Almont congratulates and celebrates the Almont Raiders Varsity Football Team on their outstanding season as they travel to the State Finals!! This is a huge accomplishment for the players, coaches, parents and support staff and we acknowledge the many, many hours of practice and dedication everyone has shown. Our entire community has been watching and cheering these young men on this amazing journey! A big Thank You to our Almont Raider Cheerleaders, Dance Team and Band members who have been a great part of the team effort from the start of the season! They add to our excitement and enjoyment of the game and help keep the crowd on their feet!
Our football players have proven themselves to be young men who are tough, smart, talented, willing to work as part of a team and are able to get the job done. Good sportsmanship is always an important part of any game and we hope that all athletes create positive memories they can look back on with pride. Our community is very proud of our Almont Raider Varsity Football Team and we wish them all the luck in the world as they journey to Ford Field for the STATE FINALS!!!! GO RAIDERS!!!!
Almont Township Board of Trustees
Who doesn’t like to find a great deal on a local swap page??!! We all do!!
In the interest of providing a safe and convenient location for everyone to connect and conduct their sales and/or purchases, the Almont Township Board has created a local Internet Purchase Exchange Safe Zone. The Internet Purchase Exchange Safe Zone will be in the rear parking lot of the Almont Twp/Village Hall at 819 N. Main Street in Almont. A sign is expected to be installed later this week clearly showing the established area, which will be left/south of the recycling canisters.
This location has 24-hour camera surveillance and street lighting. Please use the area underneath the street light. The Almont Police Department Officers are constantly in and out of the building. Although they won’t be able to monitor the location at all times, we are hopeful that their presence will assist in creating a safe environment that will discourage any problems from arising. Again, the goal is to keep everyone safe and protected!
The Almont Township Board wishes to thank the Almont Police Department, Village Officials and staff, and everyone else who helped make this happen quickly.
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Almont Twp Board members and staff–
Please visit the polls today between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. to cast your vote on a number of local issues. The Almont Township Fire Department Millage Renewal Proposal and the Almont District Library Millage Renewal Proposal appear on the primary ballot. The Lapeer County Medical Care Facility *SUNCREST” is asking for a small millage increase. Township Trustee positions are also going to be decided today. Seven residents are looking to fill four Trustee seats on the Township Board.
Please make an effort to get out and vote today……However you choose to case your vote, it’s important to remember that every vote counts!!
A sub-committee was formed by the Almont Township Board in response to recent concerns and complaints from residents who felt that the extended use of large and small scale fireworks was creating an unsafe environment for citizens, property and animals. The sub-committee consists of Kimberly Streeter, Scott Stroup and Gary Groesbeck. The committee met yesterday in an effort to review the Almont Township Fireworks Ordinance and examine if the ordinance was meeting the needs of the community. The committee felt that the Almont Township Fireworks Ordinance needs to be updated in order to address the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act of 2011. The goal of the committee is to ensure that the updated Almont Township Fireworks Ordinance is fair, legally enforceable and that it provides for the protection of persons, property and animals. The committee plans to do more research and meet again in 2 weeks to discuss their findings.
The committee welcomes comments from the community. Citizens are encouraged to call any of the committee members to share their concerns.
Kimberly Streeter 810-417-2614
Scott Stroup 586-212-2453
Gary Groesbeck 810-441-8687
Thanks to a Michigan Dept of Environmental Quality (DEQ) grant that was received, Almont residents will have the chance to recycle their unwanted tires on May 21, 2016. Tires will be accepted between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. in the Almont High School parking lot at 4701 Howland Road. This will coincide with the Almont Township Clean-Up Day trash collection. Tire recycling will be available for Almont Township residents only and ID’s will be required and checked. Clean tires only please (no mud, rocks, etc). Unfortunately we cannot accept huge oversized farm tractor tires. Please gather your unwanted and used tires and drop them off on May 21, 2016! Spring cleaning just got a little easier!!
Please call the Almont Twp office at 810-798-8521 if you have any questions.
Winter is behind us (finally!) and spring is here. It’s time for the annual Almont Garage Sale Frenzy and Almont Township Spring Clean-Up Day! This is a great time to gather those items that have been taking up room in your basement and/or garage and start your spring cleaning early!!
GARAGE SALE FRENZY INFO: Thursday (5/19/16) thru Saturday (5/21/16).
CLEAN-UP DAY INFO: On 5/21/16 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Almont Township will have a 25 yard truck for trash and a 25 yard truck for compost (yard waste, etc.) available in the Almont High School Parking Lot at 4701 Howland Road. Details are as follows:
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED:
Appliances (Freon removed)
Empty Paint Cans
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED:
Appliances containing Freon
Questions: Almont Township Hall 810-798-8521
A HUGE THANK YOU TO THE ALMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR THEIR QUICK ACTION IN PUTTING AN END TO A STRING OF LOCAL LARCENIES–Seventeen people in Almont Township reported that they had vehicles that were illegally entered early Monday morning between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. All the vehicles were unlocked. Phone chargers, GPS devices, change, sunglasses and a laptop computer were taken. After being alerted to the larcenies, Almont Police Officers went door to door in order to ask residents if they had seen or heard anything that might be helpful in solving the crimes. Less than 24 hours after the initial thefts occurred and acting on tips from local residents, a small group of local young people were caught and arrested. Most of the stolen items have been returned to the owners.
I spoke with Chief Nael today and he wanted to urge all residents to please lock their doors and lock their vehicles, especially at night. He also asked that residents call the Almont Police Department at 810-798-8300 if they see anything suspicious at any time. Thanks again to the Almont Police Department for helping keep our families and our communities safe. Great Job!
The Almont Medical First Responders are offering a local class to teach essential techniques that could help save a life. Please consider spending a few hours to gain this valuable information.
I attended a previous class and brought my husband and parents. It was a great learning experience. Our local Medical First Responders are extremely knowledgeable, patient and are amazing teachers. I would urge everyone to spend a Saturday morning with our local professionals learning skills to save a life.
- CPR/AED-Adult, Child and Infant
- Date: Saturday, April 18, 2015 or Saturday, July 25, 2015
- Time: 9:00 a.m.
- Place: Almont Fire Department, 7487 Tubspring Road, Almont
- Cost: $10.00
First Aid classes are also available.
To reserve a seat or for more information, please contact:
Please remember to turn in your township surveys by 3/13/15. The surveys were included with the 2015 assessment notices that were recently mailed out. The survey asks residents for their opinions regarding the possibility of trading the current Almont Township Hall facility for the old Elementary School Building. Your views are important and are needed. Please fill out and return your survey to the Almont Township Hall by the end of this week. Thank you.
A second public forum is scheduled for January 22, 2015 @ 7:00 p.m. The topic will be the proposed reuse of the old elementary school. The meeting will be held in the gymnasium in the old elementary school building. The building is located at 401 Church Street in Almont. The meeting is sponsored by the Almont Township/Village Building Committee. Public comments are welcome and encouraged. Please attend and help guide Almont’s future!