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Posted on: March 23, 2020

[ARCHIVED] City to Close Non-Essential Services Through April 13

March 23, 2020 – In accordance with the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order 2020-21 issued by Governor Gretchen Whitmer, the City of Midland has closed all City buildings and facilities and suspended all non-essential services through Monday, April 13.

Effective Tuesday, March 24 through Monday, April 13, 2020, the following service changes will be implemented:

  • The Sanitary Landfill will be closed to residential customers. Commercial customers may access the Landfill Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. It will be closed on Saturdays.
  • The start date for spring yard waste collection is postponed through Monday, April 13.
  • Monthly brush collection is suspended through Monday, April 13.
  • The Grace A. Dow Memorial Library’s temporary curbside materials pick-up service has been eliminated. Patrons can continue to renew items online and drop off items via the Library’s drop box.
  • Dial-A-Ride Transportation will operate normal phone and bus service hours to provide rides for essential travel only.
  • Water service installations are postponed through Monday, April 13.
  • The terminal building of the Jack Barstow Airport is closed. Pilots may continue to access hangars and purchase fuel as needed.
  • Building permits and inspection services will be limited to emergency needs only.
  • At this time, public meetings of the Midland City Council and City boards, commissions, and committees will be evaluated on a meeting-by-meeting basis to assess their need to meet and take action on matters of significant importance.

In addition to these new closures, the following previously-announced closures and service changes will remain in effect:

  • Midland City Hall, Municipal Service Center, Water Treatment Plant, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Law Enforcement Center, Grace A. Dow Memorial Library, Midland Civic Arena, and all Midland Fire Department stations will remain closed to the public.
  • Rental certification inspections through the Building Department are postponed.
  • Visitors to Washington Woods and Riverside Place senior housing complexes are limited to essential care providers only.

During the closure, most non-essential City staff will be working remotely and responding to residents’ requests by phone and email to the best of their ability in line with the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order. Residents are encouraged to conduct business with City staff via email or phone or on the City’s website, www.cityofmidlandmi.gov. To contact a City staff member or department by phone, residents can call the City Hall switchboard at 989-837-3300.

City refuse collection and monthly heavy item collection (no brush) will continue as scheduled. Please have items placed at the curb by 7:30 a.m. on your scheduled day to receive collection.

Water and sewer bill payments will still be accepted during the closure. Residents can pay their bills online at www.cityofmidlandmi.gov/pay or submit payment by cash or check via the City’s secure drop box located inside the main doors of City Hall, 333 W. Ellsworth Street.

The City will continue to monitor public health information regarding COVID-19 and will reassess and alter its response as needed.

For the latest updates and information regarding the statewide response to COVID-19, please visit www.michigan.gov/coronavirus.

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