Public Announcements and Upcoming Events
Thanks to a generous donation, the feral cat trap and release program will be redone this year in an effort to keep down the feral cat population.
You can read the news release from the Leslie Veterinary Hospital below.
Grants Available for Leslie Organizations from Len Family Charitable Fund:
-The Len Charitable Fund was created by the Len Family in partnership with the Capital Area Community Foundation to provide Leslie nonprofit organizations with grants. The Len Charitable Fund is an endowment fund that will serve the Leslie Community in perpetuity. Grant applications are due November 22nd. For information, please call Aaron Desentz at 589-8236. Click here for application.
-Next City Council Meeting: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 7:00 pm, City Hall. Agenda
-The Ingham County Health Department offers household hazardous waste collection twice a week, May through September. County residents can drop off waste on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2-6 p.m., just behind the Human Services Building located at 5303 S. Cedar Street in Lansing. No appointment is needed and disposal is free.
-The City of Leslie is accepting applications for Russell Park pavilion and Tuttle Park Gazebo reservations. If you would like to reserve a pavilion for your event, please fill out an application at the City Offices at 106 E. Bellevue St or download the application on the "Forms" tab on the left.
-The City of Leslie publishes a bi-monthly e-newsletter via email. The newsletter is full of information about City business and events. If you are interested in receiving the free e-newsletter please email City Manager Aaron Desentz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Interested in the growth and future development of your City? Do you have a passion for community engagement? The City of Leslie has several openings on the Planning Commission. If you are interested please submit a letter of interest at the City Offices or contact us for more information at (517) 589-8236.
Message from City Manager, Aaron Desentz
In light of issues that the City of Flint has been struggling with regarding lead levels in their municipal water system, the City of Leslie would like to reassure its water utility customers that the City is in complete compliance with the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) standards for safe drinking water. The City treats the municipal water system with phosphates which block corrosion of lead and copper water lines. In September 2015 the City of Leslie conducted lead/copper testing of the municipal water system. In January 2016 the City conducted additional sample collection at the request of the DEQ to expand its sample size and ensure that the Ctiy's water source is not at risk of high levels of lead and/or copper. All of those tests indicated that the City's water source is not at risk of high levels of lead and/or copper. The city continues to work with industry experts and the DEQ to remedy the ongoing iron sediment issue that has been reported.
If you have any questions, please contact the City Offices at (517) 589-8236
We will be offering emailed water and sewer bills soon! Please fill out the Authorization Agreement and return to us.
Email Billing Authorization
Water Discount Policy
SNOW ORDINANCE NOTICE Click Here for Notice
For complete ordinance details see City Ordinance section on this website.
Leslie Community Pool Closure Press Release and Q & A
Pool closure information click here.
2015 City of Leslie Water Report(submitted in June for preceding year)
Trash & Recycling Schedule for 2015
Granger recycling info and schedule for 2015
City of Leslie Title VI Plan
Woodlawn Cemetery Memory Lane
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Leslie in the news
Leslie in the News
Understanding your property assessment under Proposal A
The City of Leslie is now offering an e-mail newsletter.
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