Posted on October 26th, 2021
Spectrum in Pellston Update
Cable was laid in 2022/23. Households can now sign up for Spectrum internet, phone, and TV, or any of the three. See the link below for availability.
Connecting Michigan Communities (CMIC) Grant Program
Charter Communications has advised the Munro Township Board that the CMIC 2.0 Broadband Grant applied for in our community has been awarded. Specifically, Pellston area addresses on Douglas Lake Road, Bryant Road, and those neighborhoods directly around those roads are included in the Pellston area address list. (Link below)
The project will cost in excess of $690,000-, Charter will receive $338,000- in grant money and they (Charter Communications) will fund the balance of $352,000.
A letter from Lt. Governor Gilcrist announcing the award and the specific list of homes that they will be building to is also on the Township site. (Also see links below.) Engineering and mapping are expected to start Fall of 2021, with construction beginning in the Spring of 2022.
Posted on November 11th, 2017
Nearby Recycle Drop-Off Sites
All are Open 24/7 except for the Emmet County Drop-Off Center
- City of Cheboygan – County Building, 870 S Main St
- Indian River On Martha Street, off Straits Highway
- West Burt Township Transfer Station – Indian Rd.
- Mackinaw City: Behind the High School and baseball diamond at the Public Works Yard
- Pellston: At the corner of State St. and Zipf (down the road from the school)
- Robinson Road: from Jurek’s Market at the Pleasantview Road jog
- Alanson Area: Off Milton Avenue in the Village Public Works Yard
The Emmet County Drop-Off Center is the county “flagship” drop site with areas to accept …
Paper, Boxes and Bags • Mixed Containers
32 additional recyclable materials not accepted at the other sites
Yard Waste for composting • Garbage to be landfilled
It is open 8-4 weekdays and 8-3 Saturdays. Closed Sundays and major holidays.
For more information and locations see their websites:
Posted on March 6th, 2017
Since 1992, we have been practicing loon preservation by constructing artificial nesting platforms. Loons prefer to nest on islands to distance themselves from predators such as raccoons. We belong to the Michigan Loon Preservation Association and you may consider joining also. They provide valuable loon information. Read more of Loon Nesting Program »