Current City Council Members

Eileen Tesch, Mayor
Michael Bembas, Mayor Pro Tem
Corey Blair, Raymond Martin, Jim Osieczonek,
Terry Stoneburner, Mark Thompson

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Lion's Pool
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Steering Wheel Park
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Water Front
2017 Summer Taxes

2017 Taxes Due
City of Algonac Residents please click on the links below. For information on 2017 City of Algonac Summer Taxes As well as the opportunity for deferment of taxes

2017 Summer Taxes Due Notice

2017 Summer Tax Deferment Form

2017 Winter Taxes Update
Winter tax bills are mailed December 1st and are due by February 14, 2018. The last day to pay these taxes in the City office is February 28. 2018. March 1st they go to the county and are no longer payable at City Hall. 


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Council Meeting Videos
Algonac Master Plan

Located in Southeast Michigan at the Southern end of  St. Clair County (www.stclaircounty.org) the City of Algonac sits on the beautiful St. Clair River.   In the most recent census, the population was 4,110 people.  It is a truly wonderful place to visit and live.


Summer Life Guards Needed
The city is accepting applications for summer lifeguards at the City's pool at Lions Field. Please send all applications to city treasurer Linda Mackie

Music in the Park Schedule Set
Summer must be close because the concert schedule is all set for the year. Now we just need the weather to cooperate. There are ten concerts all summer - five in Algonac's Riverfront Park and five in the Clay Township Park. Concerts in Algonac are June 7th and run through July 12. Concerts in Clay Township are July 19 to August 16th. 

Resolution to Allow Alcohol in Riverfront Park during Music in the Park Concerts
At the April 27th meeting, city council passed a resolution suspending the enforcement on the ban on alcohol ONLY during the music in the park concerts held on June 7, 14, 21 and July 5 and 12, 2018 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.  We've also got the county stage coming back this year. 

City Wide Clean up Day May 10th
The city is promoting a clean up day in conjunction with National Clean Your Room Day, May 10th. Residents can put out trash all week before their regular garbage day without fear of getting a blight citation.

Budget Study Session April 24, 2018
The council will convene on Tuesday, April 24 to discuss the proposed 2018-2019 budget at 6 pm. Agenda

Planning Commission Meeting April 23, 2018
The planning commission will convene on Monday, April 23, 2018 in council chambers at 7 p.m.  Agenda. Packet. Anyone with questions, can call Rocky Gillis, Planning Chair at 810-531-2416.

Calling all Candidates. 
The deadline to file for a seat on the city council is April 24, 2018. Candidates need to file an affidavit of identity and petitions with between 25 and 40 signatures of registered Algonac city voters. Voters can sign as many petitions as there are open seats. We have three open seats. If there are more than double the amount of candidates (at least 7) than there are open seats, the candidates will appear on the primary ballot in August in order to pare down the field. If six or less people file for city council seats, the race will only appear on the November ballot.  All filing papers are available from the city clerk. For more information, call the clerk's office 810.794.9361 x 215. 

May 8, 2018 Special Election 
The Algonac Community School District called a special election on May 8th for citizens to vote on a 2 mill sinking fund proposal. Sample ballots are attached. For more information regarding the proposal, contact the school district at 810.794.9364. For more information regarding the actual election, contact the city clerk Tuesday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Special Election 5.8.18_Pct. 1 Sample Ballot.pdf  Special Election 5.8.18_Pct. 2 Sample Ballot.pdf

St. Clair County Report Card Issued by County
At the state of the county address last month, St. Clair County officials released their report card on the state of the county. The community snapshot contains a lot of interesting information, average income per community, average home selling prices, population. The livability report shows increases or decreases in living conditions and quality of life, and the prosperity report shows job gains and losses, educational attainment, and income information. 

Algonac Blight Busting and Beautification Group
If you need help with blight and need some extra hands doing so because you are elderly, handicapped or disadvantaged in any way we would be happy to help!For more information click on thebelow: Algonac Blight Busting & Beautification Group

Council Meetings for Fiscal Year 2017-2018

July 18, 2017    January 3 and 16, 2018
August 1 and 15, 2017   February 6 and 20, 2018
September 5 and 19, 2017   March 6 and 20, 2018
October 3 and 17, 2017   April 3 and 17, 2018
November 7 and 21, 2017   May 1 and 15, 2018
December 5 and 19, 2017   June 5 and 19, 2018



Help Protect our shoreline

Slow No Wake

Boats under 26 feet within 200 feet of shore;
Boats over 26 feet within 600 feet of shore.