1. Lorraine Street Road Closure 5-15-2017

    May 18, 2017 Update: Lorraine Street is open to traffic. May 15, 2017: A portion of Lorraine Street has been temporarily closed for repair of a broken storm sewer pipe. Homes to the north of the Lorraine St. closure are accessible from Carpenter Street. Read on...
  2. 2016 Annual Report Available

    The City of Marlette's 2016 Annual Report is available for download on the City's website. Read on...
  3. Carpenter Street Extension Open to Traffic

    The City of Marlette is pleased to announce that the Carpenter Street extension is now open to traffic. The project connected the east and west sides of Carpenter Street, which were previously separated by a ditch. Read on...
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  1. Memorial Day Information
    The Marlette VFW, Post 4837, will visit the following cemeteries in the Marlette area on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, 2017.  A parade to the Marlette Cemetery will begin at approximately 11:00 a.m., forming near Main and Euclid Street, proceeding to the cemetery, and concluding with a ceremony at the Solider Mound in the cemetery.

    VFW Post 4837
    Memorial Day Schedule
    Monday, May 29, 2017

    Schedule of cemeteries is as follows:
    7:15 - St. Patrick's Catholic Cemetery
    7:30 - Siple Cemetery
    8:15 - Moshier Cemetery
    9:00 - Germania Cemetery
    9:30 - Juhl Cemetery
    9:45 - Flynn/Kerr Cemetery
    10:00 - McLeish Cemetery
    11:00 - Parade to Marlette Cemetery

    At the Marlette Cemetery:
    Post colors
    National Anthem
    Opening Prayer
    Commander's Welcome
    Closing Prayer
    21-Gun Salute
    Retirement of Colors

    Ordinances Being Considered for Adoption

    The City Council of the City of Marlette is considering several ordinance amendments for adoption that would amend the Code of Ordinances. The Code of Ordinances book has not been updated in over a decade. The public can view the proposed changes by clicking the Chapter Title linked below. These are draft versions of the proposed ordinances. The changes are shown in red text. If the red text has a strikethrough, it is a proposed deletion. If the red text is underlined, it is a proposed additional. Also linked below is a companion memorandum that provides further explanation of each proposed change. It is suggested that the public read the memorandum and the proposed ordinances side-by-side. A first reading of the ordinances will occur on April 3, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the City Council meeting. A second reading is scheduled for May 1, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the City Council meeting.

    Companion Memorandum to Ordinances Changes
    Chapter 2 - Administration
    Chapter 10 - Animals
    Chapter 14 - Buildings and Building Regulations
    Chapter 18 - Businesses
    Chapter 22 - Cemeteries
    Chapter 26 - Community Development
    Chapter 34 - Environment
    Chapter 38 - Fire Prevention and Protection
    Chapter 44 - Municipal Civil Infractions
    Chapter 46 - Offenses
    Chapter 50 - Solid Waste
    Chapter 54 - Special Assessments
    Chapter 58 - Streets, Sidewalks and Certain Other Public Places
    Chapter 66 - Traffic and Vehicles
    Chapter 74 - Vegetation

    Click the links below to view documents: