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Pellston has a rich history and the Little Traverse Historical Society has a large collection of Pellston photos from days gone by. Click here to view the Floyd Earl McRae Pellston History...
There have been a number of questions regarding property taxes, so we would like address those here.
1. The Village issues tax bills once a year. Bills will go out some time in July and will be...
Emmet County has recently completed their first phase of testing for PFAS at Emmet County Regional Airport. Please see Emmet County's letter here for more information.
Interested in honoring your favorite veteran with a memorial brick paver in our Veterans' Memorial Park? Please click here for the order form.
Please click here for the most recent newsletter from the Village President.
Pursuant to the authority given to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) under MCL 333.2253,
Masks are required when entering this building.
Please continue to also...
Please be aware that the restroom facilities at Pioneer Park have been closed due to PFAS levels detected in the park wells that exceed the limits as set forth by the State of Michigan.
EGLE has informed the Village that they will resume well sampling the week of June 8, 2020. Please click here to see their sampling protocols.
The parade to celebrate the Pellston Class of 2020 will be held on May 31. Click here for more information.
Governor Whitmer extends a Stay in Place order in Michigan through June 12, 2020. Please click here for more information.
Please click here for a statement from Steve Seelye, Superintendent of Pellston Public Schools.
The Village President's quarterly newsletter is available by clicking here.