to meet at 7pm in Village Council Chambers on the following dates: April 2nd and 23rd; May 7th and 21st; and June 4th and 18th. The meeting… Read More »
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has begun a statewide initiative to test drinking water from all public water supplies. The test is looking for a group of man made chemicals called per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). MDEQ is taking this precautionary step of testing these drinking water sources to determine if public health actions… Read More »
Manchester Township is seeking public input regarding the recommendations of a Trail Feasibility Study. A proposed trail connecting Watkins Lake State Park and County Preserve with the Village of Manchester would utilize the right-of-way along the south side of Austin Road. The study details the different trail alignment alternatives as well as potential financing and… Read More »
The Village now offers the option to set up ACH Direct Payment from customer’s bank accounts for the monthly water/sewer bills. This service is free of charge and also allows the option for paperless billing. Complete the form below and return to the Village offices or you may email – email@example.com or fax (734)428-1877. If… Read More »
The Village of Manchester is currently accepting applications for school crossing guards. Crossing guards must be at least 18 years of age, dependable and enjoy working with children.
A reminder that opening burning is prohibited in the Village or within 1400 ft of the Village limit. Sec 91.01 states no person shall start or maintain any fire intended to burn rubbish, garbage or other refuse; to dispose of leaves
http://manchestervillage.is.bsasoftware.com/ There is a convenience fee of 3% with a minimum of $2.00 per transaction or a flat $3.00 fee for using bank account information.