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Payment Scam Alert

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Kathleen Newsham has been a resident of the City of Bay City for 56 years. She is a homemaker and works at Nelsen and Company. Kathleen is married, has three children, and five grandchildren. Mrs. Newsham has served the City of Bay City as an 8th Ward City Commissioner for 6-years; and was elected Mayor of the City of Bay City in November, 1997; and again as City Commissioner in 2003, which, in our community, is a non-partisan position. In 2015, Mrs. Newsham was once again re-elected as the Mayor.

Commissioner Newsham is active in various Citizens District Councils; Lions Club, Salvation Army, and Altar Society at St. Mary’s Church - - and is also a Eucharistic Minister and member of the Administration Commission.   Mrs. Newsham has served and is a current Board Member for the Tall Ships Committee; and is also on the Board of Directors for the St. Patrick’s Parade Association.   She is a community activist and volunteered for Paint-N-Pride, the Ed Golson Compost Day, the Boys and Girls Club “Just Say No to Drugs” March, and the new community beautification project with our Sister City, Goderich, Ontario, America’s in Bloom.

As Mayor, Commissioner Newsham presided over various community social functions and presented community leaders and volunteers with proclamations exemplifying their good work. She also performed many weddings throughout the City.

Notice of Public Hearing - Community Development Block Grant & HOME Program

Notice of Public Hearing - Community Development Block Grant & HOME Program

 

pdfNotice of Public Hearing

 

 

Martin Luther King Jr. - Holiday

Martin Luther King Jr. - Holiday

 

CITY OFFICES CLOSED MONDAY JANUARY 18 – REFUSE COLLECTION REMAINS ON SCHEDULE

January 14, 2016 – Bay City, MI – City Offices will be closed on Monday, January 18thin recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday.

 

Sanitation staff will maintain their normal pick up routes so as not to disrupt the regular refuse collection schedule. Place your trash and recycling curbside on your scheduled pick up day.

 

 

Public Safety Officer - Full Time

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City of Bay City Job Posting

January 13, 2016
Position Title:
Public Safety Officer
Union Group: Bay City Police Officers Association
Division/Department: Public Safety

 

FLSA:     Non-Exempt – Full time

Pay Level: $16.97/hour

Weekly Work Schedule: 40-hr week; evenings and weekends as necessary

 

Posting Begins: January 13, 2016
Posting Closes: February 12, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. (Applications will not be accepted past the deadline)

Qualified applicants will be highly motivated, career oriented, and have strong interpersonal skills. The City of Bay City, Michigan, is located near the Saginaw Bay at the juncture of two major freeways – U.S. 10 and I-75. The city, population 34,932 (2010 Census), is a major recreation and entertainment center, approximately 120 miles north of Detroit. As the county seat and largest municipality in Bay County, Bay City has been a center of commerce, industry, government and culture.

All Applicants must:

  1. Be at least 21 years of age.
  2. Be a United States Citizen.
  3. Possess at a minimum an Associate’s Degree or have 60 college credits, Bachelor's Degree preferred.
  4. Have no felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions will be considered on a case by case basis. No history of criminal or improper conduct. No poor employment or irresponsible financial history.
  5. Possess a valid Michigan driver's license. Within the last 36 months; must have had fewer than Eight (8) driving violations points; no more than one (1) chargeable accident; and no conviction for OWI [lifetime].
  6. Be Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) licensed. The Bay City Department of Public Safety accepts qualified out-of-state certified officers.
  7. Must possess certification as a Firefighter II, for Full-time employment
  8. Be of good moral character.
  9. Have not been dishonorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces.

 Required Documents:  Application Packet which includes the Application for Employment and Authorization for Release of Information for Employment Purposes

                                                Copy of Driver’s License
                                                Copy of Birth Certificate
                                                High School or GED Transcripts
                                                College Transcripts
                                                Training Academy Transcripts
                                                M.C.O.L.E.S. certification/training certificate or equivalent out-of-state cert.
                                                Firefighter 1 and Firefighter II certification (if certified)

Optional Documents:    Veteran, DD214 form (if applicable)

 Note to Applicants: The application and authorization for release of information must be filled out in detail. In the event that there is not sufficient space on the application for your answers, additional sheets must be attached. Read all statements and questions carefully before answering. All questions must be answered. In the event that a question does not apply to you, place the letters “n/a” in the space provided for the answer. It is the applicant’s responsibility to supply the above documents when returning the employment packet. It will not be accepted and/or processed unless copies of the above items are received.

 How to apply: Complete application packets may be faxed to 989-895-0916 or mailed to City of Bay City, Law Enforcement Center, 501 Third Street, Bay City, MI 48708.

 

EEO Statement: The City of Bay City does not discriminate in employment against persons based on age, color, disability, gender, familial status, height, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or weight.

 

 

 

Public Safety Officer - Part Time

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City of Bay City Job Posting


January 13, 2016
Position Title: Patrol Officer
Division/Department: Department of Public Safety

FLSA: Non-Exempt – Part time
Pay Level: $14.00/hour

Posting Begins: January 13, 2016
Posting Closes: February 12, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. (Applications will not be accepted past the deadline)

Qualified applicants will be highly motivated, career oriented, and have strong interpersonal skills. The City of
Bay City, Michigan, is located near the Saginaw Bay at the juncture of two major freeways – U.S. 10 and I-75.
The city, population 34,932 (2010 Census), is a major recreation and entertainment center, approximately 120
miles north of Detroit. As the county seat and largest municipality in Bay County, Bay City has been a center of
commerce, industry, government and culture.

All Applicants must:

1. Be at least 21 years of age.
2. Be a United States Citizen.
3. Possess at a minimum an Associate’s Degree or have 60 college credits, Bachelor's Degree
    preferred.
4. Have no felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions will be considered on a case by case basis.
    No history of criminal or improper conduct. No poor employment or irresponsible financial
    history.
5. Possess a valid Michigan driver's license. Within the last 36 months; must have had fewer than
    Eight (8) driving violations points; no more than one (1) chargeable accident; and no conviction for
    OWI [lifetime].
6. Be Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) licensed. The Bay City
    Department of Public Safety accepts qualified out-of-state certified officers.
7. Must possess certification as a Firefighter II, or the ability to obtain certification as a Firefighter II.
8. Be of good moral character.
9. Have not been dishonorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces.

Required Documents:

Application Packet which includes the Application for Employment and Authorization for Release of Information for Employment Purposes


Copy of Driver’s License
Copy of Birth Certificate
High School or GED Transcripts
College Transcripts
Training Academy Transcripts
M.C.O.L.E.S. certification/training certificate or equivalent out-of-state cert.
Firefighter 1 and Firefighter II certification (if certified)

Optional Documents: Veteran, DD214 form (if applicable)

Note to Applicants: The application and authorization for release of information must be filled out in detail.
In the event that there is not sufficient space on the application for your answers, additional sheets must be
attached. Read all statements and questions carefully before answering. All questions must be answered. In
the event that a question does not apply to you, place the letters “n/a” in the space provided for the answer.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to supply the above documents when returning the employment packet. It
will not be accepted and/or processed unless copies of the above items are received.

How to apply: Complete application packets may be faxed to 989-895-0916 or mailed to City of Bay City, Law
Enforcement Center, 501 Third Street, Bay City, MI 48708.

EEO Statement: The City of Bay City does not discriminate in employment against persons based on age, color,
disability, gender, familial status, height, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, race, religion,
sexual orientation, veteran status, or weight.

Water Main Break - Fixed, Street Open

Water Main Break - Fixed, Street Open

 Please note the following: 

 

The broken 6” water main, which caused the closure of Midland Street between Warner and Kiesel Streets, has been repaired and the roadway is now open to traffic.

 

Questions may be directed to Public Works Director Bill Bohlen at 894-8317. 

 

 

Water Main Break

Water Main Break

 

 

Please note the following Road Closure due to a Water Main Break in Bay City

 

City Water personnel in conjunction with City Streets personnel,  will close Midland Street from Warner to Keisel Streets until further notice due to a 6” inch water main break at the intersection of Raymond Street and Midland Street.   

 

Questions may be directed to our Public Works Director William Bohlen – 894-8317.

 

City Refuse Collection - Christmas and New Year

 City Refuse Collection - Christmas and New Year

pdfCity Refuse Collection - Christmas & New Year

Payment Scam Alert

Payment Scam Alert

pdfPayment Scam Alert - Press Release 


Kathleen Newsham has been a resident of the City of Bay City for 56 years. She is a homemaker and works at Nelsen and Company. Kathleen is married, has three children, and five grandchildren. Mrs. Newsham has served the City of Bay City as an 8th Ward City Commissioner for 6-years; and was elected Mayor of the City of Bay City in November, 1997; and again as City Commissioner in 2003, which, in our community, is a non-partisan position. In 2015, Mrs. Newsham was once again re-elected as the Mayor.

Commissioner Newsham is active in various Citizens District Councils; Lions Club, Salvation Army, and Altar Society at St. Mary’s Church - - and is also a Eucharistic Minister and member of the Administration Commission.   Mrs. Newsham has served and is a current Board Member for the Tall Ships Committee; and is also on the Board of Directors for the St. Patrick’s Parade Association.   She is a community activist and volunteered for Paint-N-Pride, the Ed Golson Compost Day, the Boys and Girls Club “Just Say No to Drugs” March, and the new community beautification project with our Sister City, Goderich, Ontario, America’s in Bloom.

As Mayor, Commissioner Newsham presided over various community social functions and presented community leaders and volunteers with proclamations exemplifying their good work. She also performed many weddings throughout the City.

Notice of Public Hearing - Community Development Block Grant & HOME Program

Notice of Public Hearing - Community Development Block Grant & HOME Program

 

pdfNotice of Public Hearing

 

 

Martin Luther King Jr. - Holiday

Martin Luther King Jr. - Holiday

 

CITY OFFICES CLOSED MONDAY JANUARY 18 – REFUSE COLLECTION REMAINS ON SCHEDULE

January 14, 2016 – Bay City, MI – City Offices will be closed on Monday, January 18thin recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday.

 

Sanitation staff will maintain their normal pick up routes so as not to disrupt the regular refuse collection schedule. Place your trash and recycling curbside on your scheduled pick up day.

 

 

Public Safety Officer - Full Time

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City of Bay City Job Posting

January 13, 2016
Position Title:
Public Safety Officer
Union Group: Bay City Police Officers Association
Division/Department: Public Safety

 

FLSA:     Non-Exempt – Full time

Pay Level: $16.97/hour

Weekly Work Schedule: 40-hr week; evenings and weekends as necessary

 

Posting Begins: January 13, 2016
Posting Closes: February 12, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. (Applications will not be accepted past the deadline)

Qualified applicants will be highly motivated, career oriented, and have strong interpersonal skills. The City of Bay City, Michigan, is located near the Saginaw Bay at the juncture of two major freeways – U.S. 10 and I-75. The city, population 34,932 (2010 Census), is a major recreation and entertainment center, approximately 120 miles north of Detroit. As the county seat and largest municipality in Bay County, Bay City has been a center of commerce, industry, government and culture.

All Applicants must:

  1. Be at least 21 years of age.
  2. Be a United States Citizen.
  3. Possess at a minimum an Associate’s Degree or have 60 college credits, Bachelor's Degree preferred.
  4. Have no felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions will be considered on a case by case basis. No history of criminal or improper conduct. No poor employment or irresponsible financial history.
  5. Possess a valid Michigan driver's license. Within the last 36 months; must have had fewer than Eight (8) driving violations points; no more than one (1) chargeable accident; and no conviction for OWI [lifetime].
  6. Be Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) licensed. The Bay City Department of Public Safety accepts qualified out-of-state certified officers.
  7. Must possess certification as a Firefighter II, for Full-time employment
  8. Be of good moral character.
  9. Have not been dishonorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces.

 Required Documents:  Application Packet which includes the Application for Employment and Authorization for Release of Information for Employment Purposes

                                                Copy of Driver’s License
                                                Copy of Birth Certificate
                                                High School or GED Transcripts
                                                College Transcripts
                                                Training Academy Transcripts
                                                M.C.O.L.E.S. certification/training certificate or equivalent out-of-state cert.
                                                Firefighter 1 and Firefighter II certification (if certified)

Optional Documents:    Veteran, DD214 form (if applicable)

 Note to Applicants: The application and authorization for release of information must be filled out in detail. In the event that there is not sufficient space on the application for your answers, additional sheets must be attached. Read all statements and questions carefully before answering. All questions must be answered. In the event that a question does not apply to you, place the letters “n/a” in the space provided for the answer. It is the applicant’s responsibility to supply the above documents when returning the employment packet. It will not be accepted and/or processed unless copies of the above items are received.

 How to apply: Complete application packets may be faxed to 989-895-0916 or mailed to City of Bay City, Law Enforcement Center, 501 Third Street, Bay City, MI 48708.

 

EEO Statement: The City of Bay City does not discriminate in employment against persons based on age, color, disability, gender, familial status, height, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or weight.

 

 

 

Public Safety Officer - Part Time

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City of Bay City Job Posting


January 13, 2016
Position Title: Patrol Officer
Division/Department: Department of Public Safety

FLSA: Non-Exempt – Part time
Pay Level: $14.00/hour

Posting Begins: January 13, 2016
Posting Closes: February 12, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. (Applications will not be accepted past the deadline)

Qualified applicants will be highly motivated, career oriented, and have strong interpersonal skills. The City of
Bay City, Michigan, is located near the Saginaw Bay at the juncture of two major freeways – U.S. 10 and I-75.
The city, population 34,932 (2010 Census), is a major recreation and entertainment center, approximately 120
miles north of Detroit. As the county seat and largest municipality in Bay County, Bay City has been a center of
commerce, industry, government and culture.

All Applicants must:

1. Be at least 21 years of age.
2. Be a United States Citizen.
3. Possess at a minimum an Associate’s Degree or have 60 college credits, Bachelor's Degree
    preferred.
4. Have no felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions will be considered on a case by case basis.
    No history of criminal or improper conduct. No poor employment or irresponsible financial
    history.
5. Possess a valid Michigan driver's license. Within the last 36 months; must have had fewer than
    Eight (8) driving violations points; no more than one (1) chargeable accident; and no conviction for
    OWI [lifetime].
6. Be Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) licensed. The Bay City
    Department of Public Safety accepts qualified out-of-state certified officers.
7. Must possess certification as a Firefighter II, or the ability to obtain certification as a Firefighter II.
8. Be of good moral character.
9. Have not been dishonorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces.

Required Documents:

Application Packet which includes the Application for Employment and Authorization for Release of Information for Employment Purposes


Copy of Driver’s License
Copy of Birth Certificate
High School or GED Transcripts
College Transcripts
Training Academy Transcripts
M.C.O.L.E.S. certification/training certificate or equivalent out-of-state cert.
Firefighter 1 and Firefighter II certification (if certified)

Optional Documents: Veteran, DD214 form (if applicable)

Note to Applicants: The application and authorization for release of information must be filled out in detail.
In the event that there is not sufficient space on the application for your answers, additional sheets must be
attached. Read all statements and questions carefully before answering. All questions must be answered. In
the event that a question does not apply to you, place the letters “n/a” in the space provided for the answer.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to supply the above documents when returning the employment packet. It
will not be accepted and/or processed unless copies of the above items are received.

How to apply: Complete application packets may be faxed to 989-895-0916 or mailed to City of Bay City, Law
Enforcement Center, 501 Third Street, Bay City, MI 48708.

EEO Statement: The City of Bay City does not discriminate in employment against persons based on age, color,
disability, gender, familial status, height, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, race, religion,
sexual orientation, veteran status, or weight.

Water Main Break - Fixed, Street Open

Water Main Break - Fixed, Street Open

 Please note the following: 

 

The broken 6” water main, which caused the closure of Midland Street between Warner and Kiesel Streets, has been repaired and the roadway is now open to traffic.

 

Questions may be directed to Public Works Director Bill Bohlen at 894-8317. 

 

 

Water Main Break

Water Main Break

 

 

Please note the following Road Closure due to a Water Main Break in Bay City

 

City Water personnel in conjunction with City Streets personnel,  will close Midland Street from Warner to Keisel Streets until further notice due to a 6” inch water main break at the intersection of Raymond Street and Midland Street.   

 

Questions may be directed to our Public Works Director William Bohlen – 894-8317.

 

City Refuse Collection - Christmas and New Year

 City Refuse Collection - Christmas and New Year

pdfCity Refuse Collection - Christmas & New Year

Payment Scam Alert

Payment Scam Alert

pdfPayment Scam Alert - Press Release 


Kathleen Newsham has been a resident of the City of Bay City for 56 years. She is a homemaker and works at Nelsen and Company. Kathleen is married, has three children, and five grandchildren. Mrs. Newsham has served the City of Bay City as an 8th Ward City Commissioner for 6-years; and was elected Mayor of the City of Bay City in November, 1997; and again as City Commissioner in 2003, which, in our community, is a non-partisan position. In 2015, Mrs. Newsham was once again re-elected as the Mayor.

Commissioner Newsham is active in various Citizens District Councils; Lions Club, Salvation Army, and Altar Society at St. Mary’s Church - - and is also a Eucharistic Minister and member of the Administration Commission.   Mrs. Newsham has served and is a current Board Member for the Tall Ships Committee; and is also on the Board of Directors for the St. Patrick’s Parade Association.   She is a community activist and volunteered for Paint-N-Pride, the Ed Golson Compost Day, the Boys and Girls Club “Just Say No to Drugs” March, and the new community beautification project with our Sister City, Goderich, Ontario, America’s in Bloom.

As Mayor, Commissioner Newsham presided over various community social functions and presented community leaders and volunteers with proclamations exemplifying their good work. She also performed many weddings throughout the City.

Notice of Public Hearing - Community Development Block Grant & HOME Program

Notice of Public Hearing - Community Development Block Grant & HOME Program

 

pdfNotice of Public Hearing

 

 

Martin Luther King Jr. - Holiday

Martin Luther King Jr. - Holiday

 

CITY OFFICES CLOSED MONDAY JANUARY 18 – REFUSE COLLECTION REMAINS ON SCHEDULE

January 14, 2016 – Bay City, MI – City Offices will be closed on Monday, January 18thin recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday.

 

Sanitation staff will maintain their normal pick up routes so as not to disrupt the regular refuse collection schedule. Place your trash and recycling curbside on your scheduled pick up day.

 

 

Public Safety Officer - Full Time

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City of Bay City Job Posting

January 13, 2016
Position Title:
Public Safety Officer
Union Group: Bay City Police Officers Association
Division/Department: Public Safety

 

FLSA:     Non-Exempt – Full time

Pay Level: $16.97/hour

Weekly Work Schedule: 40-hr week; evenings and weekends as necessary

 

Posting Begins: January 13, 2016
Posting Closes: February 12, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. (Applications will not be accepted past the deadline)

Qualified applicants will be highly motivated, career oriented, and have strong interpersonal skills. The City of Bay City, Michigan, is located near the Saginaw Bay at the juncture of two major freeways – U.S. 10 and I-75. The city, population 34,932 (2010 Census), is a major recreation and entertainment center, approximately 120 miles north of Detroit. As the county seat and largest municipality in Bay County, Bay City has been a center of commerce, industry, government and culture.

All Applicants must:

  1. Be at least 21 years of age.
  2. Be a United States Citizen.
  3. Possess at a minimum an Associate’s Degree or have 60 college credits, Bachelor's Degree preferred.
  4. Have no felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions will be considered on a case by case basis. No history of criminal or improper conduct. No poor employment or irresponsible financial history.
  5. Possess a valid Michigan driver's license. Within the last 36 months; must have had fewer than Eight (8) driving violations points; no more than one (1) chargeable accident; and no conviction for OWI [lifetime].
  6. Be Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) licensed. The Bay City Department of Public Safety accepts qualified out-of-state certified officers.
  7. Must possess certification as a Firefighter II, for Full-time employment
  8. Be of good moral character.
  9. Have not been dishonorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces.

 Required Documents:  Application Packet which includes the Application for Employment and Authorization for Release of Information for Employment Purposes

                                                Copy of Driver’s License
                                                Copy of Birth Certificate
                                                High School or GED Transcripts
                                                College Transcripts
                                                Training Academy Transcripts
                                                M.C.O.L.E.S. certification/training certificate or equivalent out-of-state cert.
                                                Firefighter 1 and Firefighter II certification (if certified)

Optional Documents:    Veteran, DD214 form (if applicable)

 Note to Applicants: The application and authorization for release of information must be filled out in detail. In the event that there is not sufficient space on the application for your answers, additional sheets must be attached. Read all statements and questions carefully before answering. All questions must be answered. In the event that a question does not apply to you, place the letters “n/a” in the space provided for the answer. It is the applicant’s responsibility to supply the above documents when returning the employment packet. It will not be accepted and/or processed unless copies of the above items are received.

 How to apply: Complete application packets may be faxed to 989-895-0916 or mailed to City of Bay City, Law Enforcement Center, 501 Third Street, Bay City, MI 48708.

 

EEO Statement: The City of Bay City does not discriminate in employment against persons based on age, color, disability, gender, familial status, height, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or weight.

 

 

 

Public Safety Officer - Part Time

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City of Bay City Job Posting


January 13, 2016
Position Title: Patrol Officer
Division/Department: Department of Public Safety

FLSA: Non-Exempt – Part time
Pay Level: $14.00/hour

Posting Begins: January 13, 2016
Posting Closes: February 12, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. (Applications will not be accepted past the deadline)

Qualified applicants will be highly motivated, career oriented, and have strong interpersonal skills. The City of
Bay City, Michigan, is located near the Saginaw Bay at the juncture of two major freeways – U.S. 10 and I-75.
The city, population 34,932 (2010 Census), is a major recreation and entertainment center, approximately 120
miles north of Detroit. As the county seat and largest municipality in Bay County, Bay City has been a center of
commerce, industry, government and culture.

All Applicants must:

1. Be at least 21 years of age.
2. Be a United States Citizen.
3. Possess at a minimum an Associate’s Degree or have 60 college credits, Bachelor's Degree
    preferred.
4. Have no felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions will be considered on a case by case basis.
    No history of criminal or improper conduct. No poor employment or irresponsible financial
    history.
5. Possess a valid Michigan driver's license. Within the last 36 months; must have had fewer than
    Eight (8) driving violations points; no more than one (1) chargeable accident; and no conviction for
    OWI [lifetime].
6. Be Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) licensed. The Bay City
    Department of Public Safety accepts qualified out-of-state certified officers.
7. Must possess certification as a Firefighter II, or the ability to obtain certification as a Firefighter II.
8. Be of good moral character.
9. Have not been dishonorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces.

Required Documents:

Application Packet which includes the Application for Employment and Authorization for Release of Information for Employment Purposes


Copy of Driver’s License
Copy of Birth Certificate
High School or GED Transcripts
College Transcripts
Training Academy Transcripts
M.C.O.L.E.S. certification/training certificate or equivalent out-of-state cert.
Firefighter 1 and Firefighter II certification (if certified)

Optional Documents: Veteran, DD214 form (if applicable)

Note to Applicants: The application and authorization for release of information must be filled out in detail.
In the event that there is not sufficient space on the application for your answers, additional sheets must be
attached. Read all statements and questions carefully before answering. All questions must be answered. In
the event that a question does not apply to you, place the letters “n/a” in the space provided for the answer.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to supply the above documents when returning the employment packet. It
will not be accepted and/or processed unless copies of the above items are received.

How to apply: Complete application packets may be faxed to 989-895-0916 or mailed to City of Bay City, Law
Enforcement Center, 501 Third Street, Bay City, MI 48708.

EEO Statement: The City of Bay City does not discriminate in employment against persons based on age, color,
disability, gender, familial status, height, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, race, religion,
sexual orientation, veteran status, or weight.

Water Main Break - Fixed, Street Open

Water Main Break - Fixed, Street Open

 Please note the following: 

 

The broken 6” water main, which caused the closure of Midland Street between Warner and Kiesel Streets, has been repaired and the roadway is now open to traffic.

 

Questions may be directed to Public Works Director Bill Bohlen at 894-8317. 

 

 

Water Main Break

Water Main Break

 

 

Please note the following Road Closure due to a Water Main Break in Bay City

 

City Water personnel in conjunction with City Streets personnel,  will close Midland Street from Warner to Keisel Streets until further notice due to a 6” inch water main break at the intersection of Raymond Street and Midland Street.   

 

Questions may be directed to our Public Works Director William Bohlen – 894-8317.

 

City Refuse Collection - Christmas and New Year

 City Refuse Collection - Christmas and New Year

pdfCity Refuse Collection - Christmas & New Year

The City of Bay City   301 Washington Ave, Bay City, MI 48708   baycitylogo    Phone: (989) 894-8200    Fax: (989) 894-0704    Email