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Fall Clean-up Day - September 12

VALLEY TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS ANNUAL FALL CLEAN UP DAY IS SET. PLEASE MARK YOU CALENDARS FOR SEPTEMBER 12.

SEPTEMBER 12th 9:00 - 5:00
4726 118th Ave
Approx. 1 mile west of DNR office, Round Lake area - south side of
road.
Not accepted: Paint cans, yard waste, old cabinet t.v.s, burn barrels,household garbage.
Accepted: Refrigerators, stoves, washers, mattresses, small appliances, old furniture and unwanted household items, limit of 2 tires (must be on rims)


 

2020 Voter Information:
Check registration, request Absentee ballot, find your polling place, candidate links
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/

Primary Election is August 4, 2020
General Election is November 3, 2020
7:00 am to 8:00 pm

 

FACT CHECK - UNFOUNDED CLAIMS ABOUT VOTING BY MAIL

Fraud Safeguards are working


COVID-19

All individuals should continue to take the following basic personal-hygiene measures to prevent the spread of the virus:
• when social distancing is not an option, wear a mask in public ;
• wash your hands often with soap and water or use hand sanitizer;
• avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands;
• cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing;
• avoid handshakes;
• avoid contact with people who are sick; and
• stay home when you are sick.

Township Office and Board Meeting Policy on Covid19
Masks are encouraged.
If you've been in contact with someone who is positive, or if you have any symptoms, please conduct your township business by phone, fax, or email (as listed to the right). Thank you.

Individuals and families at home:

What to do if you think you have Coronavirus symptoms explained in a short video.


1. Learn about the signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms include fever, cough, and
difficulty breathing.
2. If you have respiratory symptoms, STAY HOME WHEN YOU ARE SICK. Call your
health care provider’s office in advance of your visit.
3. Regularly clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, like doorknobs, keyboards,
cell phones, and light switches.
4. Communicate and reinforce best practices for washing hands and covering coughs and
sneezes.
5. Be prepared if there is COVID-19 in your household or a disruption of daily activities in
your community. For example, maintain a supply of medications, food, and other
essentials in your house. Consider alternative shopping options such as curbside
pickups or online deliveries.
6. Access services as much as possible online or by phone.

Individuals at risk of severe illness:
These individuals include, but are not limited to, older adults and persons of any age with
underlying medical conditions, such as persons with a blood disorder (e.g., sickle cell
disease or a disorder being treated with blood thinners), an endocrine disorder (e.g.,
diabetes mellitus), or a metabolic disorder (such as inborn error of metabolism); those with
heart disease, lung disease (including asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease),
chronic kidney disease, or chronic liver disease; those with a compromised immune system
(e.g., those who are receiving treatments such as radiation or chemotherapy, who have
received an organ or bone marrow transplant, who are taking high doses of
immunosuppressant, or who have HIV or AIDS); those who are currently pregnant or were
pregnant in the last two weeks; and those with neurological or neurologic and
neurodevelopment conditions.

How to Prevent the spread
Guidance for Schools, Businesses, and Non-Profits


 

WASTE SERVICES ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Update July 1 2020:
So far we have come up short of the 250 residents needed to start the 96 gallon cart recycling. We have reached out to Republic and asked how to handle this. They have given us more time to get the 250 needed recycling customers and, in the meantime, we can still use the yellow bag method of recycling. If you are unable to get bags from Republic, we have a supply here at the township. Please feel free to stop in and get a roll during business hours Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 3 pm.

PAYMENTS: ANY PREPAID AMOUNTS WILL BE PRO-RATED AND ANY BALANCE WILL BE BILLED OR CREDITED ON THE FIRST BILL

FEE SCHEDULE: WASTE 96-GALLON CART, $13.18 PER MONTH, WEEKLY PICKUP, BILLED QUARTERLY
RECYCLING 96-GALLON CART PICK-UP ONCE PER MONTH - $4.25 PER MONTH

WE WILL NEED AT LEAST 250 RESIDENCES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE RECYCLING BEFORE IT WILL BEGIN. ONCE THIS NUMBER HAS BEEN REACHED, REPUBLIC WILL START MAKING CALLS TO VERIFY AND SET UP DELIVERY OF THE RECYCLING CARTS..

RECYCLING FLYER

Please see the flyer indicating which materials are accepted, not accepted


 

New Driver's Licenses:

It’s time to get REAL
A message from Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson


Echo Point Shooting Range Issues:

The township is working towards a solution to the increased noise issues generated by the remodeled shooting range. If you have any issues with the noise or any other issues with the shooting range, please call the DNR hotline and leave your complaint via voice or text: 800-292-7800.

Together, we can work towards a comprimise with the DNR to reduce the increased volume coming from the shooting range.


Department Staff Phone numbers-Easy Access

Then choose the department desired for the contact information


 

Short-Term Rental Issues:

The Planning Commission will be discussing the issues relating to Short-Term Rentals in the Township. Current zoning does not allow Short-term rentals in a residential district. The Planning Commission meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm.


New Videos to help Protect Michigan's Shorelines

The state Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy has created a series of new videos to promote the Michigan Shoreland Stewards Program to help residents who live along a shoreland (lakes and streams) protect the environment of their home and water quality. Currently, there are five videos available on such topics as shoreline zone, buffer zone, lake zone and others.

Watch Videos


Newsletters

 


 

PROPER DISPOSAL OF UNNEEDED MEDICATIONS

Click here for Brochure


Trouble with your Cable Provider?

UNIFORM VIDEO SERVICES LOCAL FRANCHISE ACT

This is a link to the DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESS which allows customers who are unable to resolve their video/cable televison complaints with their provider to file a complaint with the MPSC (Michigan Public Service Commission).


Links to "How To" Building Videos

A starting point in your project. See what's involved before you begin.

Call 811 before you dig.

Attention Homeowners and Roofers:

STRUCTURAL RE-ROOFING YOUR HOUSE REQUIRES A BUILDING PERMIT. Replacing shingles only does not require a permit.
LINK TO PERMITS


Burn Permit: 269-686-5222


 

BEFORE YOU DIG VIDEOS WITH JOHN RATZENBERGER (CLIFF FROM CHEERS)


 

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The Importance of Getting a Permit (building, mechanical, electrical, plumbing)

Board Members 2012-2016 - Photos


Allegan County History

Do you want to know more about the history of our area? Check out this link:
Allegan County History


 

Building and Electrical Permits

Valley Township now issues Building permits, Electrical permits, and inspections for the township
Link to permit applications


Meetings

2020 Meeting Schedule


 

Notary Services

The Clerk's office provides Notary services to residents free of charge.

Notary FAQs

 

 


Last Update: August 4, 2020 2:30 PM - ©Valley Township, Allegan County, Michigan, USA