The City is seeking applications for temporary summer help. This position is in the Department of Public Works and will assist with mowing lawns as well as general maintenance. Work hours for this position are 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday from May/June through August/September (depending on availability). Applicants must be 18 or older.
Hydrant flushing for all areas of the City except Westridge and the Cedars of Dexter is complete. Hydrant flushing has been suspended due to the delivery and installation of a new filter at the Water Filtration Plant. An announcement will be made when the flushing resumes in Westridge and the Cedars of Dexter (likely in May).
Dexter Community Schools will be conducting traffic and pedestrian counts at the crosswalk located at Kensington and Ann Arbor Street. These counts will be done the week of March 12th using cameras which are placed on existing poles at the intersection.
The “Dexter Art Gardens” is an annual outdoor artwork exhibition sponsored by the Dexter Arts, Culture & Heritage Committee and the City of Dexter. Three (3) temporary outdoor artworks will be juried and placed on temporary display along with the City’s permanent collection for one (1) year: June 2018 – May 2019. The selected pieces will be installed on concrete pads in highly trafficked locations throughout Dexter.
As part of the 2017 Paint Dexter Plein Air Festival, the City of Dexter's Arts, Culture, and Heritage Committee hosted a Youth Coloring Contest. Dexter area children were challenged to use their creativity to color pictures of iconic locations and monuments in the Dexter-area. A panel of judges reviewed the submissions and selected the 7 best pictures. The winning pieces were turned into banners, which have been hung on poles along Main Street in downtown Dexter.