Bulk Trash Collection Occurring in March

Bulk Trash Collection will be occurring in March, starting on Thursday, March 1. Additional dumpsters will be placed near areas affected by flooding starting on March 1 to accommodate additional material that may need to be disposed of. Dumpsters will be located at:

  • 1315 N Burdick Street, in the parking lot NW of Burdick/Patterson Intersection
  • Edison Neighborhood Association
  • Washington Square Apartments
  • Bank Street Farmers Market

Community members currently recovering from flood damage can dial 2-1-1 for the latest information on what resources are available or to report damage and recovery needs.

Foundation for Excellence Board of Directors to Meet on Thursday, February 15

The first full meeting of the Foundation for Excellence Board of Directors will be held at noon on Thursday, February 15 in the Community Room on the second floor of City Hall. This is a public meeting.

Business at this meeting will include electing each of the inaugural board members and voting in Officers: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. An agenda for the meeting is available here: https://kalamazoo.novusagenda.com/Agendapublic/

Southwest Michigan Prosperity Committee Seeks Input on Regional Prosperity

To better refine its understanding of prosperity in the region, the Southwest Michigan Prosperity Committee is looking to survey those with an interest in Southwest Michigan. The results of this survey will help shape the work of the Committee in 2018 and beyond. Please take a few minutes to share how you feel through the following survey. The survey will remain open until 10:00 am on February 21. It is intended for those who live and/or work in southwest Michigan (Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Kalamazoo, St. Joseph, and Van Buren counties). If you have any questions, contact Lee Adams at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Southwest Michigan Prosperity Survey

This survey is being shared on behalf of the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council


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