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Friday, October 31, 2014

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

***VILLAGE HALL HAS MOVED FROM 37 EAST FLINT STREET TO ITS TEMPORARY LOCATION AT 214 SOUTH BROADWAY, SUITE 120 (ORION POINTE PROFESSIONAL OFFICE BUILDING).  IT IS EXPECTED THAT VILLAGE HALL WILL MOVE AGAIN TO ITS PERMANENT LOCATION AT 21 EAST CHURCH STREET IN JANUARY OR FEBRUARY 2015 ONCE RENOVATIONS TO THAT BUILDING ARE COMPLETED.  THE MAILING ADDRESS FOR VILLAGE HALL IS NOW 21 EAST CHURCH STREET, LAKE ORION, MI 48362.  WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

***The Village of Lake Orion Public Works Department has started the drawdown for Lake Orion.  Lake drawdown will take approximately 2 weeks to complete.  The village draws down the lake 12 inches each fall to accommodate winter ice to reduce the potential for seawall damage and to protect lake habitat.  Every 5th year, the village draws down the lake 3 feet to permit seawall repairs.

 

     

Public Notices &
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING - OCTOBER 9, 2014
NOTICE - NOXIOUS WEEDS ABATEMENT REQUIRED
NOTICE OF IMPORTANT CHANGES TO 9-1-1 DISPATCH SERVICES
GREEN'S PARK SCHEDULE AND FEES

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37. East Flint Street
Lake Orion, MI  48362
Phone:   (248)  693-8391
Fax:        (248)  693-5874

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Lake Orion...where living is a vacation!

 
   

 

The Village of Lake Orion is a quaint, historic lakeside community located in northern Oakland county, approximately 45 minutes north of downtown Detroit and just 6 miles north of the Palace of Auburn Hills. Lake Orion is 1.3 square miles in size with a 2010 population of 2,973 residents (a 9.5% increase from 2000) and growing, with an estimated 2013 population of 3,126! The village was first settled in the early 1820s by Judah Church and Moses "Samuel" Munson.  Munson built a sawmill in the town in 1825.  Lake Orion was incorporated as a village in 1859.  We are proud of our historic downtown and heritage and welcome you to shop and dine with us.  Come visit one of our fine parks and boat our beautiful 482-acre lake (the 7th largest in Oakland county).  Once you're here, we know you won't want to leave!

 
   

 

 

 

 

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