Call for Bids
Springdale Township is accepting sealed bid for the removal and replacement of the township hall’s existing side door entry ramp and railings, with construction to begin in the spring of 2020 depending on the weather conditions.
Bid specifications are available from the clerk at 231-970-9384 and can either be emailed directly to you or mailed by USPS.
Must furnish proof of liability insurance.
Clearly mark your envelope “Sealed Bid”. Mail to Springdale Township, PO Box 117, Copemish, MI 49625 or deliver by hand to the clerk. Bids must be received by the clerk no later than the township regularly scheduled meeting at 7:30 p.m. on March 9, 2020.
Springdale Township Clerk
P.O. Box 117
Copemish, MI 49625
As of July 1, 2018 the Springdale Township Assessor is Jared Litwiller. Jared is with Brown & Associates Assessing, 3710 W. Hawley Rd., Ludington, MI 49431. He may be reached at 1-888-714-9288. Jared will also be processing Land Divisions (splits).
The recycling site for Springdale Township residents is the Springdale Township Hall (corner of Healy Lake and Glovers Lake Roads). Residents may also recycle at any of the PA69 County Recycling sites located in Copemish, Kaleva, Onekama, Arcadia or Brown Townships.
Your recyclables should always be kept loose when put into the green recycling containers at the six drop-off locations. Plastic bags are not accepted in the Manistee Couty PA69 Recyclig Program and should never be placed in the green recycling containers, even if they contain accepted recyclables. Recycle unwanted plastic bags at a local retail store or dispose of them with your trash.
Although paper and cardboard will be accepted at this site, it is hoped that residents will continue to use the trailer at the Betsie Valley School for cardboard. Through a generous donation by Packaging Corporation of America (PCA), students earn money for school programs when cardboard is recycled in the school trailers.
For more information call the toll-free recycling hotline 855-2GOZERO.
Not sure if you can recycle something? Check this out!
This page last updated on 1/19/2020.