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The Village Garage sales have been pushed to June 12th and 13th. The clean up has been pushed to June 20th.

To limit contact and keep workers safe, Granger will only be picking up trash in bags or carts. Please respect these guidelines and refrain from setting out any loose trash on collection day.

In alignment with the most recent Federal guidelines, and with concerns for our residents and employee safety, the office is closed to the public. We will continue to be available for necessary services. Utility bills can be paid by mail or dropped in the drop box which is located next to the office door. Please call or email us at 517-531-4785, Parmavillage@villageofparma.org with questions, concerns or to set up an appointment.

Need leaf or recyling bags? Call the office to arrange to purchase them. Leaf bags are $4 for a package of 10. Recling bags are $10 for a box of 50.

Sandstone Township and Parma Township offices are closed. Village of Concord, Village of Springport, Spring Arbor, Summit, Leoni, Village of Grass Lake, Columbia, Rives, Blackman, Henrietta, City of Jackson, Napoleon, Liberty, Hanover, Pulaski, Village of Brooklyn and Liberty are also closed. Some municipalities are using drive thru if available. They are also available via phone and email. They are closed to the public coming into their building at this time.

Jackson County Court House is closed to the public until April 3rd.

Jackson county Libraries are all closed at this time.

CP credit Union and American 1 are closed to the public but drive thru is open.

As a reminder, the best ways to prevent the spread of Coronavirus are the same as preventing the cold and flu. They include:

Washing your hands frequently with soap and water.

Covering your mouth when you sneeze or cough.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.

Avoid close contact with people who are sick stay home when you are sick.

The office will no longer be able to accept any 2019 property tax payments after Monday, March 2nd, 2020.

The street sweeper has come into clean our streets. Let’s try and keep them clean and not have our drains filled with grass clippings, garbage and leaves.

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