The School is doing a survey. Please take a few minutes and fill out a short 5 question survey, to help the School District Administration team to decide on the potential Before and After care program for K-5. https://forms.gle/RR73CCX5PAvEqFdbA
On May 23rd the Village wells were tested for PFAS contamination, and as in the 2018 testing the results were "NO DETECT" or no detectable levels of PFAS. The complete results from Vista Analytical Labs and EGLE (formerly DEQ) are available for review at the Mendon Village Hall. K. Spence Village of Mendon
Free Summer Lunch on Tuesdays till August 20, 2019. For kids ages 3-12 and adults accompanying their kids. There will be a rotating menu or PB & J always available. Time: 11:30-12:30 p.m. at United Methodist Church, 320 W. Main St.
The market has opened for the 2019 season! They are located in the pavilion at Reed River Park. Starting May 16th to Oct. 3rd Every Thursday 2:00 to 6:00 Check them out on Facebook at Mendon Farmers' Market
The Mendon Riverfest will be celebrating its 30th year!! Website: http://www.mendonriverfest.org/ You can also check them out on Facebook at Mendon Riverfest.
Tuck: https://www.tuck.com/mattress-disposal/ The website not only offers solutions for better sleep habits, but offers solutions to disposing of old mattresses.
Check out the link below and see whats happening at the Mendon Township Library. http://www.mendontownshiplibrary.michlibrary.org/ You can also check them out on facebook! They offer a variety of classes like: yoga, knitting, sewing, essential oils to name a few. Check out the new books that have come in.
The DDA Board is looking for new members – any one interested and lives within the DDA district can contact DDA President Jim Hart or Village Manager Kirk Spence.
Due to complaints of improper use of the compost area, the Village has installed a locked gate at the entrance. If you need to use the compost area you can obtain a key at the Village Office.
Anyone with portable basketball hoops the DPW staff asks that you please make sure they are placed well back from the street so that they do not hinder any work the DPW may need to do with water services or street work. Thank you for your consideration.