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City Hall Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:00am-5:00pm

Closed for Lunch: 12:30pm-1:30pm

Friday 8:00am-1:00pm

Closed on Holidays

 

Phone:  810-735-7980

Fax: 810-735-4793

Emergency: 911

 

Police (Non-Emergency)
810-735-5454

Fire (Non-Emergency)
810-735-1714

 

132 E. Broad St.

Linden, MI 48451

PO Box 507

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Downtown Development Authority

Interested in Joining a Board or Commission?

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The City of Linden is seeking application from those interested in serving on a Board, Commission, or Committee. If you are interested, please submit your application at Linden City Hall located at 132 E. Broad Street, by mail to P.O. Box 507 Linden. MI 48451, or by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The City is currently looking for volunteers to join the Road Committee, the Library Board, the Dog Park Committee, and the Cemetery Committee. 

Library Board, Historic District Commission, Election Inspector, Downtown Development Authority, Mill Building Advisory Committee, Cemetery Memorial Advisory Committee and the GCMA: Members of the GCMA include representatives from each local jurisdictions, Genesee County Road Commission, Federal Highway Administration, Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission, Michigan Department of Transportation, Mass Transportation Authority, and the Genesee County Drain Commission. GCMA is the policy body responsible for decision making concerning surface transportation in Genesee County. Their duties include the review and endorsement of transportation planning issues, and federal aid projects and their funding. The decisions made by GCMA have a direct impact on roadway, mass transit and non-motorized issues within the county. GCMA meets the third Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the County Administration Building.

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Snow Clearing Reminder

The snow may have melted for now, but with more winter weather likely just around the corner. The City of Linden has an important reminder to keep sidewalks in front of your home or business clear of snow and ice this winter. The elderly, disabled, and school children especially, need sidewalks to be cleared for safe passage during the winter months. Your neighbors are counting on you! Please do your part to maintain a safe and accessible pathway by clearing your snow and ice within 24 hours of accumulation. 

As you are clearing your sidewalks and driveways, do not push, plow, or shovel snow into the street, as this is illegal, interferes with the snow removal and clean up process, and can create driving hazards. Finally, please remember to keep fire hydrants clear of snow.

LINDEN MUNICIPAL CODE (EXCERPT)

 12.08.020 Sidewalks to be cleared

A.  The occupant of any premises, or the owner of any unoccupied premises, is required to keep the sidewalks in front of or adjacent to such premises, so far as is practicable and reasonable, clear from snow, ice, rubbish, excessive dirt or any encumbrance, to facilitate pedestrian use.  Whenever any snow or ice has fallen or accumulated, it shall be cleared within twenty-four hours after it has fallen or accumulated.

B.  No person shall place, store ro exhibit any goods, wares, merchandise or material upon any public sidewalk in the city.

C.  No person owning, building or repairing any house or other building shall permit any lumber, brick, plaster, mortar, earth, clay, sand, stone or other material to remain on the sidewalk after sunset of the day in which it was placed there, without permission, in writing, from the chief of police, subject to any safeguards he may prescribe, (Ord 79 Sec II, 1976)

12.08.030 Failure to clear.  If any occupant or owner neglects or fails to clear ice, snow, debris or other obstructions from the sidewalk adjoining his premises within the time limited, or otherwise permits such obstructions to accumulate on such sidewalk, he is guilty of a violation of this chapter and in addition, the city may cause the same to be cleared and the expenses of removal shall become a debt to the city from the occupant or owner of such premises, and shall be collected as any other debt to the city.  (Ord 79 Sec III, 1976)

MICHIGAN VEHICLE CODE Act 300 of 1949 (EXCERPT) 

257.677a Obstruction of safety vision by removal or deposit of snow, ice, or slush prohibited.

(1) As used in this section:

(a) “Person” shall not include the state or a political subdivision of the state or an employee of the state or a political subdivision of the state operating within the scope of his duties.

(b) “Safety vision” means an unobstructed line of sight enabling a driver to travel upon, enter, or exit a roadway in a safe manner.

(2) A person shall not remove, or cause to be removed, snow, ice, or slush onto or across a roadway or the shoulder of the roadway in a manner which obstructs the safety vision of the driver of a motor vehicle other than off-road vehicles.

(3) A person shall not deposit, or cause to be deposited, snow, ice, or slush onto or across a roadway or the shoulder of the roadway in a manner which obstructs the safety vision of the driver of a motor vehicle.

(4) A person shall not deposit, or cause to be deposited, snow, ice or slush on any roadway or highway.

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Conceptual Designs for Veterans Memorial in Fairview Cemetery

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Conceptual Design Plan for the Veterans Memorial in Fairview Cemetery (8)

Existing Memorial

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Vet Memorial A

Vet Memorial A2

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Conceptual Design Ideas

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