THIS SATURDAY! From 11:00-1:00 The EGGstravaganza is back with a magic show, Easter egg pickup, inflatables, fire trucks, and $1.00 photos with the Easter Bunny! Make sure to stop by Central Middle school for this FREE event!
As spring approaches remember: Feeding waterfowl compromises their natural ability to forage and may also attract a concentration of wildlife beyond the capacity of the habitat. Plus, waterfowl waste contains high levels of E. coli bacteria, the kind that contaminates beaches.
The Winter Weather Advisory has been upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning. We are expecting up to 9" of snow. Please drive CAREFULLY AND SLOWLY. Several accidents already reported. ROADS ARE SLICK.
Due to damage caused by flooding: Beach Rd Park (Memorial Park) is CLOSED until further notice. Many repairs must be completed, and much cleanup has yet to be done. Look for some info in the near future, we may need community help for a cleanup event!
Keep drains clear of Fats, Oils & Grease
When Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) go down the drain, they clog pipes, create odors, and can cause sewer backups in your home or business. Wipe FOG off pots, pans, and plates with a paper towel, then Toss it in the trash. For more tips, visit our website at: porthurontownship.org.
It's been a long night for our men and women at the Port Huron Twp Fire Dept, Port Huron Twp DPW, DTE Energy, and SEMCO Energy. Much appreciation for all they do! Thanks to the City of Port Huron and Border patrol as well as Kimball Township Fire Department for helping out (along with many more agencies).
The river has begun to recede significantly but still remains high. If you have any flood damage to any of your personal property, please let us know just so we can stay in the loop.
A resident submitted this photo to us over the weekend. Apparently, snowmobilers (near Beach Rd park) had a party and decided to leave their trash and litter on the river. It is never justifiable to leave your trash on the ground, and it can even come with costly fines. We want everyone to enjoy nature, our parks, and good company, however, you must cleanup after yourselves. Not only is this now a safety hazard and river obstruction for other snowmobilers, it’s an easily avoidable hazard to wildlife. We are all charged with the responsibility to leave our environment better than we found it for future generations. Acts like this are selfish, lazy, and illegal. St. Clair County Sheriff's Office. Michigan DNR Mi Nature
Clerk Davis & the Clerk's Department were interviewed by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission! Read below to learn more about what we are doing to improve elections for our community!