Public Notices

DTE ENERGY will be performing tree trimming in 2019.  The following link is the DTE Tree Maintenance Program for your use.



The Village of Deckerville Announces COVID-19 Mitigation Measures

The Village of Deckerville recognizes that the safety and well-being of its residents and employees is paramount regardless of whatever situation may arise.  The Village is taking necessary steps and measures while continuing to provide exemplary service to the community.  At the recent recommendation of the CDC and Governor Whitmer, the Village of Deckerville will adhere to the following protocols until April 30, 2020 where we then will reassess these measures:

  1.  The Village Offices will be closed to residents during this time.  All Residents are asked to conduct business with the Village via US Mail, telephone, email, facsimile or online.  The drop box at the east end of the building can be utilized and is checked daily and continually.  If you need to pay in cash please enclose correct amount and feel free to enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope and a recreipt will be mailed to you otherwise it will reflect on your next billing.  If need be appointments will be available for any pressing issues.

  2. All public meetings will be postponed including but not limited to the Village Council, Planning Commission, Zoning Board, and any subcommittees of these entities.

  3. The Village of Deckerville will adhere to the recommendations of Federal and State Agencies, the CDC, and the Sanilac County Department of Public Health in order to limit the possibility of community spread of COVID-19.

  4. Village Staff will be available to take phone call at (810) 376-9505 or fax at (810) 376-3445.  Lastly, we want to reiterate to our residents that we are yielding in on the side of caution and are taking all necessary measures to protect the safety of our residents and our employees.


THANK YOU for your cooperation and understanding!

Monica Kunze

Village Clerk

Deckerville Honored with "Community for a Lifetime" Status

On January 19, 2018 the Michigan Commission on Services to the Aging (CSA) was pleased to announce that the Village of Deckerville was approved for designation as a "Community for a Lifetime" (CFL).  The CFL Review Panel recommended that Deckerville be recognized for their aging-friendly community, noting the following:

*Very good access to health care

*Deckerville is a safe community with a low crime rate

*Village staff gets out into the community to keep in touch with village residents and to insure public safety is maintained.

The CSA established the CFL recognition program to support and highlight community efforts to initiate improvement that helps to make that community more aging friendly for all ages.

Tel: 810-376-9505

2521 Black River Deckerville, Michigan 48427


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