Bag tags must be attached and visible for each trash bag that is set to the curb. Trash not in bags or not tagged will not be collected and can be subject to the Village of Edmore Blight Ordinance.
Deputy Trent Moeggenberg of the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office has been recently assigned to serve the Village of Edmore. He has worked in law enforcement for the last 14 years including the Howard City and Home Township Police Departments. His goal is to create the safest community that he can. If you have any questions, concerns, problems, or just want to speak with him, he can be reached a variety of ways. If you see Deputy Moeggenberg out and about feel free to hello. To learn more about Deputy Moeggenberg, and his contact information please click here http://www.edmore.org/?page_id=39
Just a reminder… code enforcement will be working with the Montcalm Sheriff Department this spring to ensure the blight ordinance is enforced. Officials will work with residents to eliminate blight which includes rubbish, weeds/grass and non-operable/non-plated vehicles. Code enforcement reminds that it is the responsibility of property owners to properly maintain lots. If you have question or a complaint please contact the village office. Working together we can all minimize blight and enjoy a safe neighborhoods.
Residents must have their refuse placed curbside by no later than
May 10, 2016 as Waste Management will begin pickup and will only make one pickup at each residence. If you live on a street with curb and gutter please be kind to your neighbors downstream by not placing debris piles near storm grates. Please break down refuse to allow for ease of handling. Refuse placed in the right-of-way after May 10th may be subject to a Civil Infraction Ticket.
If you have questions about the Spring Cleanup Program, please call the village at