The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office is offering boating safety classes. For more information visit - http://www.ewashtenaw.org/government/sheriff/services/Prevention%20Services/boat-safety
Today (February 28, 2017) is the last day to make real property tax payments directly to the City. Payments can be made online using the link below, dropped off to 8123 Main Street (2nd floor of the PNC Bank) until 5 pm or placed in the drop box next to the Sheriff's Office door at 8140 Main Street.
Please do your part to keep the City of Dexter walkable all year round.
Residents: Sidewalks must be cleared of snow and ice within 48 hours of snow cessation.
Business owners: Sidewalks must be cleared of snow and ice within 4 hours of snow cessation or by the start of your business day.
Advisory: Larceny from Autos to unlocked vehicles occurred in Dexter Crossing, Huron Farms, and West Ridge Subdivisions.
Join the Huron Clinton Metropolitan Authority (HCMA) for two upcoming meetings. Attendees may contribute their own input on planning and land management in the Metroparks for the new year and beyond. Both meetings will be held Saturday, January 21, 2017 at the Hudson Mills Activity Center. The meetings are open and public. No RSVP is required for either meeting.
Natural Resources Public Meeting, 9am-10am
The Dexter Community School District is discussing entering into a contract with Adams Outdoor to place electronic billboards on school property. One location would be Baker Road between Dan Hoey and Shield, which is in Scio Township. The other location would be near the entrance driveway to Mill Creek Middle School which is in the City of Dexter. Though an electronic billboard would not be permitted in accordance with the City Zoning Ordinance, school districts are exempt from following local zoning ordinances.
The City of Dexter is seeking submissions for the 2017-2018 Dexter Art Gardens Temporary Sculpture Display. Four new outdoor sculptures will be juried into the current collection and displayed in high-profile locations throughout the City for one year. This year's theme is transportation, with a focus on bicycle and automotive suclptures. For more information or to apply, please view the Call for Artists by clicking HERE.