Van Buren Township

Snow Emergency Declared, Township Closure & Forgotten Harvest Food Bank Cancellation


Van Buren Twp. Public Safety has declared a Snow Emergency. Please remove parked vehicles from roadways for snow removal and access for emergency vehicles. We are asking for your voluntary compliance, and failing to do so may result in your vehicle being towed for being a hazard. 

The snow emergency will be in effect beginning Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 12:00 am and continue until Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at 6:00 pm.
In accordance with Public Act 104 of the Acts of 1981, during a declared Snow Emergency parking of motorized vehicles on any street is prohibited to allow for proper plowing and salting of roadways. This order also provides for ease of access for emergency vehicles responding to calls for service, as well as minimizes the potential for motor vehicle accidents throughout the township due to snow and adverse conditions.

TOWNSHIP HALL WILL BE CLOSED ON FEB. 16. DUE TO EXTREME WEATHER.
Township Staff will be working remotely and can be reached by telephone. Please call the department you wish to reach, leave a message and we will return your call.
remains open. 

Lastly, The Feb. 16 Forgotten Harvest pop-up food pantry has been CANCELED due to extreme weather conditions. The next pop-up pantry will be Feb 23 from 2-4:30 pm or while supplies last.
Please stay safe. For more information about the weekly pop-up food pantries click here. 

Township Hall Closed Forgotten Harvest Cancelled