50°F

Fair
humidity:82%
N at 0 mph
Sunday 54°F  /  73°F
Monday 54°F  /  71°F

Quick Reference

Wakefield Municipal Building                                                              

509 Sunday Lake Street, Wakefield MI, 49968

Monday - Friday (8:00 AM- 4:30 PM)

(906) 229-5131

ext. 1001 (Utility Info)

ext. 1002 (Clerk's Office)

ext. 1003 (Manager's Office)

ext. 1004 (Taxes/Treasurer)

FOR AFTER HOUR EMERGENCIES, PLEASE CALL (906) 667-0203.

Wakefield Public Library

Library Survey Results

Dear Residents:

 Thank you to City and Township residents who submitted library surveys. The intent was to determine the demand for different types of library services and whether or not taxpayers desire to keep the library in its current location, or to consider the large gymnasium space at the Wakefield Municipal Building. Should the Library Board make a request to move, a decision will not be rendered until the City has finalized the purchase of the Wakefield Municipal Building. In the meantime, the City Council is seeking public input and appreciates your effort in filling out the survey.

 Please contact the City at (906) 229-5131 with any questions or concerns related to the survey.

 

Margot Anderson, City Manager

American Legion Post #11

Phone number: 906-229-5222

605 River Street, Wakefield, Michigan

Wakefield Revitalization/Beautification

The Revitalization/Beautification Committee is seeking monetary donations for year-round Revitalization/Beautification projects. Projects include: flower baskets, business signs, benches, pocket parks, painting, waste receptacles, etc.

Please send your monetary donations to: The Revitalization/Beautification Committee in care of the Wakefield Public Library, 401 Hancock Street, Wakefield, MI  49968.

4th of July Donations

Please send your financial donations to the Wakefield 4th of July Committee, P.O. Box 23, Wakefield, Michigan 49968-0023. You can also drop them in 4th of July donation box at Wakefield News-Bessemer Pick & Axe or Visitor Center. As in the past, donations and messages will be listed in Wakefield News-Bessemer Pick & Axe.

Useful Links

Freedom of Information Act Form & Policy (FOIA)

FOIA Form & Policy changes are expected prior to July 1, 2015 to meet Law requirements.

FOIA Form & Policy

MML President Dick Bolen in the review

MML the review

CITY NEWSLETTER

City Newsletter

Building Permit

Please click for a Building Permit Application. Building Permits are required to all structural changes, including roofs. No building permits are required for replacement of windows or doors that are the same size or siding.

Please contact the City Clerk's office at (906) 229-5131 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

The City's Building Inspector is Butch Saari and his contact number is (906) 932-5979.

Links

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!
State of MI
Gogebic County
Health Department
Wakefield Township
MI State Police
State Representative
Daily Globe
Visit Wakefield
MI Municipal League
Next Generation
Keenagers Corporation
Recruiting Retirees
Get Around Western U.P.
Sunday Lake Apartments
Lakeside Memorial Chapel
First National Bank of Wakefield/Bessemer
Wakefield Chamber of Commerce
County Road 513 Named in Top Ten Best Rides
NIKE names Porcupine Mountains BEST PLACE ON EARTH TO RUN!
UPWARD Business Plan
Local Job Opportunities

Other Job Opportunities

 

City Events

Mon May 25 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
Closed for Holiday
Mon May 25 @ 5:30PM -
Council Meeting
Tue May 26 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
COUNCIL MEETING

pdficon large   Title VI

 
pdficon large  MDOT Act 51

 

Utility Notices

Billing Dates

Bills are mailed on the 1st of each month and are due by the 20th of the month. A $10 penalty is added after this due date and service must be discontinued on the 6th day of delinquency in accordance with Council regulations.

Payment Options

Utility bills can be paid at City Hall or mailed to us at 311 Sunday Lake St. There is a night deposit drop box on the south side of City Hall for your convenience. Do NOT use cash for payments put in the drop box.

High Utility Bills?

Large culprits for high water readings are toilets: If your water bill is unusually high, please check your toilets. This can be done by putting a few drops of food coloring in the tank and not using the toilet for a few hours. If you see color in the toilet after no use, your toilet IS leaking. You may not hear it, but it can be leaking up to 20,000 gallons of water a MONTH.

If your electric is running high, please check your water heater first (if you are not using space heaters). Typically you can see a pattern of your electrical usage gradually inclining when a heating element is not working properly.

2012 Citizen’s Guide to The City of Wakefield’s Financial Health

pdficon large