The Community Leadership Team put together a new and improved website as a result of the First Impression Tourism (FIT) project. Visit www.stclairontheriver.com to discover and explore the City of St. Clair.
Michigan State University students are working on a project regarding school reuse in St. Clair. A public outreach meeting will be held Wednesday, March 24 @5pm in the Municipal building 547 N. Carney Drive, St. Clair Mi 48079. At this time, in-person attendance is limited to 25 people however virtual participation is...
Letters of interest to represent Ward 2 as Council Member are now being accepted. The term will be for the remainder of the current term that expires December 31, 2022.
Letters must be received by the City Clerks office no later than 4:30pm Friday, April 16, 2021.
Survey opportunity! Students from Michigan State University are working on a project regarding school reuse in St. Clair. The current closure of Eddy Elementary and future closure of Gearing Elementary offers the opportunity for study. Please consider completing this survey to help gauge what the community is looking for: https://forms.gle/gx68SQcyfBDS6khVA
Due to a water main break-Until further notice--Boil water alert for homes on Jay Street between 4th and 6th. In-person notification to these residents is occurring now. Please call the Water Plant @329-5276 with questions.
Water Main Break: 2/24/2021 affecting homes Jay between 4th and 6th
St. Clair Police Department: The City of St. Clair will be under a snow emergency from 6pm this evening, February 15, 2021, until 6pm Tuesday, February 16, 2021. This means you CANNOT park on the St. Clair city streets during this time period so the city plows can do their work. Vehicles left...
Attention St. Clair citizens!If you have experienced any sort of damage to your residence due to the ice/flooding, please follow the link to complete this survey. Thank you from the St. Clair Police Department.
A seasonal reminder:
The Snow Emergency Ordinance prohibits parking on any City street when snow exceeds or is expected to exceed 4 inches. The declaration of a snow emergency will be broadcast by numerous local media sources and outlets.
Update: Repair Complete- for further details please call the Water Plant at 329-5276 or DPW 329-5277 during regular office hours or the SCPD non-emergency line 329-5710 after regular office hours.
Approximately 12:30pm 1/8/21: A broken water main on 10th Street and Cedar Street has been reported....