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REGULAR Town Board Meeting: Tuesday, July 5, 2022 | Election Committee Agendas & Minutes | More Information: Agendas  , Minutes  , Schedules

Ken Horn's office recently scheduled office hours for Monday, June 27.


Bearcat Blvd. will be tentatively closed on June 27th for approximately 3 days for culvert repairs, weather permitting.

Road striping on the roads that were recently chip sealed will be done in August.

It's time to snap your fingers and tap your toes, and maybe tune up your singing voice!

A REMINDER on GIS Mapping: The images provided by SAGA on this site are meant for informational reference purposes only. When looking at the information on the map, there can be up to a 10 foot margin of error in relation to where the parcel lines are shown on the map and how the aerial photography is displayed under the parcel layer on the maps.

Starting on Thursday, May 26th there were two devastating, fatal fires at an apartment complex on King Road within 24 hours of each other. For the fire victims’ urgent needs the Red Cross provided various services and financial support during the first week following the fire; however, as that support is reduced the community at-large wanted to do something to help the apartment complex residents with their remaining immediate needs. Therefore a monetary donation site has been set up through First Baptist Church of Bridgeport to help the fire victims. The church is also accepting drop-offs of gift cards to its main office.

If you are interested in donating to the fire victims the donation drive is running now until Sunday, June 19th. You can donate HERE.

Please contact the First Baptist Church at (989) 777-0210 with any questions regarding this donation drive. For in-person monetary or gift card drop-offs the church is located at 2400 King Rd, Saginaw, MI 48601 and is generally open most days from 8 am until 5 pm

Thank you for your interest in helping the residents of the King apartment complex as they rebuild and recover from this tragic event.