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Absentee Ballots for the March 10, 2020 Presidential Election are now available @ the Montrose City Offices.  Please contact the City Clerk Tina Rush for an application (810) 639-6168 ext. 3


Cape Seal/ Micro Slurry Application of City Streets


       The occupant of every lot or premises adjoining any street or the owner of the lot or premises, if the premises are not occupied, shall clear all snow and make a reasonable effort to remove all ice from sidewalks adjoining the lot or premises within the time herein required. Snow falling or accumulating shall be cleared from the sidewalks within 48 hours of the cessation of the snow event.

If any occupant or owner shall neglect or fail to clear ice or snow from the sidewalk adjoining his or her premises within the time limit or shall otherwise permit ice or snow to accumulate on the sidewalk, the City shall cause the same to be cleared, and the expense of removal shall be collectible as provided by the City schedule of fees and costs to be assessed.

No person shall pile, dump or place snow, ice or any other material on any sidewalk or public street in the City. Snow or ice shall not be plowed or moved across a public street or otherwise disposed of in any other place or in a manner so as to create a safety hazard to the people of the City.

The 2020 Census is important for the City of Montrose. 
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The City of Montrose is looking for a member to serve on the Election Commission

This individual must be at least 18 years of age and a registered voter within the State of MI.  The election commission meets once prior to each election and is responsible for appointing the slate of election inspectors working each election.  Each meeting lasts approximately ½ hour and the pay is $15 per meeting.

For further inquiries, please contact the City of Montrose Clerk Tina Rush at (810) 639-6168 ext. 3

In accordance with Federal law and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, sex and familial status.  (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.)  Hearing or speech impaired services available by dialing 711.

To file a complaint of discrimination, write to: USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-5694 (TDD).

The City of Montrose Now Offers Notary Services!
Notary services will be provided pursuant to the laws of the State of Michigan.

Notaries acting on the behalf of the City of Montrose: 

Costs are $5.00 for resident and $7.00 for non-resident per document.

Will only notarize documents written in English, or with the English translation attached. Notarize completed documents, which shall not contain blanks.  Not notarize copies of passports, I-9 forms, closing documents, trusts or wills. Confirm the identity of all individuals requesting notary service against a government issued photo identification card.  Act as a witness to and notarize the same document. Not certify or notarize that a record is an original or a true copy of another record. We reserve the right to refuse to notarize any document.


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City of Montrose, Michigan
The City of Montrose mission is to provide the citizens and business community effective municipal services while maintaining our sense of community values.

  The city has assembled links to state and local governments and other institutions to formulate a comprehensive collection of documents, laws, and information to serve your needs.  Our objectives are to increase awareness, to encourage development, to examine issues, facilitate exchange of information, to promote our interests and to assist and support our citizens.



        All persons or entities engaged in Home Occupations within the City of Montrose, must apply for a Home Occupation permit with the City of Montrose Clerk.  Definition of Home Occupation is “a gainful occupation conducted in a dwelling unit as an activity clearly incidental and secondary to the use of the building as a dwelling unit”.  Permits for Home Occupations may be issued by the Planning Board or its designee, provided the Home Occupation is in compliance with City of Montrose Ordinance No. 306, (As amended by Ordinance No. 338 & 407).  Failure to comply with the registration requirements of Ordinance No. 306 may result in enforcement, penalties, and other remedies. All persons with Home Occupations are asked to register with the City Offices located at 139 S. Saginaw Street, Montrose, MI  48457.

        For further information, please call the City Office at (810) 639-6168, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., or you may e-mail the City Treasurer at treasurer@cityofmontrose.us

Home Occupation Permit Application

Genesee County Home Improvement Program

Title VI Non-Discrimination Plan

Click here for a Building Permit

Burn Permit

2018 Water Quality Report for the City of Montrose

2018/2019 Audit

City of Montrose 2019/2020 Fiscal Year Budget


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Rose Pest Solutions would like to remind residents to empty standing water from containers from the recent rainfall. Containers would include kid pools, bird baths, boats and tarps. 

Please do your part to help eliminate Mosquito Breeding locations.


Any questions or concerns Regarding Mosquito Control,please call Rose Pest Solutions at 1-800-437-6938.

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Citizen of the Month
February 2020 

                 Aiden Putnam

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2020 Siren Schedule

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City of Montrose
139 S. Saginaw Street
Montrose, MI 48457



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