Welcome to the New Buffalo Michigan Township online resource
2010 Consumer Confidence Report
General facts about your Township Water.
Everyday New Buffalo, Michigan Township strives to provide their Township water customers with the safest drinking water possible. This report will show that we have been meeting those goals. The Township purchases its drinking water from Michigan City, Indiana. We also pump City of New Buffalo water into our system for use at the Four Winds Casino. Both those communities use Lake Michigan as their source for water. This classifies the Township as a “Surface Water System”. Your distribution system consists of (2) booster pumping stations, (1) 500,000 gallon water tower (Four Winds) and over 50 miles of various size watermain. For future demand we also have the ability to install (2) 1,000,000 gallon ground storage tanks at the state-line pumping facility.
|New Years Day||Tuesday, January 1|
|Martin Luther King Day||Monday, January 21|
|President's Day||Monday, February 18|
|Spring Holiday||Friday, March 29|
|Memorial Day||Monday, May 27|
|4th of July||Thursday, July 4|
|Labor Day||Monday, September 2|
|Veterans' Day||Monday, November 11|
|Thanksgiving||Thursday, November 28|
|Day after Thanksgiving||Friday, November 29|
|Christmas Holiday||Tuesday, December 24|
|Christmas Holiday||Wednesday, December 25|
|New Years Eve||Tuesday, December 31|
PARK EVENTS SCHEDULE 2013 IS IN !!!!
including Wednesday's Music in the Park
- click/open the News & Events link
located in the upper left of this page
to view all the events offered such as art/photography classes, yoga classes, family campout, kid activities and seasonal activities and more
Pavilion Rental for Township Residents begins Jan. of the current year followed
by non-residents beginning in April of the current year.
Contact the Township Hall Office
Is open to the public from
9:00 a.m. to dusk
from Memorial Day to Labor Day
Yes, it's free!!!
Please keep in mind our park is a smoke,alcohol and pet free environment.
Parking is limited.
You wonder what your zone is and the corresponding pick-up dates for your recycling bins?
Take a look at www.lakeshorerecycle.com
Help for SouthWest Michigan
- a non-profit organization dedicated to helping community residents utilize resources and agencies to gain self-sufficiency.
Township Board meetings:
third Monday of the month at 7pm
first Tuesday of the month at 8pm
Zoning Board of Appeals:
second Tuesday, only if hearing is scheduled, at 10am
second Tuesday, of the month at 8:30am
second Thursday, 9:30am (As needed)
Galien River Sewer Authority:
fourth Wednesday 10:00am
Pine Grove Cemetery:
First Tuesday of every third month 4pm
|For a more detailed meeting schedule visit the Meetings Page.|