Charlotte Partners With Independent Bank-The Charlotte branch of Independent Bank is now processing cash-only payments for City of Charlotte water and sewer bills. “We provide a lot of options for people to pay their utility bills with checks or credit cards,” said City Clerk-Treasurer … Continue reading →
City Launches COVID-19 Information Line-The City of Charlotte has begun recording daily messages to a COVID-19 Information Line describing how the pandemic is affecting city services. These messages can be heard by calling 517-543-8842. “We have been posting updates to the City website and … Continue reading →
April Water and Sewer Bills Delayed-Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s “stay home” executive order limited work activities by City employees to those necessary to conduct minimum basic operations. In accordance with that order, water and sewer bills ordinarily mailed in early April will be delayed until early … Continue reading →
Spring Leaf And Brush Collection-The annual curbside collection of leaves and brush is tentatively scheduled to take place the first week in May. This collection could be delayed, however, if restrictions on nonessential work due to Governor Whitmer’s “stay home, stay safe” executive order … Continue reading →
Small Business Relief Grants Available-These are challenging and unpredictable times. Today the City of Charlotte, CharlotteRising, and the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce heard from the Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) and received information on the Small Business Relief Grants program. Sixty (60) $10,000 grants … Continue reading →
City Hall Briefing For March 25, 2020-Charlotte city government has a single, clear mission: To protect the public health, safety and welfare. Much of our work in recent weeks has been devoted to fulfilling that mission while doing our part to limit the spread of COVID-19 … Continue reading →
CARA Open For Trash Disposal Only-Pursuant to Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order 2020-21, the Charlotte Area Recycling Authority (CARA) center will be CLOSED FOR RECYCLING until April 13. For those that depend on CARA for trash disposal services, the center will be open during limited … Continue reading →
City Buildings Closed To The Public-Effective Monday, March 23, all Charlotte municipal buildings will be closed to the public until further notice. This action is being taken as an additional measure to limit the spread of COVID-19. City employees will be maintaining regular office hours … Continue reading →
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