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Kevin R. Sanders
· November 19, 2015
I am curious as to why we beautified old 127, when we should have made DeWitt road exit better. This is the main road to our downtown and home grown businesses. This road is a disaster. We are not sho...wing people our real town. When we travel we like to hit the little older towns with some history, not fast food and gas stations. See More
Stacy Hendon-Gilbert
· December 11, 2015
My daughter Kensey had an amazing time interacting with Officer Amy Couzzins. Officer Couzzins not only encourages children to help others - but her warm personality and ability to truly connect to sh...y kids makes her a rare treasure to have on any police force. I just want to thank Officer Couzzins, and the DeWitt Police Department for participating in last night's Shop With Cops event. It was amazing - and Kensey hasn't stopped talking about how much she liked her shopping partner. Thank you. See More
Alexa Rae
· February 1, 2016
Just watched one of your officers help push a car that was stuck on US 27 to the gas station!
Matt Bach
November 1, 2011
I visited downtown DeWitt this morning. Great little town just west of Lansing. Definitely worth a visit if you haven't been there or a re-visit if you have!
Nancy Bouldin Cochran
July 28, 2012
I grew up in DeWitt... Hope they didn't cut down the 200 year old trees It would be a loss to the community. I live in NC now but visit home quite often....I love my sleepy little hometown because i...t feels like a "hometown". See More
Cyndi Johnstone
January 3, 2013
I also grew up in had the pharmacy. I now live where there are few trees and a year ago plus a few monthes we lost our beloved momma..and when I returned home to Wi. I had NO tree in my fr...ont! No shade no birds,etc. And uglier. Save all the tree's you can! At the nature trails or anywhere ...they're impossible to REPLACE! !! See More
Tomorrow, 11/9/11 at 2:00 PM, there will be a nationwide Emergency Alert System test. This is the 1st ever test of this kind. The test will include all radio and television stations. Do not be alarmed, as this is ONLY a test. For more information, watch the attached 15 second video from the FCC.

The City of DeWitt is accepting sealed bids for a 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe (former police vehicle). This vehicle can be seen at City Hall/DCPD (414 E. Main Street in Dewitt). Sealed bids will be accepted until 5 pm on Monday, April 2, 2018.

This is a former police vehicle. **MINIMUM BID OF $7,000.00** This vehicle may need a paint touch up and other cosmetic repairs. It is understood that said vehicle is being sold AS IS. Purchaser...

Clinton County Department of Waste Management is sponsoring a medication collection event this Saturday, March 10th at the Bath Township Senior Center (14480 Webster Rd. in Bath) from 10 AM -2 PM.

These events accept ALL pills, tablets, and liquids…FREE OF CHARGE!!

Items NOT accepted at this event include thermometers, inhalers, Epi pens, aerosols, patches, and used needles. These items can only be handled at the annual Clean Community Event.


If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Waste Management by emailing or calling (989) 224-5186.

****Make sure you black out personal information on the medication, but leave the drug name visible****

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