Public Notices

  • Collapsed building – 324 Iron St
    The City of Negaunee would like to inform its residents of an unsafe situation in the downtown area.  During the evening hours of Thursday 5/16/19, the roof collapsed on the Kirkwood Building (324 Iron Street). After the collapse, the Negaunee Public Works Department barricaded the area in front and back of the building.  The barricading

  • Special Meeting May 20
    Special Meeting May 20, 2019. Agenda Special Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint
  • Online payments and billing update
    We have updated our online payment processing. MyAccount will allow residents more insight into their account and a streamlined process for paying your bill. Check out our Billing Page for more information. We will have more info in your June utility bills regarding MyAccount and e-billing. Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint
  • Negaunee City Compost Site
    Negaunee City Manager Nate Heffron is announcing that the Negaunee Compost Site days of operation and hours will be limited due to misuse of the facility. “Several individuals have illegally dumped trash, furniture, and other debris at the compost site, forcing us to take a more hands-on approach in managing this facility”, Heffron said. According

  • Community Contributions Grant
    City Manger Nate Heffron is pleased to announce the Negaunee’s Community Contributions Grants program for 2019. Starting April 29, 2019, until May 20, 2019, the city will be accepting applications for this program. Qualifications for this program include the following: must be non-profit organization within the city limits of Negaunee, funds must be expended to

  • Senior Citizen’s Spring Cleanup
    The City of Negaunee will have a Spring Cleanup for Senior Citizen’s Only on Tuesday June 4th, and Tuesday June11th for compostable items and large metal items.  Senior Citizen’s can call Great American Disposal at 906-221-2725.  To be on the schedule for pickup you must call on May 30th or 31st.  GAD will not be

  • Advertisement for Bids – Jackson Mine Pavilion Park Project
    NOTICE: The City of Negaunee hereby gives notice that separate sealed bids will be received for the Negaunee Jackson Mine Park IOHT Trailhead and Pavilion project. Work of this contract entails construction of a pavilion with restrooms, a storage area and utility room, site improvements and site restoration. Bids will be received at the City

  • Accepting bids – Removal/disposal of the voters registration building.
    City of Negaunee Removal/Disposal of the Voters registration Building Located at 223 West Case Street, Negaunee, Mi. 49866 The City of Negaunee is accepting Bids for the removal/disposal on the above stated building, the dimensions of the structure are 20’5” wide by 30’4” in length and is a wood framed building with a raised wood

  • Press Release – Sale of Former Negaunee Waste Water Treatment Plant
    April 26, 2019 (For Immediate Release) PRESS RELEASE RE: Former Negaunee Waste Water Treatment Plant Negaunee City Manager Nate Heffron is announcing the sale of the former Negaunee Waste Water Treatment Plant. The plant consists of 12-acre property with a combination of buildings and waste water digesters. The council gave Heffron the authority to auction

  • Press Release – Land use Agreement with the Upper Peninsula Community Rowing Club, Inc.
    April 25, 2018 (For Immediate Release) JOINT PRESS RELEASE RE: Land use Agreement with the Upper Peninsula Community Rowing Club, Inc.   The City of Negaunee and U.P. Rowing are pleased to announce that both entities have entered into a land use agreement. The two-year agreement allows for the rowing club to access part of

  • Let Run Cancellation
    The City of Negaunee has issued a Let Run Cancellation.  Any resident who was on a Let Run Order to prevent freeze ups are instructed to stop their Let Run and go back to normal usage as soon as possible.  Normal billing will go into effect May 1, 2019. Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint
  • PUBLIC NOTICE – #1040 Sewer Ordinance and #1042 Water Ordinance ENACTMENT
    The City of Negaunee at its April 11, 2019 Regular Council Meeting held a public hearing and 2nd reading of the Sewer Ordinance #1040 and Water Ordinance #1042. These ordinances will become effective April 20th, 2019.  These ordinances can be viewed below.    And in the City’s Library and City Manager’s Office, 319 W. Case St.,

  • Underground Pumped Storage Hydro (UPSH) Energy Systems: A Community Conversation about Adaptive Reuse of Abandoned Mine Sites for Energy Storage in Negaunee
    Tuesday May 7th, 7pm Negaunee Senior Center One of the biggest challenges to creating a more secure, reliable, sustainable, and resilient electrical energy system from renewable energy resources is that the wind doesn’t blow and the sun doesn’t shine all the time. To be practical, the energy produced from these systems needs to be stored

  • Accepting Bids – Public Works Warehouse Roof Replacement
    The City of Negaunee is accepting bids for roof replacement at the Department of Public Works. The bids are due before 2pm on May 2nd. Below are the bid documents. Specifications Roof Plan Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint
    The City of Negaunee is accepting proposal from consultants for management and administrative services required by the City of Negaunee for the preparation of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program and subsequent administration/implementation of that program if funded by the state.  The project for which funds will be requested consists of $650,961.00. Read the