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Incident number: 2020-03749Type of emergency: Elevator motor fireIncident date: 7/2/2020Alarm time: 7:48 a.m.Address/location: 165 N. Washington Ave. - Fieldstone Center
Occupied? YesOwner: Bronson Hospital
Probable cause (if known): Overheated motorStructu...
A corner of the State Street parking lot downtown opens to outdoor dining on Thursday, July 2, to help local restaurants and their supporters enjoy dining out safely, while continuing to observe social distancing guidelines.
The State Street Commons is a t...
June 13, 2020FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
City of Battle Creek facilities begin limited reopening
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — The City of Battle Creek City Hall and Police Department buildings will reopen to the public on Monday, June 15, on a limited basis.
All 38,000-plus registered voters in the City of Battle Creek will receive absentee ballot applications by mail, so they can easily take part in the Aug. 4 primary election and Nov. 3 general election; they were mailed last week and are arriving in voter ...
Those interested in running for a position on the Battle Creek City Commission in the Nov. 3 election now can begin collecting petition signatures – as of Monday.
All nine seats on the commission are available this year.
At-large and mayoral candi...
Las oficinas administrativas de la Ciudad permanecerán cerradas en estas días festivos en 2020 –
The city’s administrative offices will be closed on the following days in 2020.
Please watch for reminders on the city’s online calendar, at battlecreekmi.gov, and on social media.
Calhoun County courts continue to conduct remote hearings via Zoom.
If you are a witness or victim in a case, and received a subpoena for court, we are sharing the instructions you need to connect. These were provided by the Calhoun County Witnes...
The city’s annual water quality report – using data collected in 2019 – is now available for viewing.
The report is available on the city’s website, battlecreekmi.gov/2019waterqualityreport. From the home page, also ...
Starting today – Tuesday, April 7 – Consumers Energy will begin a five-month electrical upgrade project on Jackson Street downtown, which will temporarily close McCamly Street, then Capital Avenue SW.
The work closing McCamly today also...
City will hold Movies in the Park in July, August.
The city’s Recreation Department will open the vehicle gate to Willard Beach on Wednesday, and is preparing Bailey Park for summer programming. We also will show two Movies in the Park.
Check out the details:
Services will improve efficiency, bring cost savings.
Battle Creek Transit has service changes coming in July to Rolling Hills/Bedford Manor and the Emmett Street area, to improve efficiency, and see some cost savings.
The Public Transportation Committee approved both changes at its May 26 meeting.
Several BC Transit routes will detour during McCamly closure.