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Water Main Flushing

Water Main Will be flushed on 
Monday May/13th  and ending Tuesday May /14th
Pennfield Township

Taking Application


Sheriff's Office and Recycling Department Partner to Stop Illegal Dumping

Sheriff's Office and Recycling Department Partner to

Stop Illegal Dumping


The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office, and the Solid Waste and Recycling Department, are partnering on an initiative to end illegal dumping in Calhoun County. Especially on rural roads countywide and on roads that are out of sight of nearby homes, items are being left behind that belong in trash or recycling. Ranging from tires and appliances to mattresses, furniture, and miscellaneous household items, this problem is pervasive and creates unnecessary work and costs for local, often rural communities. Sheriff Steve Hinkley wishes to remind the public that it is illegal to leave trash on the side of the road in undesignated areas.
If your garbage is located along the roadside, and in many cases it is possible to identify the households responsible, you could be subject to legal action. Fines for illegal dumping could reach $500, plus possible civil clean-up expenses.
In some cases, households hire people to clean their property for rental or remodeling, and the hired cleaners avoid proper disposal fees by dumping garbage in rural areas of our communities. If you hire someone to clean up your property, request a copy of their business insurance and a disposal receipt from a landfill or garbage service.
If you see someone dumping trash or tires along the roadside and it is safe to do so, obtain a vehicle description, license plate number, and description of the occupants, and report the incident to 911 immediately.

County Broadband Information

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Mobile Recycling Location

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Water & Sewer Rates

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Fire Truck for sale

2007 American LaFrance, custom pumper.
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Fire Truck Sale

Landfill Recycling Pass Progam

C & C Landfill Recycling Center Pass Program

Calhoun County Residents can access the C & C Landfill Recycling Center for free. This program is limited to residential recycling, and all participants must have a program card to recycle for free.

  • This program is offered exclusively to Calhoun County residents.

  • The recycling center is open 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday,

    and 7 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.

    The C&C Landfill recycling center is located at,

    14800 P Drive N in Marshall, Mich.

    Its phone number is 269-781-9742

    C & C Landfill Recycling Center passes are issued directly through Calhoun County’s Community Development Program. Residents can apply online through the website at under the C&C Landfill Program or call (269) 969-6395 and request a pass over the phone.