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Advertisement for Sealed Bids Surplus Auction

The Township of Grosse Ile is requesting sealed bids for the following surplus equipment. All equipment is sold as is, where is.


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Flushing Program

ATTENTION GROSSE ILE RESIDENTS - We are halfway done with the program (04/13/17).

The Grosse Ile Department of Public Services has begun their Annual Water Main Flushing and Fire Hydrant Inspections.  The program will continue until completed (approximately six to seven weeks). 


"History Lover's Guide to Detroit" - April 21, 2017

The Book Club of Grosse Ile presents author Karin Risko. Join us for an entertaining and informative discussion from author Karin Risko as she presents her book "History Lover's Guide to Detroit" at the Grosse Ile Golf & Country Club on April 21, 2017 at 1:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. Please reserve your place by contacting Ilona Macek at by April 14, 2017.

Earth Day Celebration - April 22, 2017

Join Grosse Ile Nature & Land Conservancy on April 22nd from 1-4 pm for an Earth Day Celebration to remember.  Centennial Farm Recreation Center (25797 Third St, Grosse Ile) is the place to be and everyone is invited.  Presentations will be made by the Grosse Ile Police, DPS, Waste Water Plant, GI's 1st Michigan Green School (Parke Lane), MSU Native Gardens, and It's Easy Being Green/Yankee Ingenuity.  Learn about medicine collection and disposal, solid waste recycling & water conservation, how the Waste Water Plant works. Kids Activities can have fun participating in a pond water study, test their scent sense, make a pendant, plant a flower, and much more. For more information send an email to or visit

DNR advises caution to prevent spread of oak wilt disease

April 15 marks the beginning of the yearly window when oak wilt can be transmitted from diseased to healthy red oak trees. The normal time-tested advice is to prevent oak wilt by not pruning or otherwise “injuring” oaks from April 15 to July 15”.

 Last year Belle Isle lost over 200 trees to red oak wilt.

 Red Oak trees are a primary tree on the Wildlife Sanctuary Trail and throughout our Open Space properties.  Contact Roger Mech (810-229-4155) or go to for more information.