CITY OF MT. MORRIS - Weed Notice

 TO ANY OWNERS OF LAND SITUATED IN THE CITY OF MT. MORRIS, GENESEE COUNTY, STATE OF MICHIGAN.

 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to  property owners that all noxious weeds grown and all tall or dead grass and brush on any land within the City along public streets or roads or improved streets for a depth of 300 feet or the depth of the subdivided lot, whichever is lesser, must be cut down and removed on or before the first day of May, June, July, August, September, and October to prevent weeds from going to seed or to blossom, as the case may be, and to prevent tall or dead grass and brush from becoming a fire hazard.  No person shall allow any weeds or grass to exceed 9 inches in height. 

 Failure to comply with this notice on or before the above-mentioned dates shall make any party liable for the cost of cutting noxious weeds and tall or dead grass and brush within the City of Mt. Morris, and the cost shall be levied and collected against said lands in the same manner as other taxes are levied and collected pursuant to applicable law.

 THIS NOTICE IS PUBLISHED PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE CITY OF MT. MORRIS ORDINANCE 13-03.


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Mt. Morris City Police Department - NO SHAVE

Good afternoon everyone!

We have finally reached October, which means Christmas is creeping up in just a few short months. We are happy to announce that the Mt Morris Police Department will be participating in No Shave November this year again! Except with a little catch, we are starting a month early!!

From October 1st to December 1st, officers can donate money in lieu of shaving and sport their beards in an effort to raise money for a worthy cause. This year, the money will be going to those affected by the hurricanes that have plagued the southern states. Many of those people lost everything and they need our help.

If you would like to join us in helping, please stop by either the police department or city hall and let them know that you would like to help, or if you see a city officer out and about, feel free to stop them (if they aren't on a call or traffic stop of course) and let them know you want to help!

As always, be safe!

  • Take a look at last years NO SHAVE November:  Image may contain: 4 people, people smiling, people standing and indoor