The Village Offices are still closed to all public until further notice.
At this time, staff will still report to work under reduced hours, in accordance with Governor Whitmer's Executive Order, to serve our residents by phone, email, mail, and dropbox. Only staff members will be allowed to enter the building. Monday through Friday, from 9 AM - 1 PM, we will continue to issue permits, and conduct business as essential services as best as we can, but will need to make some procedural and operational changes to protect our staff and the public. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Applicants, residents, property owners, and contractors are welcomed to call the Village of Fowlerville Offices at 517-223-3771 regarding the status of current permits or applications for new permits. You are also welcomed to leave a message in the general voicemail through the automated phone system.
We will be assessing the situation on a regular basis and will adjust our approach based on recommendations from public health authorities.
The Police and Fire Departments are taking all the necessary precautions when responding to calls. At this time, the departments will be staffed and can handle most business by phone or e-mail. The dispatch phone located outside the Church Street building entrance is also available.
We apologize for the added inconvenience of temporarily not being able to continue fingerprinting or notary services. Please consider E-notary services or making an appointment through the Secretary of State Offices, if these services are essential to sustain or protect life.
Please stay informed. Be safe. Stay healthy.
For additional resources regarding novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), please use the following links:
Michigan Governor Whitmer's Stay Home Order
This order takes effect on March 24, 2020, at 12:01 AM, and continues through April 13,
2020 at 11:59 PM.