Jefferson Road Bridge UPDATE
Jefferson Road Bridge will be open to traffic the night of December 6, 2019!!
Oath of OfficeFive new Firefighter candidates took the Oath of Office at the Monday, December 3, 2019 Board of Trustees Meeting.
Treasurer's Office Extended Hours
On December 27, 2019, the Treasurer's Office will be open for business from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- There are no alerts at this time.
Macomb County Department of Roads (MCDR) has begun construction on the Salt River Bridge Replacement project. Read on...
GFL's last day for curbside compost pickup for the season will be on Friday, December 13, 2019. Read on...
Are you looking for a new Garbage, Recycling, or Compost Cart? Carts can now be purchased directly from Chesterfield Township in our NEW Residential Cart Program! Read on...
ANCHOR BAY WATER LEVELS
SANDBAGS and SAND AVAILABLE
Weekday Hours: Monday - Friday
Sandbags are available at the following locations:
*Department of Public Works Facility (52216 Sierra Drive)
Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 4:30PM
*Fire Hall 3 (33991 23 Mile Rd., at 23 Mile and Baker Intersection)
Monday - Friday 4:30PM - 9:00PM
Weekend Hours: Saturday and Sunday
Sandbags will be available at Fire Hall 3 (33991 23 Mile Rd., at 23 Mile and Baker Intersection) from 8:00AM - 9:00PM. Sandbags may be temporary unavailable if the fire department is on a call.
Sandbags can be filled at the following locations:
*DPW (52216 Sierra Drive)
*Behind Fire Hall 2 (48475 Jefferson)
*Brandenburg Park (50050 Jefferson) Must show sandbags to get into park for free
Residents must come into the DPW and Fire Hall 3 and fill out the spreadsheet to collect sandbags and show ID
* 100 sandbags per visit, please
* Bring a shovel
With the rising levels of water in the springtime, it is recommend to keep the sandbags in place over the winter. If you would like to dispose of your filled sandbags, residents can return filled sandbags to the DPW (52216 Sierra Drive) at anytime on the pallets placed in the sandbagging operation area.
Before the waters rise…..Prepare! Move all items on the lowest level off the floor and up above the potential water depth. (2-3 feet) Video record or photograph your home and the contents for a possible insurance claim. Contact your insurance agent and ask about flooding. Un-plug electrical appliances not being used in the low areas. Obtain and fill sandbags.