Proposals Accepted: The City of Stephenson is accepting sealed proposals for a Property & Liability Insurance Package to be effective 10/01/2021. Proposals are due by 4:00 p.m. on August 27, 2021. Contact City Hall for further details.
Concerts in the Park: A free summer concert series will be held in Stephenson this summer. The bi-weekly concerts will be held at Erickson Park from June to August.
Energy Assistance Programs are available.
Facebook Page- Please join us on Facebook.
Renewable Energy Program- the City has now implemented voluntary green pricing. Contact City Hall for more details.
Utility Bills- can now be paid by debit/credit card in the office or online, or by ACH. ACH forms are available at the City Hall office.
Law Department Services- the City has contracted with the Menominee County Sheriff’s Department. For emergencies, call 911. For non-emergencies call Central Dispatch at 888-863-6614.
Energy Optimization- the City has this program. See the list of EO rebates at michigan-energy.org.
Burning Permits- residents are reminded that recreational burning permits are allowed. Contact City Hall for a permit form. There is no fee for the permit. No other burning is allowed in the City.
Building Permits- are required in the City of Stephenson for construction, fences, etc. As of September 1, 2015 a land use permit is required for permanent pools, whether they are in ground or above ground. Contact City Hall for further information and/or a permit application.
Fire Alarm Siren/Severe Weather Siren- residents may notice the sirens going off at noon on the first Monday of each month. This is a testing of the city’s severe weather siren system. To distinguish the severe weather siren from the fire alarm siren, listen for the following: the fire alarm siren will cycle once (ring for 1 minute) - the severe weather siren will sound the same as the fire alarm but will cycle 3 times (ring for 1 minute, stop for 30 seconds, ring for 1 minute, stop for 30 seconds, ring for 1 minute). The fire alarm is only used to page the firemen; the severe weather siren is used to alert residents so they can prepare for bad weather.