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Village of Capac
131 North Main Street
PO Box 218
Capac, MI 48014
(810) 395-4355
Fax (810) 395-2715

 
BILL CHRISTENSEN
DPW SUPERVISOR
810-395-4355 EXT 12
 
 DPW AFTER HOURS
EMERGENCY 
810-683-4056
 
 LISA LULIS
VILLAGE CLERK
810-395-4355 EXT 11
 
MARILYN PRICE
VILLAGE TREASURER
810-395-4355 EXT 14
 
Village Office Hours
Monday- Friday
9:00am - 4:00pm
CLOSED
12:00-1:00 PM
 
 
Village of Capac
Police Department
103 E. Church Street
Capac, MI 48014
810-395-4351
Fax 810-395-4611
 
HEATHER  FANTIN
POLICE CHIEF
810-395-4351
 
 
Police Dept. Office Hours 
Tuesday - Thursday
8:00a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
 

 

ON LINE PAY NOW AVAILABLE FOR UTILITY & TAX BILLS.     

Please refer to the St Clair County ordinances regarding ORV laws.

Virtual council meeting        Agenda 

 

Lisa Lulis is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: council meeting 1/18/2021
Time: Jan 18, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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  Please  use paper bags for leaves and yard waste. We will not pick up leaves and yard waste in garbage bags or cans. Thank you

Sec. 20-4. Brush pickup and removal. (a) Date of village brush pickup and size of brush piles. Village brush pickup will be held in the Spring and Fall of each year on the second Tuesday of May and October. Brush must be in piles not to exceed six feet in length, six feet in width and six feet in height. (b) Property owner's responsibility. If a property owner cuts down or trims a tree on private property, the owner/resident is responsible for the complete removal and disposal of the tree at his own expense. The intent of the monthly brush pickup is to allow property owners/residents to trim trees, brushes, etc., on private property and to provide prompt removal of trees, brushes, etc., by the village at scheduled times in order to contribute to a well kept community. If a property owner/resident piles brush on the village right-of-way other than at the time of the village brush pickup, the property owner/resident has five days to remove brush pile. (c) Removal of brush pile and cost incurred by property owner. If a property owner does not remove a brush pile that has been placed on the village street right-of-way for five days referred to in subsection (b) of 4 this section, the village will have the authority to remove the brush pile from the village street right-of-way and charge the cost incurred to the property owner/resident. In such case if the property owner/resident does not reimburse the village for cost incurred in removing the brush pile from the village street right-of-way, the cost incurred will be a special assessment against the property owner/resident. (Comp. Ords. 1987, §§ 20.401--20.403)

 NOTICE 

 2019 WATER QUALITY REPORT

 Please keep around your water meter clear of any bushes, leaves or snow please.

CLICK HERE FOR FIRE PIT INFORMATION!! 

A Reminder for the winter season:

Sec. 26-104. Overnight parking. No vehicle shall be parked within the limits of any public streets in the village between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. (Comp. Ords. 1987, § 20.304) Sec. 26-105. Parking during a snow emergency. (a) The Village President or his/her designated official, may declare a snow emergency when he/she determines the presence of snow, freezing rain, sleet, ice or snow drifts create or are likely to create hazardous road conditions or impede or are likely to impede the free movement of fire, health, police, emergency, or other vehicular traffic. (b) An announcement of a snow emergency shall be broadcast by the Village President or his/her designee through radio or television stations with a normal operating range covering the Village of Capac and shall state the time after which the snow emergency will be in effect. The snow emergency shall continue until the snow emergency is cancelled by the Village President or his/her designee. (c) No vehicle shall be parked within the limits of any public street in the Village during a snow emergency that is declared under this Section. (Comp. Ords. 1987, § 20.304A; Ord. No. 2008-03, § 1, 04-21-2008; Ord. No. 2008-03, § 3, 04-21-2008)

 

Sec. 6-108. Civil infraction; penalty.

Any property owner who fails to acquire, post or maintain the posting of an address number shall be guilty of a civil infraction. Upon conviction, the violator shall be liable for a fine of not more than $500.00, plus costs of enforcement and prosecution.

(Ord. No. 94-4, § 12, 4-4-1994)

Sec. 6-109. Address number required.

Each dwelling and each principal building within the village shall obtain and display an assigned address number. Address numbers shall be issued or designated for those dwellings and principal buildings which are located on either public or private roads.

(Ord. No. 94-4, § 2, 4-4-1994)

 LETTER FROM J&J DISPOSAL- ABOUT THE SERVICE DURING THE COVID-19

A message from J&J Disposal:

J&J Disposal is contracted by the Village of Capac to pick up solid waste from each house in the Village. We are seeing more and more houses with heavy cans, construction materials and several large household items. In order to keep our prices low for all households, we have to start keeping trash manageable and limiting each household to 1 large item per month and solid waste only. If you have more than this you can call the office at 810-417-1275 for a special pick up rate and date we may be able to pick it up.

Thanks- J&J Disposal 

*Planning Commission is accepting letters of interest to fill a vacancy on the board. Applicants must be residents of the Village. Planning Commission meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. 

  NOTICE:

On multiple occasions, we have found shop rags and mop heads blocking the pumps of the water system in the village. The flushing of foreign objects down toilets is causing pump blockage, which in turn causes system failure. Pump station failure may ultimately result in sewer back-ups within your homes and businesses.

Please DO NOT flush anything other than toilet paper down your toilets and do NOT allow anything other than waste water to go down your sinks and/or maintenance drains.  Do NOT put paper products down your garbage disposals.

 VILLAGE BRUSH PICK-UP

 

THE SECOND TUESDAY IN MAY AND  OCTOBER OF EACH YEAR. BRUSH MUST BE IN PILES NOT TO EXCEED 6 FT. IN LENGTH, 6 FT. IN WIDTH AND 6 FT. IN HEIGHT.

BRUSH AND YARD CLIPPINGS MAY BE DISPOSED OF AT THE BRUSH PILE WHICH IS LOCATED AT THE END OF WEST MEIER ST. BY THE WATER TOWER BEHIND THE MUSSEY TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT.

 

NOTICE: THERE IS IN EFFECT ALL YEAR LONG A BURNING BAN WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF CAPAC LIMITS, “NO BURNING”. 

Trash removal is every Wednesday (Except Holidays)
Trash removal will be delayed 1 day for the following Holidays: Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day.
J&J Disposal can be contacted at 810-417-1275
 
 
 MEETING SCHEDULE
 
COUNCIL                                                                           PLANNING  

JANUARY 4,2021                                                                               JANUARY 6, 2021

JANUARY 18,2021                                                                             FEBRUARY 3, 2021

FEBRUARY 1, 2021                                                                           MARCH 3, 2021

*FEBRUARY 16, 2021(Tuesday due to President’s Day)                  APRIL 7, 2021

MARCH 1, 2021                                                                                  MAY 5, 2021

MARCH 15,2021                                                                                  JUNE 2, 2021

APRIL 5, 2021                                                                                       JULY 7, 2021

APRIL 19, 2021                                                                                     AUGUST 4, 2021

MAY 3, 2021                                                                                          SEPTEMBER 1, 2021

MAY 17, 2021                                                                                        OCTOBER 6, 2021

JUNE 1, 2021                                                                                         NOVEMBER 3, 2021

JUNE 14,2021                                                                                        DECEMBER 1, 2021

JUNE 30, 2021                                                                

JULY 19, 2021                                        

AUGUST 2, 2021

AUGUST 16, 2021

*SEPTEMBER 6, 2021 (Tuesday due to Labor Day) 

SEPTEMBER 20,2021

OCTOBER 4, 2021

OCTOBER 18,2021                                                        

NOVEMBER 1, 2021

NOVEMBER 15, 2021                                                    

DECEMBER 6, 2021

DECEMBER 20, 2021