Public Notices

  • PRESS RELEASE – Construction of Jackson Mine Park Pavilion Project
    The City of Negaunee is announcing that it will be moving forward with its planned Jackson Mine Park Pavilion Project. After the City Council voted unanimously to approve a resolution accepting a $291K grant from the Michigan DNR Trust Fund. The project planning began with the Negaunee Parks and Recreation Committee establishing a pavilion sub-committee

  • NOTICE – Croix Street Construction
    Croix Street Residents – The City of Negaunee is in the process of finalizing the work plans for the 2018 construction season. The Croix Street project was awarded on June 11th by MDOT to Hebert Construction.  The City would like to make you aware of this upcoming work so you can plan accordingly. At this

  • NOTICE – Water Main Replacement Birch Street
    For Birch Street Residents – The City of Negaunee will be replacing the Water main on Birch Street from Baldwin Ave. to Hungerford Ave. The contract was awarded on June 14th to Associated Constructors. The Contractor may start moving equipment and signage to the job site starting Monday, June 18th, 2018. The work will involve

  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Hydrant Flushing
    6/11/2018 City of Negaunee Water System/Hydrant Flushing The City of Negaunee DPW will begin water system flushing.  Flushing will generally occur between the hours of 7 am and 3 pm and will take up to four weeks to flush the entire system. Flushing will begin on the West end of town (along US41 to Teal

  • Board of Review Meeting Schedule – 2018
    As required by the State of Michigan Law: The City of Negaunee Board of Review will meet in the Michigan Room of the Negaunee City Hall, 319 W. Cast St., Negaunee, MI.  49866 on the following dates and times: July 17, 2018 @ 11 am December 11, 2018 @ 11 am   Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint
  • Re: Flushable Materials & Clogged Sewer Pipes
    Dear Negaunee Resident, Recently, the City’s sanitary pump stations that service your neighborhood have struggled or clogged due to excessive non-flushable  paper material in the sewers. These materials include; wipes, Swiffers, paper towels, and other personal hygiene products. Even though many products claim to be “flushable”, they have caused serious problems in our public sanitary

  • Board Vacancy – Library Advisory Board
    The Negaunee Public Library is seeking a resident to fill its vacancy on the Library Advisory Board. Interested candidates may fill out a board application. Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint
  • Public Service Announcement – Nominating Petitions
    Nominating petitions are available at the City Clerk’s Office for the following offices to be elected on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Three (3) non-partisan vacancies on the City Council for a 3-year term. One (1) non-partisan vacancy on the City Council for one (1) unexpired term ending November 30, 2020 Two (2) non-partisan vacancies on

  • PRESS RELEASE – Croix Street Project 2018
    City Manager Nate Heffron is pleased to announce that the City of Negaunee has secured a $629,743.00 grant from the Michigan Department of Transportation. The grant funding is issued through United States Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration The purpose of the grant is to reconstruct Croix Street from Baldwin Avenue to Highway US-41 (please

  • 4/11/18 – PRESS RELEASE – Creation of a Special Committee on Cultural and Historical Preservation
    City Manager Nate Heffron has issued a City Manger Directive 2-2018 (Directive Attachment Here). This directive establishes the creation of a special committee that will research and present advice on issues concerning the preservation of Negaunee’s culture and history. The committee will be known as the Special Committee on Cultural and Historical Preservation. This committee

  • Press Release – National Register of Historic Places Historic District for the City of Negaunee
    The Department of Talent and Economic Development has approved funding for technical assistance to the City of Negaunee for the pursuit of a National Register of Historic Places Historic District Designation. Technical assistance will also include education for community members and city staff on historic preservation as a tool for economic development. In addition, the

  • Request for Bids – 2018 Zero Turn Commercial Riding Lawnmower
    The City of Negaunee will be accepting bids on a 2018 Zero Turn Commercial Riding Lawnmower.  Bids Specs and instruction can be found HERE Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint
  • Press Release – RE: Appointments to the Special Advisory Committee on Blight Resolution.
    RE: Appointments to the Special Advisory Committee on Blight Resolution.   City Manager Nate Heffron has appointed three individuals to fill three vacant seats on the newly formed Special Advisory Committee on Blight Resolution for the City of Negaunee.  The following individuals have been appointed: Rhonda Gravedoni- Dana LaLonde Lori Lancaster A press rerelease will

  • Help Wanted – Seasonal Workers
    The City of Negaunee is currently accepting applications for seasonal workers at the Negaunee City Cemetery for the summer. For applications click HERE. Applications can be mailed to: City of Negaunee, PO Box 70, Negaunee MI. 49866 or dropped off at Negaunee City Hall. Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint
  • Press Release – Historic District for the City of Negaunee
    PRESS RELEASE RE: National Register of Historic Places Historic District for the City of Negaunee The City Council approved a resolution Thursday evening allowing City Manager Nate Heffron to engage with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) for the purpose of researching the necessary steps in order to obtain a National Register of Historic Places