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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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.


Clerical Position Now Posted
The city of Algonac is looking for interested parties to apply for the open clerical position. The job is full-time and job description covers a wide variety of clerical duties. Applications are being accepted until the position is filled

Algonac Community Schools Parent Voter Registration Drive
For those of you attending parent teacher conferences this week, please be aware there will be voter registration drive going on at the same time.  Starting Wednesday, November 15 at 1:30 p.m. parents will be able to register to vote while attending their child's conference. Both elementary schools have a table set up along with the necessary forms. If you're not sure you're registered, err on the side of caution and register again. We'll catch it if you are. 

Holiday Happenings are Starting to Happen
The City is planning its annual Santa parade with the tree lighting and the antique tractor hayrides. The parade is December 6th at 6 p.m. If you haven't figured out what you're putting the parade, this year, now's the time. Download the parade application and mull it over. The new feature this year is a home decorating contest. In an effort to make it more fun and memorable for everyone, we're hoping with a little incentive, the home owners who live on the hayride route will decorate their homes for the event. The best decorated house will win the $50 gift card prize.

Call for Applications
The planning commission is looking for interested citizens to fill its empty seat. The planning commission is required to meet at least four times a year and when it does, it's usually on the first M
onday of the month. If appointed, the term would start immediately and end in July of 2018.  Applications, when submitted are considered active for a year. 

Planning Commission Public Hearing November 16th
The packet is posted for this meeting taking place on Thursday, November 16th. The planning commission is considering a rezoning request submitted by Dan Cortis Development 
to rezone property located at Mill Street between Golfview and State streets from R1 to R2 for a single family residential subdivision. R1 districts allow for 3.4 dwelling units per acre, R2 districts allow for 4.5 dwelling units per acre. 

MEAP Grants to help low-income residents pay energy bills announced
The Michigan Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) has ten service agencies in Michigan that will share $45.5 million in grants that will be distributed to low-income consumers who fall behind on paying their energy bills this winter.  The grant recipients that serve our area and how much they received are: 

  • Michigan Community Action Agency Associations: $5 million statewide
  • Society of St. Vincent de Paul of the Archdiocese of Detroit; $2.41 million throughout 39 counties
  • The Heat and Warmth Fund: $5.578 million statewide
  • The Salvation Army: $9 million statewide
  • TrueNorth Community Services: $11 million, statewide

Residents who need assistance with energy services should contact the grantee that serves their area, call 2-1-1- or go to mi211.org for information. The assistance will help eligible recipients meet home energy costs for their primary residence to prevent future crisis situations through payment or partial payment of one or more bills for electric, natural gas, propane, heating oil, or any other deliverable fuel used to provide heat. The program also includes services that will enable participants to become or work toward becoming self sufficient including helping participants to pay their energy bills on time, budgeting for and contributing to their ability to provide for energy expenses and using energy services to optimize energy savings.  For more information, visit www.michigan.gov/energy.

2017 Leaf Removal Schedule 
It's almost that time of year. The leaf removal schedule is here. Leaves are to be raked to the edge of the street. Where there are ditches, the leaves need to be raked out to the street edge of the ditch only and free from any debris. All residents are responsible to ensure vehicles are not obstructing the leaf pick-up process. 

Leaf collection Zone 1 is all street north of Smith Street. Leaf Collection Zone 2 is all streets south of and including Smith St.

Zone 1  Zone 2
 Oct 16-Oct 20  Oct 23- Oct 27
 Oct 30 -Nov 3  Nov 6 - Nov 10
 Nov 13-Nov 17  Nov 20 - Nov 24
 Nov 27 - Dec 1  Dec 4-8 





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 the link below:
Algonac Blight Busting & Beautification Group



July 18, 2017    January 2 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;
Board over 26 feet within 600 feet of shore.