CITY OF CROSWELL
During this Christmas Season, the City will once again be having a BEST DECORATED HOME CONTEST. The winners will receive a credit on their utility bill. Credits will range from $10 to $50 with a total of 10 winners. Anyone wishing to make mention of a residence, may call City Hall with the address before December 13th at 679-2299.
Members of the City's Recreation Committee will act as judges, and the homes will be evaluated and final decision being made by December 14, 2013. The prize winners will be published as soon as they become available.
REMOVAL, TRIMMING & STUMP REMOVAL OF TREES
City of Croswell is accepting bids on an hourly rate for removal, trimming and chipping of various trees and stump grinding within the city limits of Croswell. Bids must be in a sealed envelope marked ATree Bid@ and received by the City Clerk at 100 N. Howard Ave., Croswell, Michigan no later than 2:00 P.M. January 17, 2014.
For any additional information contact Croswell D.P.W. Supervisor Mark Vincent at
810-679-3158. The City of Croswell reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.
CITY OF CROSWELL
City of Croswell residents are reminded that no parking is permitted between
3 a.m. and 6 a.m. on all streets from November 1 thru April 1 for snow removal purposes.
Sorry, but that white stuff will fall.
The City of Croswell has grown from its timber and saw mill in the 1800s to its farming and sugar factory of the 1900s to this day of Pioneer Sugar Corp. With the maintained city power plant, proximity to transportation and shipping corridors and continued city development for future growth, Croswell is ready for future diversification.
The City of Croswell is an anchor to opportunity with it available work force, proximity to interstates , Lake Huron, and Major crossings into Canada.
The Croswell area is a great example of Thumb Area living with its abundance of natural resources for hunting, fishing, boating and the like. The community also enjoys and demonstrates how proud they are of their city with many downtown activities throughout the year.
20 miles from Major Interstates - I-69 & I-94
20 miles from Major Crossings into Canada via the Blue Water Bridges or rail tunnel.
Available workforce - competitive wages.
5 miles from Lake Huron with excellent recreational opportunities including boating, hunting, fishing and golfing.