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New Rates coming Soon

No Current RFP/RFQ's

Overall, The Village of Cass City is in sound financial shape. The council and management have created budgets for our times. The orginal budget is set in December of each preceding year. Management is in constant contact with local and state departments, analyzing trends, forcasts, the housing market, and business activity. Even though the number of residents have decreased over the past years, and the dollars become more limited, the Village of Cass City dashboard focuses on areas that are positive or neutral, but not negative. Street funding is funded by tax revenues, Act 51 payments, MDOT reimbursement of M-81 maintenance, local bridge tax, and a local special assessment for the Northwood Meadows Street contrsuction. Lastly, the Village of Cass City does not offer a Retirement Health Plan or Pension to its retirees. Retirement Contributions are paid into a 401K Retirement at 10% employer contribution / 4% employee contribution.

2024 Coming Soon

The Village of Cass City is proud to have partners in offering accessibility to the high-speed internet in the area. Charter Communications offers up to 7G cable speeds, Air Advantage offers wireless connections are various speeds, and AT&T and Thumb Cellular offer aircard internet packages for those seeking portability.

Cass City is very fortunate to have several partners in attracting professionals with undergraduate degrees. Cass City High School boasts 95% of its graduates in post-secondary education. Walbro Engine Management, LLC, Millennium Industries, Marshall Distributing, Inc, Hills and Dales General Hospital, Cass City Public Schools, Rawson Memorial District Library, and the Village of Cass City are some of the local employers hiring engineers, teachers, doctors, accountants, and nurses in the local area.

As with many communities in Michigan, infrastructure in the Village of Cass City is a constant concern. Management continues to seek improvements yearly, and with the pursuit of grant funding from Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), the Village of Cass City has replaced and also installed new sidewalk and street lighting, as part of the Safe Routes to School program. During the past five years, the Village of Cass City has repaired a storm sewer collapse and subsequent repaving and recurbing of Church Street, repaved and recurbed Garfield Avenue, demolished and rebuilt the DPW Building as an add-on to the Arsenic Removal Treatment Plant, and continually apply rubber crack sealing to its streets to extend its use.



The Village of Cass City is conveniently Located on M-81,
in the center of Michigan's Thumb, which is just four miles West of M53. 

6506 Main Street, Cass City, MI 48726

Office Hours: 8:00am-4:30pm
Lobby Hours: 9:00am-4:00pm
Closed Daily From 12:00-1:00pm 

Phone: 989-872-2911