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Burton seeking applicants for open council seat following resignation
05/06/2021
Burton seeking applicants for open council seat following resignation

Burton seeking applicants for open council seat following resignation

Those interested in the open seat can send their resume and any other qualifications to City Clerk Racheal Boggs by 5 p.m. Friday, May 14, Council President Steve Heffner told MLive-The Flint Journal.

07/14/2020
U.S. Census Bureau

U.S. Census Bureau

Online, by phone, or by mail. Respond in the way that works for you.

05/16/2020
2020 CENSUS

Please encourage your friends and neighbors to fill out the 2020 Census form. You could be that ONE person Burton needs to put us over the top.

05/14/2020
U.S. Census Bureau

U.S. Census Bureau

Congratulations, Class of 2020! As you look ahead to what comes next, take a moment and make sure you've been counted in the #2020Census. The results will help shape the next 10 years—and this is a big decade for you! Learn more at https://go.usa.gov/xvF54.

05/12/2020
U.S. Census Bureau

U.S. Census Bureau

You can complete the #2020Census even when you’re social distancing. Respond online today. Learn more at 2020CENSUS.GOV.

04/20/2020
U.S. Census Bureau

U.S. Census Bureau

Read all about it! The #2020Census will inform decisions about federal funding for public libraries all across the country. Learn more about what else the census shapes at 2020CENSUS.GOV.

03/31/2020

effective Wednesday, April
1, 2020, Waste Management is temporarily suspending the performance of the following
services, which are non-essential during this period of emergency:
• Bulk Collection – furniture, carpet, mattresses, appliances, etc.
• Spring and bulk clean-ups
• Yard Waste Collection – grass clippings, brush, tree limbs, etc.
When the Declarations of Emergency and social distancing recommendations have been eased
and Waste Management’s work force returns to pre-pandemic levels, these services will be
restarted.

U.S. Census Bureau
02/16/2020

U.S. Census Bureau

Be a Census Taker
01/29/2020
Be a Census Taker

Be a Census Taker

Earn extra income while helping your community. The Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people across the county to assist with the 2020 Census count.

11/11/2019
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JUST IN: The city of Burton is canceling its Veterans Day Ceremony slated for 11:00 a.m. this morning because of the weather and driving conditions. Organizers don't want to risk veterans or other participants being out on the roads today.

City of Burton Fire Department
10/09/2019

City of Burton Fire Department

07/18/2019

Waste Management has advised the City that because of the extremee heat that is expected, trash pickup on Friday, July 19th will begin one hour earlier than normal.

07/13/2019

Burton area motorists, the $2 million project to repair Center Road, from Davison Road to the north City limit at Dolphaine Street, is underway!

Traffic shifts entering the project from the north and the south began today, and construction is scheduled to start as soon as tomorrow. So please avoid the area if possible, or use extra caution (and be prepared for some delay) if not.

Full reconstruction of the southbound and center turn lanes will be done first, with all traffic moved to the northbound lanes. Then they will switch it up to do the northbound lanes. Project should be complete in October. Note: The road will remain open, and access to all driveways will be maintained at all times throughout the project.

05/26/2019

CITY OF BURTON

Memorial Day Celebration
Memorial Day
Celebration
Honoring the Memory of Those Who Served
Monday, May 27, 2019

8:10 am Kids Fun Run at Atherton High School
8:30 am Burton Memorial Day 5K Run/Walk 2019 at Atherton High School.
1:00 pm Parade line up on Center Road between Atherton and Bristol.
2:00 pm Burton Mile Race - Line-up on Center Road between Atherton and Bristol.
2:05 pm Parade take off. Parade will proceed south on Center Road to the Burton
City Complex. Participants will end the parade at the Courthouse on Manor Drive.
3:00 pm Children’s Area open.
5:00 pm Live Music, “Rodeo Drive” to play on the lawn at City Hall.
6:00 pm Memorial Ceremony at Veteran’s Memorial Park.
9:15 pm Candle Light Ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park.
Dusk Fireworks

Children’s Fun Zone!
Located in front of City Hall for families that wish to stay at the City Hall campus between events.
We will have bounce houses, face painting and balloon twister!

The DAV will be grilling up hamburgers and hot
dogs for sale to help support their programs. The
prices are as follows:

Hot Dog $1.00 • Chips .50¢ • Hamburger $1.50
Cheese Burger $2.00 • Coffee .50¢ • Water $1.00 • Pop $1.00
Grand Marshal - Olliet Sutton-Vaughns * Grand Marshal - Dale A. Butler * Sponsored by Judge Jennifer J. Manley

Female Veteran of the Year: Olliet Sutton-Vaughns U.S.A.F.
Male Veteran of the Year: Dale A. Butler U.S.M.C.
Fire Fighter of the Year: Cody Revolt
Police Officer of the Year: Michael Mathiak
Master of Ceremonies: Judge Mark Latchana
Fireworks Sponsored By: Nehring's Market

01/29/2019

If your normal trash day is Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday you will be delayed a day. Waste Management is closed Wednesday due to Cold weather

05/26/2018
U.S. Marine Corps

Remember The Sacriface

Memorial Day weekend is for the fallen.

05/18/2017

The City of Burton’s Memorial Day Parade and Festivities will take place on Monday, May 29, 2017. The Parade line up will start at 1:00 pm on Center Road between Atherton and Bristol with the parade starting at 2:00 pm. The parade will travel South on Center Road to the Burton Veterans Memorial Park on Manor Drive.
Immediately following the Parade, There will be a children’s area for kids to play until 7:00pm. A Ceremony honoring Veterans will be held at the Burton Veterans Memorial starting at 5:00 pm. At 9:15 PM a candlelight vigil ceremony will take place at the Veterans Memorial followed fireworks.

We are currently accepting applications for the position of Paid-on-Call Firefighters.
01/04/2017

We are currently accepting applications for the position of Paid-on-Call Firefighters.

We are currently accepting applications for the position of Paid-on-Call Firefighters.

Veterans Honor Run
08/28/2016

Veterans Honor Run

We're now only 10 weeks away from the 4th Annual Veterans Honor Run, the anchor race of the Burton Race Series! This is an 11k Run, 5k Run, 5k Walk presented by Burton Parks and Recreation and raises money for the Disable American Veterans! Registration includes a post-race meal. Top 3 of all divisions receive a medal, all 11K runners (you can walk if you prefer) receive a finisher's medal Challengo Coin. First 250 to register receive a VHR dog tag. Early registration is $30, $15 for kids 14 and under. www.veteranshonorrun.com

05/27/2016

Mayor Paula Zelenko and Burton City Council is pleased to announce a new “Blight Elimination Hotline” as part of an increased effort to make the City of Burton cleaner and more attractive to residents and businesses alike. The City is cracking down on such nuisance violations as graffiti, high grass and weeds; trash and debris in the yard; unlicensed, abandoned, inoperable vehicles on the property; cars parked on other than approved parking spots; dilapidated homes, fences and outbuildings.
Residents are invited to report code violations and eyesores to the Public Works Department in any of three ways: by calling 810-742-9230, extension 3113; The Citizen Request Tracker on the website; or through a NEW Blight Elimination Email Hotline: [email protected]. To accomplish this cleanup, some DPW staff have been shifted to code enforcement duties, and some crews will be working evenings and weekends on clean ups.
Crews will also be stepping up cleanup operations. After a 10 day notice expires, a code enforcement officer will recheck the property and if the property is still in violation, the City will clean up and remove anything that is in violation, and bill the property owner for the cleanup. If the bill is not paid it will be added to the property tax bill for the property. Residents who have ignored notices and extensions can expect to see City crews arriving soon to take the action that the resident has refused to take.

Steven Heffner Burton City Council's cover photo
11/08/2015

Steven Heffner Burton City Council's cover photo

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10/25/2015

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How do I get the city to show me where my property line is?
Why does Dort Highway and Hemphill Road always have water back up that's going to be a mess as come winter can the city please fix that before it gets out of hand it's been that way for quite some time
I would like a Polish American flag to be flowing at the city hall