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Current City Council Members

Terry Stoneburner, Mayor 
Rocky Gillis, Mayor Pro Tem

Michael Bembas, Corey Blair, Raymond Martin, Helen Meldrum,  Jake Skarbek

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2018 Winter Taxes

Winter Taxes Due
Winter tax bills were mailed out the first week of December. If you did not receive your copy please contact the office.  

Important to Know:

  • Summer tax bills are due September 3, 2019 by 6 p.m. 
  • Winter Tax Bills are due February 14, 2020 by 6 p.m. 
  • After that date a penalty will be applied. 
  • We do not accept post marks. 
  • On March 3rd taxes are delinquent and payable to:

St. Clair County Treasurer
200 Grant River Avenue, Suite 101
Port Huron, MI  48060
St. Clair County Equalization  Dept. 

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Algonac Master Plan
Location

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.

Welcome

To combat the spread of COVID-19 in Michigan, Governor Whitmer signed the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order March 23, 2020. For at least the next three weeks, all Michigan businesses and operations must temporarily suspend in-person operations that are not necessary to sustain or protect life, and all Michiganders must stay in their homes unless they’re a part of that critical infrastructure workforce, engaged in an outdoor activity, or performing tasks necessary to the health and safety of themselves or their family, like going to the hospital or grocery store.

YOU CAN:

  • Go to the grocery store or pick up take-out food.
  • Go to the pharmacy to pick up a needed prescription.
  • Engage in outdoor activities like walking, hiking, running, biking.
  • Go to the hospital or secure any care necessary to address a medical emergency or to preserve your health or the health of a loved one.
  • Fill your car with gas.
  • Return to Michigan to a home or place of residence from outside the State.
  • Leave the State for a home or residence elsewhere.
  • Walk your pets and take them to the veterinarian for needed medical care.

YOU MAY NOT:

  • Leave the home to work unless your employer designates you as a critical infrastructure worker.
  • Participate in any public gatherings.
  • Visit someone in the hospital, nursing home, or other residential care facilities (with limited exceptions).
  • Go to the mall or to restaurants.

BUSINESSES THAT REMAIN OPEN FOR IN-PERSON WORK MUST TAKE AGGRESSIVE STEPS TO MINIMIZE THE VIRUS’S SPREAD. THEY MUST:

  • Promote remote work to the fullest extent possible.
  • Restrict the number of workers present in-person on the job.
  • Keep employees at least six feet from one another to the maximum extent possible and enabling social distancing for customers who are standing in line.
  • Any other social distancing practices and mitigation measures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control.

Information around this outbreak is changing rapidly. The latest information is available at Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/Coronavirus.   

For those who have questions about the state’s actions to mitigate the spread of coronavirus, please call the COVID-19 Hotline at 1-888-535-6136 between 8AM - 5PM daily. 

 

Planning Commission Meeting to be Held Electronically March 30, 2020
In accordance with Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-15 giving local units of government the ability to conduct public meetings through remote access technology, including conference calling, real-time streaming or other platforms, and in response to the current health crisis, this meeting will be held electronically only. 3.30.2020 PC Packet

All planning commission members and any interested public can join the meeting one of two ways:

 

Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting 3.19.20
This meeting is being held tonight. Any comments can be sent to cityclerk@cityofalgonac.org ahead of time and will be entered into the public record. 

City of Algonac COVID 19 response

  • City offices are closed to public but open via phone, drop box and online business.
  • Sick employees will stay home.
  • Surfaces will be cleaned regularly.
  • Facebook and website messaging to continue.
  • Hand sanitizer throughout offices.
  • The March 17 City Council meeting will continue as planned. The meeting will be broadcast via Facebook Live. Residents will be encouraged to comment online or email comments prior to meeting.
  • The Zoning Board of Appeals meeting will continue as planned.
  • Information Lines (non-healthcare providers):
    • State of Michigan 888-535-6163 (8 am to 5 pm)
      St. Clair Health Department 810-966-4163
      St. Clair County 810-989-6392 (general information)
      situation@stclaircounty.org
      Individuals: after-hours emergencies contact healthcare provider or call 911

Important COVID-19 Websites

 

HUD Resources/Links:

 

Childcare and School Websites:

 

Other Government Websites:

 

Business Closures/Help:

  • SBA Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to COVID-19
  • Many businesses are closing their stores and online operations temporarily. These include Urban Outfitters, Nike, REI, Patagonia, Apple, Under Armour, etc. It is recommended you check a businesses website for more information on their hours or availability.
  • Michigan orders temporary closure of all casinos and directs all dine-in restaurants and bars to close starting at 3pm March 16, 2020
  • Telecommunication: FCC launched the Keep America Connected Pledge so where telecommunication companies pledge not to terminate any service to any residential or small business customers because of inability to pay their bills due to disruptions caused by COVID-19; waive any late fees that any residential or small business customers incur because of economic circumstances related to COVID-19, and open Wi-Fi hotspots to any American who needs them. See the pledge to see a list of companies that have agreed to the pledge.

 

Non-Profit Assistance:

 

Other non-verifiable information sites:

Reddit: CoronavirusMichgian: https://www.reddit.com/r/CoronavirusMichigan/

REAL ID
Starting Oct. 1, 2020, you’ll need a REAL ID-compliant document to fly in the U.S. and enter some federal facilities per federal law. You can obtain a REAL ID-compliant driver's license or state ID from the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office. Learn more at Michigan.gov/REALID

Zoning Board of  Appeals to Meet March 19, 2020
The ZBA will hold a public hearing  to consider appeal 2020-03 regarding constructing an oversize garage. The public is welcome to come and voice their thoughts. Anyone who cannot attend the meeting can submit their comments to the city clerk at cityclerk@cityofalgonac.org or by mail to the clerk at city hall, 805 St. Clair River Drive. 3.19.2020 ZBA Packet

Sandbag FAQs
The city put together answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we hear regarding sandbag and sandbagging.  Sandbag FAQs

Flood Insurance and Insurance Coverage Information
FEMA put together some information to help coastal residents answer question regarding flood insurance, what it covers, how do you get some, when it becomes effective. The attached flyers can help guide residents in the local area. Great Lake Fact SheetFEMA's National Flood Insuranc Program FAQ.

 

SEMCO Gas Main REplacements in the City
SEMCO will be on the following streets beginning in March to replace the gas main:

  • Eckfield Street
  • Algonac Place Townhouses
  • Fruit St from State to Cemetery Rd. 
  • Smith/Stone from State St to Mill St
  • Howard St from State St. to Scout Dr. 
  • Scout Dr from Howard St. to Summer St
  • Summer St from Scout to the southeast about 1000 feet. 

Getting elected to city council
Interested parties need to submit an affidavit of identity and nominating petitions with at least 25 signatures but not more than 40 signatures to the city clerk by April 21, 2020 at 4 p.m. Late submissions cannot be accepted. Nominating packets are available at city hall. 

Pay Online now Available! 
After some technical difficulties, it's now possible to pay your water bill and winter and summer taxes online. 

Use this URL: invoicecloud.com/cityofalgonacmi. There are instructions and prompts to help you find your way around. 

 

City Adopts Budget and Fee Schedule for 2019-2020 Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2019 

At the Council meeting on June 4th council adopted the budget and fee schedule for 2019-2020 that is effective July 1, 2019.

 

City Adopts Meeting Calendar for 2019-2020 Fiscal year
The city's fiscal year starts July 1st and ends June 30th. The calendar for the new fiscal year was adopted on June 4, 2019. 
 

2019
July 2nd and 16th
August 6th and 20th
September 3rd and 17th  
October 1st and 15th
November 5th and 19th
December 3rd and 17th 
2020
Jan 7th and 21st
Feb. 4th and 18th 
March 3rd and 17th
April 7th and 21st
May 5th and 19th
June 2nd and 16th 

Adopt a Park Program
The city of Algonac's adopt a park program is ready for new volunteers. If you're interested in helping out, please fill in the application  and return to the city clerk at cityclerk@cityofalgonac.org. Someone will contact you and you can get started. 

Now is the Time to Prepare 
St. Clair County Emergency Management officials are monitoring the flooding situation and are advising residents that the time to prepare is quickly passing. In the coming weeks, the southern portions of St. Clair County will continue to see flood waters rise.