Upcoming Events in the Village

Thank you for your patience and support during these unprecedented times. The following information on local events is being updated as new information becomes available. Please follow and check with individual event organizers for safety requirements based on the recommendations to comply with extended Executive Orders and adhere to the safety measures suggested by the local health departments and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as deemed necessary.

-The Village of Fowlerville

Fowlerville 4th of July Festivities to be postponed until Labor Day

On May 26, (Fowlerville) Village Council Meeting, Village Attorney, David Stoker informed the council that, at this time, all of the scheduled 4th of July activities (parade, fireworks) would likely be in violation of the Stay Home, Stay Safe initiative (Inclusive of all Executive Orders) put in place by Gov. Whitmer. The board and its 4th of July committee (at the advisement of the council) are postponing their 4th of July activities.

“There is not a greater day that defines us as a country, or our freedom, than our beloved 4th of July. Our committee is already working on plans to move forward and hopefully, we can reschedule our events for later this summer. Labor Day Weekend is a possible solution to host our events.”

Brandon Denby, Fowlerville 4th of July Committee - Chairman  

If you have any questions feel free to contact the Village Office or the 4th of July Committee:
Fowlerville Village Office 
Fowlerville 4th of July Committee

Brandon Denby - Chairman
Or on Facebook @ Livingston County Fireworks

Maria's School of Dance

Maria's School of Dance is providing a fun opportunity for family and friends of all ages to have a good time dancing in the park while still social distancing.  

A 60 x 54 grid with numbers in them will be painted on the lawn.   (10 squares across, 9 deep)  You can stand in any square you choose but please do not change once you pick your square.  Please bring your own water bottles and keep them in your square.  

For further details, including how to sign up, please follow this link:

Jazzercise (and Junior Jazzercise!) in the Park - July & August 2020


For class, you will need hand-held weights and water to hydrate.  Dress comfortable and for the weather. Centennial Park offers shade, but evening classes may have a delayed start due to the heat index. All social distancing and safety measures will be taken seriously. Come have fitness-fun at Centennial Park! 

For further details, including how to sign up, please follow this link:

Silent Auction Fundraiser to Benefit The Guest House of Fowlerville - Saturday, August 15th, 2020

International Overdose Awareness Day - Event & Candlelight Vigil - August 31st, 2020 at Centennial Park

Household Hazardous Waste Event Information – Appointments Required

The Livingston County Solid Waste Program has been able to put together a limited schedule of 2020 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events. There will be 2 events this year – both tentatively in the Howell area.  They will be held on, Saturday, July 18th, and Saturday, September 19th.  Please make sure to watch for updates in case current events cause any changes to this schedule. 

The events will have appointments from 9 AM until 12:30 PM The events provide a free and convenient opportunity for residents to safely eliminate unwanted household hazardous materials from their home, workshop, and garage.  For a complete list of acceptable materials, go to the website at  Acceptable Materials attachment will also be emailed with the online confirmation. 

Items can only be dropped off on event days and only with a REQUIRED APPOINTMENT. 

Online scheduling is offered.  Below are links to the events.  Event location and maps will be sent a few days before each event.  The TENTATIVE event location will be emailed also after you schedule your drop off time. In the event you cannot schedule online, residents may call the office between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to schedule an appointment. Due to a limited schedule, PLEASE do not sign up for more than one HHW event for 2020.

September 19, 2020, HHW Sign Up – will be opened for scheduling at a later date

These events are made possible through the Livingston County Drain Commissioner and the Livingston County Board of Commissioners.  The collections are free to all Livingston County residents, although donations will be accepted to support the program. (Due to Covid-19 we will not be able to give change or receipts)

You must schedule an appointment to take advantage of these events as there is limited availability.  Please email  or call 517-545-9609 if you have any questions.


  • Rain Barrel and Compost Bin Event – Online Registration is open – closes August 17th with pick up on August 22nd
  • E-SCRAP – Electronics – Still To Be Determined
  • 2020 Scrap Tire CollectionSponsored by the Solid Waste Program of the Livingston County Drain Commissioner on October 3, 2020:

 A FREE scrap tire collection for Livingston County RESIDENTS
to responsibly dispose of car and light truck tires will be held by registration only on Saturday, October 3, 2020, from 9 AM to 1 PM. This event is sponsored by a grant from the EGLE (Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy) and is coordinated by the Solid Waste Program within the Livingston County Drain Commissioner’s office.  There is a limit of 10 tires per resident address. Register at: 2020 Scrap Tire Collection Sign Up  The location of the collection in Howell will be given once the required registration is received.  Registration will require name, resident’s township/city/village, phone number, address, email, the number of tires on rims, and the number of tires not on rims.  Space is limited, so please give a 48-hour notice if you cannot use your registration. 

Only tires from Livingston County residents with registrations will be accepted.  If you have more than 10 passenger/light truck tires, or if you have larger tires (tractor, semi-tractor/trailer, etc.) please mark in the comments of the registration and someone will respond to your questions as soon as possible. Contact the Drain Commissioner’s office for questions/additional information at 517-546-0040. The Full Link is:
Questions to:

Reading Trail At Fowlerville Community Park (walking path) now until October 2020
Families visiting the Fowlerville Community Park can walk a new trail that will sharpen children’s minds while adding to healthy exercise and family time.

The Livingston County United Way’s Women United Committee launched their first Reading Trail, at Settler’s Park in Hartland recently and are now offering a Reading Trail in the Fowlerville community.

Visitors will find pages from the children’s book “Buzzy the Bumblebee,” written by local author Denise Brennan-Nelson, installed as framed signs along the paved walking path. Families can follow the walking path around Fowlerville Community Park, read the story, and perform physical activities and challenges as they read each sign. 

Please safely enjoy this fun activity while social distancing as other households participate. Thank you to Livingston County United Way and the Women United Committee for offering the Reading Trail to our local park! Fowlerville families and visitors can enjoy the activity until the beginning of October during regular park hours, from 6 AM to 9 PM daily.

Please contact the Village of Fowlerville Offices to include your organization's event