Resident's Quality of Life
Citizens of Cass City are very proud of the quality of life in their community. Cass City boasts a 80+ acre recreational park which features a public swimming pool and splash pad along with other great amenities like disc golf, a bark park, multiple playground areas, tennis and pickleball courts, hiking trails, softball/baseball diamonds, basketball courts, three pavilions and much more!
Our park gem, the Helen Stevens Memorial Pool, offers swim lessons, open swim, and rental opportunities. Businesses will often fund a "free swim day", during which residents and citizens from other communities can enjoy the pool for free. This same pool converted from a chlorine-based water sanitation program to a saline-based system in 2009, providing a healthier and more cost effective swimming program to our residents.
Cass City is extremely user-friendly for walkers, bikers, hikers, rollerbladers, and skateboarders. Music in the Park is provided to guests free of charge, as community businesses sponsor our local live bands. Most impressive is that the Parks, Recreation, and Library opportunities are utilized by all age groups, including small children, families, seniors, and teens!
Last, but certainly not least, the Village of Cass City is a beautiful-to-view community. Curbside weekly trash pickup includes recycling, yard waste and waste pickup. Each Monday, DPW staff pick up brush and tree limbs at no additional cost to the resident. Streets are swept and leaf vacuuming is done each fall. Snow is removed quickly, with minimal banking on the sidewalks.
Residents take much pride in their homes, as witnessed by the painting, cleaning, re-roofing, landscaping, and seasonal maintenance seen throughout the area. No one would disagree that Cass City is indeed a beautiful place, and a fine community to live in!
The Village Council, Management, and Staff are extremely pleased to present this dashboard which is just a small “snapshot” of the Village of Cass City. We hope you can visit our community in person, and come see for yourself.
Helen Stevens Memorial Pool
YOUR CASS CITY
- Village Departments
- Day Camp Programs
- Annual Drinking Water Quality Reports
- RX Drop Box
- Public Notices
- Trash Pick-Up
- Brush/Leaf Pick-Up
RJ Klaus - Village of Cass City
Dept. of Public Works call:
(989) 872 5643
RJ Klaus and his crew of veteran staff members serve the Village of Cass City in maintaining and continually updating the water system. They also maintain the Village streets, sidewalks, sewer lines, forestry, building, grounds, vehicles and equipment maintenance. For any questions, please call or email.
Village of Cass City
Dept. of Public Works call:
SUMMER DAY CAMP PROGRAM
The Village of Cass City offers a 7-week Summer Day Camp Program as part of their Parks & Recreation Department. Under the supervision of the Day Camp Coordinator, and several seasonal Camp Counselors, our daily program (Monday through Thursday) provides a great summer day care alternative to children ages 6-12 years of age (not limited to village of Cass City residents). The program operates from 9am-2pm and includes breakfast and lunch from the Cass City Public Schools (TBD for 2024). There are scheduled swim days at the Helen Stevens Memorial Pool right next door, themed weeks with “special guests”, trips to the Rawson memorial Library, field trips and plenty of parks, ball fields, tennis/pickleball courts, hiking trails and disc golf nearby. For more information, contact Melanie Radabaugh, Director of Community Development, Parks and Recreation at 989-872-2911 or click the link below.
2023 Annual Drinking Water Quality Reports
City Hall is now an official drop off location for drug disposal. The red box is a Drug Enforcement Agency receptacle for the disposal of unused drugs. The Drug Disposal Campaign will keep these drugs out of our landfills and water ecosystems, and also protect against theft or abuse by providing a safe and secure disposal method.
Trash Pick-Up is on Thursdays
Emterra Environmental USA
Huron Landfill Corp.
4151 S McMillian Rd., Bad Axe,MI 48413
Trash must be out at the curb by 7:00AM.
Trash day is on Thursday of every week, unless one of the following holdays fall on or before a
Thursday: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
-Approve containers/bags are not to exceed 50 pounds.
Large items: 1 per week, examples washer stove, couch, etc...
Carpet- must be dry and cut into 4 foot lengths, tied and bundled.
-NO TIRES, NO CONCRETE, or FREE LIQUIDS
Recycle bins are to be set aside from trash, so they are clearly seen by the recycle driver.
*Large limbs and piles of brush too large to be bundled for regular yard waste pickup will be picked up Fridays by the Village - must be cut into 4 foot lengths
*Must be neatly stacked parallel to the street
* Arrangements must be made with the Village Office by Wednesday for brush pickup call 989.872.2911
*The Village will not pick up small amounts of brush. Our trash contractor provides that service April through November
*Starts mid-October and runs until snowfall
*Leaves are to be raked in windrows along the gutter on curbed streets and to the shoulder of the street on non-curbed streets. Windrows must be free of sticks, stones, etc.
*Leaves are not to be placed in plastic bags or cardboard boxes
*Grass clippings are not collected by the Village. Our trash contractor provides that service April through November.
CASS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL