Roscommon County – Iron Belle Trail
Recent NEWS about the Iron Belle Trail development in Roscommon County:
The Roscommon County Economic Development Corporation received a $30,000 “Round 3” Iron Belle Trail grant. This grant is funding a preliminary engineering study of the Iron Belle Trail route the County, which includes an evaluation of route feasibility, land acquisition/permission needs and cost estimates. Please click on the link for the proposed trail.
Roscommon County is working with OHM Advisors. The next community meeting related to the study will be held at the Roscommon County Building at 500 Lake Street, Roscommon, on Tuesday, June 26th from 6:00-7:30 pm. Contact Brenda Bachelder for more information: email@example.com or call her at 989-366-8660.
Want to be in the parade? Fill out the registration form, print it, and get it back to Jeanne Cavanaugh. Details are on the form.
Please visit the link for more information about Monday, June 11th Council Meeting at Village Hall starting at 7:00 pm.
The Village of Roscommon is asking all Village residents to participate in the Public Opinion Survey to help us update the Master Plan. Please click on the links below for the flyer and survey.
Starting May 29th through August 31st, Village Hall will operate new business hours from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Thursday. During that time, Village Hall will be closed on Fridays.
In the event of a water/sewer emergency, please call the Department of Public Works at 989-889-1328.
Please click on the link for the agenda for Tuesday, May 15th at Village Hall starting at 7:00 pm.
The scheduled May 14th Council meeting has been changed to May 15th at 7:00 pm at Village Hall. Please see link for posting.
The Department of Public Works will begin the semi-annual hydrant flushing on May 7th through May 11th starting at 8pm. Please be advised that water pressure may be affected.
The gypsy moth is the most damaging exotic species ever to be introduced to North America. The Gypsy Moth’s ability to eat more than one (1) square meter of leaf foliage during its caterpillar stage has defoliated millions of acres of trees and shrubs since being brought to the United States.
For more information, please visit the Roscommon County website.