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The Owosso Public Works Department is committed to supplying effective public service in public works to the citizens of Owosso by providing above normal standards in snow removal; efficient leaf collection that reduces leaf burning city wide; prompt emergency repair service; high standards of public property maintenance; to operate with modern & efficient equipment; to be patient and courteous; and to continue education and maintain high standards of professionalism.
Safeway Transport Environmental of Romulus, Michigan is contracted by the City of Owosso, to perform cleaning and video inspections of storm sewers during the week of January 23, 2017 through February 4, 2017. Services to be performed are as specified in the attached map. Other street segments for these same services may be added as deemed necessary. Map
To report a streetlight problem, visit Consumers Energy's website: https://www.consumersenergy.com/bdisu/streetLightRepair_start.sap
Crack seal treatments in Shiawassee county begins April 17, 2017 and is estimated to be completed in June, 2017. The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will invest $306,000 in crack seal treatments along 80 miles of state trunkline through the Thumb, as well as Shiawassee and Lapeer counties. Traffic will be maintained primarily with flag control. Nighttime lane closures are expected during crack seal treatments on I-69. The work is weather dependent. M-52 from South Morrice Road to M-21 (Main Street) in Owosso and I-69 from the Shiawassee River to M-13 will be affected.