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2018 Mid Year 
Housing Status

40 more Owner-Occupied Homes than last year

Median Home Price up by 3.42% 

Year-over-Year: 2018—$62,000 / 2017—$59,950

Home Sales are down by 12% 

Year-over-Year: 2018 Sales: 320 / 2017 Sales: 363

Foreclosure Sales are down by 43.9%

Year-over-Year: 2018 Sales: 29 / 2017 Sales: 66


2018 Infrastructure Projects


First Street, between Washington and Madison is currently under construction with expected completion November 2nd.

Wenona Avenue, between North Union and Hart, cold mill and resurfacing along with watermain reconstruction in a joint project with Bangor Township. Work is expected to be complete November 30th.

Trumbull Street between Center and Woodside. 
Phase 1 (October 2018 - March 2019) will consist of the removal of the west side sidewalk and trees necessary for utility relocations.  Public and private utilities are dense along this route.  Necessary relocations will take place over the winter.  Traffic will be detoured during portions of this phase.

Notable Dates:


October 9, 2018 – Last day to register to vote.

November 3, 2018 – 2:00 PM Deadline for AV Ballots to leave the Clerk’s Office.

November 5, 2018 – 4:00 PM Deadline to complete an AV Ballot in the Clerk’s Office.


 ELECTION DAY Polls are open 7:00AM to 8:00PM.


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What's Happening?


Check out the City Calendar for special events and various committee meetings.

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Recycling Spotlight
Can I recycle my Pizza Box?

PIZZA BOXES & Recycling


Pizza boxes are made from corrugated cardboard which is recyclable. However, if the cardboard becomes soiled with grease, cheese and other food residue, the soiled paper cannot be recycled. Food is a major source of contamination in paper recycling.

Here’s how to handle pizza boxes:

If your pizza box has a fluted paper liner, remove it and throw it away as it will be heavily soiled with grease and food residue. Check the lid and base of the pizza box. If either part has a significant amount of grease spots or food residue, throw away the portion that is soiled. Tear off any clean and/or fairly clean portion of the pizza box and place it in your curbside recycling bin.  

Let's Talk Snow....Snow and Ice Removal Management


Beginning the third Monday of November and running through the first week of April, a salt standby operation is put into place. They are the first response to any weather event or storm that may develop after regular working hours. The City’s snow and ice priority route is as follows:

  • Emergency vehicle routes, state highways/trunk lines, major streets and bridges
  • School routes
  • Business districts
  • Residential streets and parking lots
  • Alleys

Did you know there used to be a system of parking on the roadway (right or left side) based on odd and even days relative to snow plowing? That process is no longer in place since the adoption of the Major Snow Event Ordinance Section 102-88. 

Declaring a Major Snow Event, when six or more inches of snow is predicted, triggers the requirement that all cars parked on the roadway be moved in advance of major snow accumulations so that the plows can do their work. Restricting parking on the roadway provides clear streets for efficient plowing operations, eliminates impassable streets, avoids vehicles becoming snowed-in, and opens the way for emergency travel. 

How will the city manage the notification process?

News Media Alerts
Website
Facebook
Automated Calls via the Utility Customer Service billing accounts


Per the ordinance, failure to comply can result in ticketing and towing that could run upwards to $220. Optional parking locations have been identified and can be found on the City’s webpage on the Services tab–Snow and Ice Removal - Policies & Helpful Information. Please help us keep our streets safe and passable during the winter months.

For more information about Snow & Ice Removal check out the city’s website www.baycitymi.org. Any additional questions regarding the Snow & Ice Removal operations, please contact Public Works at 894-8312. 


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