Muskegon County Wastewater will be closed
Monday, March 16, 2020 through Sunday, May 31, 2020
The Muskegon County Wastewater Management System Offices will remain closed to the public through May 31, 2020 in our continued efforts to help stop the spread of the COVID-19/coronavirus and to protect the overall health of our citizens, families, and employees. Essential services will remain in operation during this time. We will of course, still be receiving piped and hauled waste as well as accepting business deliveries.
The external areas of the site will still be accessible to visitors, but the Administration Building and all other Wastewater Buildings will be closed. We will not be issuing visitors or bird watching passes during this time period inside the office, but you may still apply for a pass online and we will place it in the mailbox on the side of the building. Go to our website: mcresourcerecoverycenter.com to complete your application. We request that all visitors and birdwatchers observe all recommended social distancing practices when visiting our facility.
Our restrooms will also be unavailable to the public.
If you have a scheduled appointment with our staff or are planning to visit our offices for business-related activities as listed above, please ring the bell located at the Administration Building front or rear door or call (231) 215-8297. Wastewater personnel will be monitoring email and voicemail during the closure, so this may be an alternative way of contacting us during this time period. You may also leave a message at our main number: (231) 724-3440. – Thank you for your understanding.

For statewide and national information on the virus, visit Michigan.gov/Coronavirus or CDC.gov/Coronavirus

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