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Chief Of Police

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Water Quality Report

The City of Gaylord Water Quality Reports provide information on the drinking water quality for the City of Gaylord water system. Included in the reports are details about where the water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state standards.

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PFAS Report

The Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART) has undertaken a proactive effort to investigate sources and locations of PFAS contamination in Michigan, to protect our drinking water, and to inform the public about PFAS. This involves the work of ten state departments, in coordination with local and federal officials. 

This letter is intended to provide the results of PFAS analyses in samples collected from the city of Gaylord.

Gaylord Water & Sewer Rate Schedule

Properties Inside the City Limits

Classification Water Consumption Charger Per 100 Cubic Feet Monthly Water Base Charge Sewer Consumption Charge Per 100 Cubic Feet Monthly Sewer Base Charge Monthly Sewer main. Fee Charge Monthly Sewer Debt2 Charge Min Bill (No Ussage)
Residential $0.91 $8.25 $3.25 $12.01 $2.08 $3.06 $25.40
Institutional $0.91 $27.80 $3.25 $34.14 $9.15 $13.46 $84.55
Commercial $0.91 $23.66 $3.25 $29.51 $6.65 $9.79 $69.61
Manufacturing $0.91 $26.10 $3.25 $32.98 $8.52 $12.55 $80.15
Governmental $0.91 $8.85 $3.25 $21.39 $2.29 $3.37 $35.90

Properties Outside the City Limits

Classification Water Consumption Charger Per 100 Cubic Feet Monthly Water Base Charge Sewer Consumption Charge Per 100 Cubic Feet Monthly Sewer Base Charge Monthly Sewer main. Fee Charge Monthly Sewer Debt2 Charge Min Bill (No Ussage)
Residential $1.82 $16.50 $6.50 $24.02 $4.16 $6.12 $50.80
Institutional $1.82 $55.60 $6.50 $68.28 $18.30 $26.92 $169.10
Commercial $1.82 $47.32 $6.50 $59.01 $13.31 $19.58 $139.22
Manufacturing $1.82 $52.20 $6.50 $65.96 $17.04 $25.10 $160.30
Governmental $1.82 $17.70 $6.50 $42.79 $4.57 $6.74 $71.80

Community Financial Dashboard

View census, budget revenue & expenditure, data snapshots, and analytics pertaining to the City of Gaylord from years 2010 through 2020.

2021.2022 Recommended Budget

2021 Police and Fire Special Assessment Roll

 

 

For Job Applicants

Interested in working for the City of Gaylord? We get many calls throughout the year from people who want to fill out a job application for us to have on file. You can do so as well by clicking the button below.

For Current City Employees

The forms below may be useful for current city employees of Gaylord, should they need them.

Agreement Between City of Gaylord and Police Officers Labor Council

The purpose of this Agreement is to promote peaceful labor relations between the Employer and its employees; to facilitate prompt and peaceful adjustment of grievances between the parties; to provide for uniform wages and working conditions for all employees and to insure that the people of the City of Gaylord are provided with competent, courteous and efficient police services.

City Ordinances & Zoning

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Marijuana Committee

The City Council has selected an Ad Hoc Committee to hold meetings to discuss, review and potentially draft a new Marihuana Ordinance to replace the existing "Opt Out" ordinance which is currently in place in the City of Gaylord.

This nine (9) member Committee will conduct meetings to review information and with the assistance of the City Manager and City Attorney prepare a recommendation to assist the City Council and the Planning Commission to follow up on a way to possibly participate in the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA) within the City of Gaylord.

The ultimate goal of the Committee will be to:
1. Review the existing ordinance
2. Prepare any desired changes
3. Recommend those changes to the City Council

All meetings will be held at the Gaylord City Hall, 305 E. Main St., Gaylord, MI. in the City Council Chambers. Social distancing practices will be in effect. The City Council Chambers can accommodate up to 24 visitors seated and an additional 6 standing. Meetings will last an hour and a half and a public comment period will be allowed at each meeting. Agendas will be posted at least 48 hours before each meeting below. They will also be posted outside the City Hall in display cases.

 

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