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Fire Department News

Courtland Township is soliciting sealed proposals for the Fire Station No. 1 Building Addition project. Click here for details.

Fire Department Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

Halfway Restaurant
10792 14 Mile Rd NE
Rockford MI 49341
5 pm - 8 pm
Phone: (616) 754-9084

Spring Cleanup - May 20-21

May 20 and 21, 2016

Dumpsters will be available at the Township Hall for Spring cleanup on May 20 from 11AM-5PM and May 21 from 9AM to 2PM.

Items accepted include: batteries, mattresses, tires if cut up into 3 or more pieces, paint (only if solidified). Appliances must have freon removed.

More information is available here. Contact the Township hall for additional information.

Household Hazardous Waste

Kent County accepts household hazardous waste at the North Kent Transfer Station, 2908 10 Mile Rd., Rockford. Types of items accepted include weed killer, fertilizer, charcoal lighter fluid, rodent and bug poison, oil-based paint and stain, paint thinner, antifreeze, motor oil, household batteries, fluorescent light bulbs and fire extinguishers. Make a list of the items you want to dispose of and call (616) 336-2570 for an appointment.

Recycling

Free recycling of glass and metal food containers, newspapers, magazines, paperboard, computer paper, junk mail, corrugated cardboard, plastic containers stamped 1-7, and plastic grocery bags stamped 2 or 4 only is also available at the North Kent Transfer Station, Monday thru Saturday 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Remember: If it’s not clean, it’s not recyclable!

Township Parks

COURTLAND TOWNSHIP PARK RULES & PERMIT

Walking path, ball field, and picnic shelter are available for your use. Call to reserve for large groups

CEDAR SPRINGS PARKS AND RECREATION

The Cedar Springs Area Parks and Recreation Department serves the communities of Algoma, Courtland, Nelson and Solon Townships as well as the City of Cedar Springs and the Cedar Springs Public School District. The department offers programs for residents of all ages. Program offerings include ZUMBA, yoga, cardio kickboxing, Tae Kwon Do, open basketball and volleyball for adults, youth dance and tumbling classes, art classes, Spanish instruction, computer classes, sports camps, enrichment camps, senior luncheons, concerts in the park, bus trips and more. We are always looking for ideas for new programs and are interested in your thoughts. If you are interested in teaching a class or want us to investigate the potential for a program, please email the director at director@csaparksandrec.com. For more information and schedules, plus printable registration forms go to our website www.csaparksandrec.com or call 696-7320 during our hours on Monday-Wednesday.

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)

Michigan rivers and tributaries stretch across hundreds of square miles in Michigan, including highlands and lowlands. The rivers carry rain and snowmelt runoff, or stormwater runoff, into inland lakes and the Great Lakes. The quantity of stormwater entering our rivers, lakes, and streams along with the pollutants it carries can degrade aquatic habitat and water quality. We can all take simple steps to reduce stormwater pollution. After all, the cheapest way to stop pollution is at the source. Click here for more information...

Cemetery Notes

Cemetery Ordinance

It has come to our attention that there are a number of cemetery lots marked “hold” in our records that have not been paid for. If you believe that you have placed a hold on one or more lots please contact the township offices as soon as possible to make arrangements to either purchase the lots or release them. The lot price is $150 for township residents and $250 for non-residents. We will hold lots for no longer than 60 days. Also, the township will buy back unwanted lots at the original purchase price. Proof of lot ownership (burial grant certificate) is required.