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Mt. Pleasant releases updated city operations during COVID-19 outbreak

The city of Mount pleasant releases an updated outline of city operations that are still up and running during the COVID-19 outbreak

Mount Pleasant continues to follow the COVID-19 prevention guidelines while still providing their citizens with necessary city services. 

City parks such as Island Park and Deerfield Nature Park are open, according to a City of Mount Pleasant press release, however park restroom facilities are closed 

Trash pick-up is also still taking place. However curbside recycling is suspended due to the Materials Recovery Facility being closed. Recycling fees have been waived on citizen’s April, May and June utility bills.   

Mount Pleasant City Commissioners will host public meetings virtually to abide by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's executive order advising against of large group events. Citizens can watch meetings live on Spectrum Charter Channel 188, through webstream, or via Zoom. Any citizen who wishes to  make a public comment must send an email to The next city commission meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on June 8.

The city’s decisions are guided by information provided by the Central Michigan District Health Department.

Further information about the city’s operation during the quarantine will be updated and shared via the city’s website, blog, Facebook and Twitter accounts, Charter Spectrum Channel 188, and the Community Information phone line at (989) 779-5320.