Public Notices

  • City of Negaunee Water System/Hydrant Flushing
    The City of Negaunee DPW will begin water system flushing on September 30th, 2021.  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 South end of town (South of Highway US 41) and progress

  • $466,171.00 DWAM Gant Awarded
    The City of Negaunee is excited to announce it has been awarded a grant in the amount of $466,177.00 from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) for distribution system materials inventory and asset management planning. The Negaunee City Council approved a motion to enter into a grant agreement on Thursday, August

  • Michigan Tech Abandoned Mines for Electrical Energy Storage Update
    A team of faculty and students from Michigan Technological University will be at Negaunee High School from 2-4 PM this Saturday. Since 2019, the group of engineers and scientists have been studying the potential reuse of the Mather B Mine as a facility for underground pump-hydroelectric energy storage—a system like the pump-hydro storage plant at

  • Interlocal Water Services Agreement
    The City of Negaunee and Powell Township have entered into an interlocal agreement to provide assistance to each other for the purpose of maintaining safe drinking water for their residents. Language of the agreement includes a commitment of providing safe drinking water and reducing costs and waste associated with the delivery of water to their

  • Elected Officials – Write In Candidates
    Anyone wishing to be a write-in candidate for open positions this November must follow the instructions below: Write-In Candidates Info
  • City of Negaunee Celebrates Completion of Jackson Mine Park Pavilion Project with Surprise Dedication Ceremony
    NEGAUNEE, MICH. – The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently assisted the City of Negaunee with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of construction of the Jim Thomas Pavilion. During the ribbon cutting, the City of Negaunee held a surprise dedication ceremony to dedicate the pavilion to Jim Thomas. Thomas, a native son

  • Old Town Abandoned Mines Fencing Update
    The City of Negaunee is announcing an update in its efforts to secure unfenced locations in Old Town. Due to the increased prices for materials and labor, nearly all new fencing will be installed by city crews. This decision was made after the city had received three bids that were exorbitantly higher than expected, resulting

  • Zoning Board of Appeals – Meeting Agenda – July 27, 2021
    Zoning Board of Appeals July 27, 2021 @ 6pm Senior Center Meeting Agenda   Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Public Comment New Business Orientation Manual Discussion/Feedback Public Comment General Discussion Adjournment Negaunee City is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: City of Negaunee — ZBA Meeting Time: Jul 27, 2021

  • Joint Dock Project (Funding Update)
    The City of Ishpeming, City of Negaunee, and the Rotary Club of Ishpeming are announcing a funding update to their Joint Dock Project. All three entities are working together to construct two new ADA complaint docks on both ends of Teal Lake. Both docks will be provided by EZ-Dock and will be of universal accessible

  • Cemetery Tree Removal – Request for Bids
    Sealed bids will be received by the City of Negaunee Public Works Department at City Hall located at 319 W. Case Street, Negaunee, Michigan, 49866 until 1:00pm ET on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 for Cemetery Tree Removal.  Bids will be received by the City of Negaunee and addressed to: Negaunee City Clerk, City of Negaunee,

  • Community Contributions Grants
    The City of Negaunee is pleased to announce the recipients of the Negaunee Community Contributions Grants 2021; Negaunee Historical Society, ($750), which will be using their funds to upgrade and improve restroom facilities at the museum and the Negaunee Irontown Association, ($750), which will use their funds to support Pioneer Day activities and programs. The

  • Public Hearing – McKenzie Hill/Furnace Rd Resolution – July 15
    A Public Hearing of the Negaunee City Council will be held on Thursday July 15, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. at the Negaunee Senior Center, 410 Jackson St. (Tobin St entrance) to secure citizen input regarding using a portion of Furnace Road as non-motorized only. Information and Map can be found here.
  • Phase one of the City of Negaunee IOHT Lighting Enhancement Project
    The City Negaunee is announcing that it will be moving forward with phase one of the City of Negaunee IOHT Lighting Enhancement Project. The project is expected to begin this summer and be completed mid-September to early October 2021. The project includes the installation of 3000 feet of underground electrical conduit and thirteen new light

  • City of Negaunee Street Maintenance Projects 2021
    The City of Negaunee is announcing its 2021 street maintenance projects. According to City Manager Nate Heffron, this years’ projects will be smaller than normal. Heffron reports that the City Council will soon be reviewing a major water and sewer project that is slated to begin next year. This project will result in water and

  • PSA – Nominating petitions for City Council and Board of Review
    Nominating petitions are available at the City Clerk’s Office for the following offices to be elected on Tuesday, November 2, 2021.  Please contact the City Clerk at 475-7700 ext 15 or by email at to request Nominating Petitions as City Hall continues to be closed due to COVID-19. Three (3) non-partisan vacancies on the