Originally platted in 1870 and incorporated in 1893, the Village of Deckerville is an agriculturally rich community nestled in northeast Sanilac County - part of Michigan's Thumb.
APPOINTED VILLAGE CLERK POSITION
Must be familiar with accounting and finance, bookkeeping and record keeping. Must be able to work with computers, software and office equipment. Hours are 8:30 am to 5:30 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Applications can be picked up at the Village Office, 2521 Black River St, Deckerville, MI 48427. For more information and a job description call Tracy Hoff, Village Supervisor at (810) 376-8591 or (810) 531-5714.
2521 Black River St
P.O. Box 275
Deckerville, Michigan 48427
Phone: (810) 376-9505
Fax: (810) 376-3445
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8:30a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m
Coordinates: 43°31′33″N 82°44′18″W
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2019 City, Village, & Township Revenue Sharing & County Incentive Program REPORT
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Helpful Resources for our Beloved Veterans & Their Families
A Big Thank You to the Goodtimers for taking on the Deckerville Homecoming this year and for the improvements of adding a new sand volleyball court by the tennis courts and a sand pile for the young ones! The Community appreciates all that you do!
SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESOURCES
SENIOR CITIZENS RESOURCES
Top 10 Safety Resources for Kids
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Top Disaster Safety Resource:
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Learn how to identify & mitigate the risks in your home.
Top Safety Resources for Teenage/Adolescence Years:
Take the time to educate your children about home safety so you both feel comfortable when they are on their own.
Learn about age-appropriate guidelines, including: supervise all internet-enabled devices and keep computers in a public area of the home.
Increase the chances for a safe trip by following a few simple precautions.
Deckerville was named after Charles Decker who started his lumber business here in 1870. Mr. Decker built a sawmill and a grist-mill which helped to populate the area. Deckerville was incorporated as a village in 1893. Charles Decker's son, Martin, became the first postmaster in 1870. Decker became a station on the Pere Marquette Railroad.
There were a great number of forest fires in the Thumb area in both 1871 and 1881. Favorable side effects of the fires was that they cleared the land of trees and brush and made it possible to quickly become a highly productive farming area.
Over the years, Deckerville has had many industries such as lumbering, fur-trading, woolen mills, flax mills, brick making, a sauerkraut factory, and at one time cheese making was a thriving industry.
THINGS TO DO
Annually, the community of Deckerville hosts Homecoming the first weekend in August.
It's a great time to visit town and reconnect with old friends.
For more information, contact Marsha Pozsgay at (810) 404-0400.
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POSTPONED/CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19
TIL FURTHER NOTICE-Please call ahead
2021 Leisure Activities
2nd & 4th Wednesdays Senior & Community Social
1-4 at Deckerville Community Center
April 4 Deckerville Community Center Flea Market
April 11 Deckerville Fire Department Pancake Breakfast
Deckerville Community School Cafeteria 7-12
Fireworks at dusk Friday night - Parade at noon Saturday
Deckerville Public Library Annual Book Sale Fri - Sat in Village Chambers 9-5
October 31 Happy Halloween Trick or Treat - 5 - 7 pm
September 25 - Heritage Days
November ? Deckerville League of Women Christmas Bazaar
and Craft Show - 10-3 at Deckerville Community School
Get your Cheese Spreads at the Bazaar
For More Info and Vendor Spaces call (810) 404-5337
December ? Dickens of a Christmas & Santa's Reindeer Events
3542 North Main Street
Deckerville, Michigan 48427
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Closed: Monday, Thursday, and Sunday
Contact: Jennifer Kisbany, Library Director
Phone: (810) 376-8015
Fax: (810) 376-8593
The goal of the Deckerville Community Development Corp is to support and promote our village. Click above for upcoming events.