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September 19, 2019Meeting in regular session, Monday, September 16, 2019 City Council heard a presentation and discussed the City's proposed 2020-2025 Capital Improvement Plan.
September 19, 2019Meeting in regular session, Tuesday, September 17, 2019 the Downtown Management Board approved the 2020 Downtown Programs and Services and Parking Fund budgets.
September 13, 2019
Department of Public Works crews have begun fire hydrant flushing and maintenance procedures at various locations throughout the City. Flushing will be accomplished only during daylight hours. Please look for posted signs for hydrant flushing in your area.
September 06, 2019
Petoskey community launches "Livable Petoskey." Preservation of natural resources, efforts to build the local economy, and management of climate variability impacts are all necessary to continue our region’s high quality of life. As part of the master plan update process, these issues will be discussed.
August 26, 2019The City and partners working on the Lake Street Dam project are seeking public input on engineering alternatives for the dam. The goal of the project is to conduct an engineering alternatives study for the dam that will consider the ecological impacts to the River and the Bay under the following scenarios: complete dam removal, partial dam removal, modification of the dam and no action.Please click here to take the survey.
August 20, 2019The proposed (CIP) for the City of Petoskey was reviewed by City Council on September 16, 2019 with possible approval at the October 7, 2019 Council meeting. This document serves as an instrument to identify needs and financing sources for public infrastructure improvements. It also informs city residents how the City plans to address significant capital needs over the next six years.
August 02, 2019City Council will conduct second readings on two ordinances October 7, 2019 concerning zoning and licensing for Medical Marijuana Provisioning Facilities. Areas shaded in blue on the draft map would allow Medical Marijuana Provisioning Facilities subject to zoning and licensing ordinance provisions including a 500-foot buffer between facilities, 1,000-foot buffer from K-12 schools and no more than 3 provisioning centers City-wide. The draft map is not to scale and is for discussion purposes only until ordinances are adopted by City Council.
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