CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF AUSABLE
4420 N. US 23, AuSable, MI 48750
Township Board Meetings - Mon., Aug. 5th & 19th at 5:00pm
Planning Commission Meetings - Wednesday, Aug. 28th at 6:00pm
All Township meetings will be held in the Board Room at the above address
AuSable Township Resident
2019 has tested many home and business owners with the record high water levels. We are working to address these urgent issues within our means and authority, and as quickly as possible.
On Monday August 19 the AuSable Township Board meeting will include a presentation regarding the installation of a sewage lagoon system in AuSable Township. Additionally, the presentation will include information on running sewer lines south on US 23 to approximately 3008 US 23.
This is a huge and expensive project to coordinate and orchestrate which makes an immediate fix to the issues you may be facing impossible. But it is our goal to address it as efficiently as possible to assist you in meeting the urgent demands being faced. The first step in that process is this letter which will hopefully open the communication between all interested parties.
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to call me at the Township Hall 989-739-9169. As always you are welcome to attend the regular Board meetings to share your concerns and questions with the Board of Trustees.
AuSable Township will begin Dumpster Days on May 18th from 8:00am til Noon
at McCuaig Park. Permits are available at the township hall in the amount of
$10.00 for Single Use and $25.00 for Seasonal Use.
Residents must have a permit to be able to use this service.
Some of the items allowed are: appliances, computers, carpeting remnants,
Dumpster Days will be held May thru October
Northeast Michigan Regional Farmers Market
Location - Ausable Township Parking Lot
Open - Wednesdays, 8:00am to 1:00 pm
IS YOUR WATER BILL TOO HIGH?
You may think those little leaks in your bathroom don't amount to much, but not so. The smallest
drip can be found in your bathroom. Toilet tank leaks, almost undetectable to the naked eye, can add
$25.00 or more to your monthly bill. There are pamphlets at our office that you may pick up and test
strips for your toilet tank to check from these types of leaks. Here are some suggestions:
*Check your toilet tank at least twice a year
*Turn the water off - Don't let it run when you wash,
brush your teeth, shave or wash your car
*Water your lawn in early morning - one inch a week is good for your grass
*Take shorter showers - or a bath
*Run full loads - of dishes and clothes
*Water Plants - not the sidewalk
*Be smart - fix leaks