Due to the weather, recycle collection will be delayed until tomorrow (Tuesday, January 22, 2019). There is a chance that trash collection in some areas could also be delayed. Please leave anything that is not collected today out for pick up tomorrow.
The City of Dexter participates in Washtenaw County's Urban County Program which is a consortium of Washtenaw County communities that gain access to federally funded programs. The group has made the City aware of a couple of programs that residents are able to access:
The City of Dexter is seeking five (5) community partners interested in sponsoring Dexter’s inclusion in a coffee table book about Washtenaw County communities, which is being developed by professional photographer Dale Fisher. For a sponsorship of $6,500, the sponsor will receive a professional aerial helicopter/ground photo shoot, a 2-page spread in Mr. Fisher’s book, JPEG image files, a 17” x 26” framed canvas print, and 50 copies of the book. With 5 sponsors, the Dexter community will receive 20 pages of coverage in the book.
At the January 14, 2019 meeting, the Dexter City Council approved the recruitment of up to two (2) Youth Board Representatives to: the Dexter City Council; Planning Commission; Parks and Recreation Commission; and Arts, Culture, and Heritage Committee. These positions are designed to be mutually beneficial to both the students and the Committees or Commissions on which they serve.
The City of Dexter is seeking an energetic, highly organized, and self-motivated Farmers Market Manager. The Farmers Market Manager is a paid part-time position, and will work 450 approximately hours per calendar year at $14 per hour, including during all Saturday and Tuesday Farmers Market dates. The Farmers Market is open from May through October. The successful candidate will be under the direction of the City Manager or their designee.
The ice rink is currently closed due to the weather.
Pavement markings are scheduled to be applied to Dan Hoey Road on Sunday, January 13, 2019. This work will not require a road closure, however some lanes may be closed while the paint dries. Please proceed carefully through work zones.
Recently the topic of pedestrian safety has gotten increasing coverage in the local print and online newspapers and on social media platforms. The following is a message from Mayor Keough, on behalf of the City, on this topic.