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FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTES
ON SALE: 911 emergency address signs. For a limited time the Fire Department is selling the green and white reflective address signs for only $10.00 each. Call 866-0622 to order.
FIRE DEPARTMENT NEWS
As of October 1st, Fire Chief Mickey Davis has become full-time Chief of the Courtland Fire Department. He now spends mornings at Station #2 on Myers Lake Ave. and afternoons at Station #1 on 14 Mile Rd.
On October 31st Courtland firefighters hosted their third annual Halloween party at Station #2 for approximately 150 neighborhood parents and children.
Our third emergency warning siren was installed in October on Myers Lake Ave. just north of 15 Mile Rd. When an alert such as a tornado warning is issued by the National Weather Service, Kent County dispatch activates all emergency sirens in the county. At this time dispatch is not able to activate sirens in specific areas only.
Note: During power outages or other weather-related emergencies, water will be available at both fire stations. Please bring your own containers.
Our 4th Annual Coats for Charitydrive begins December 1st. Please bring your gently used coats to Fire Station #1 or the Township Hall, and we will donate them to a local charity.
Christmas treesmay be dropped off behind Fire Station #1 (14 Mile Rd.), on the south side of the driveway, through January 31st. Please remove all ornaments, tinsel and plastic bags.
Mickey Davis, Chief
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.
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!
The purpose of this survey is to gain a better understanding of the transportation issues and needs of residents and businesses in the Greater Greenville Area. The study area includes the following communities: Montcalm County’s City of Greenville and the townships of Montcalm, Fairplain, and Eureka Township; Ionia County’s City of Belding and Otisco Township; and Kent County’s townships of Algoma, Courtland, and Oakfield.
Click here to print off the survey and mail to the Township Hall (7450 14 Mile Rd., Rockford MI 49341)
TOWNSHIP PARK - COURTLAND TOWNSHIP PARK RULES & PERMIT
CEDAR SPRINGS PARKS AND RECREATION
Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)
CEMETERY NOTES - Cemetery Ordinance
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