Friday, January 18, 2019

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  • Welcome to the Village of Lake Orion!
  • There is something for everyone in our historic Downtown.
  • Fall color in the Village is Remarkable.
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  • The Village has six lovely parks. Check them out!
  • Every season offers something wonderful in the Village of Lake Orion!

 

  • Green’s Park is a 2-acre park located at 66 S Park Boulevard, off of M-24, south of Flint Street. This is the Village’s only park on Lake Orion, with about 560 feet of frontage. Green’s Park consists of five parcels in Supervisor’s Plat No. 6, which were acquired by the Village over a 50 year span.

    The park has restrooms and a changing facility, a basketball hoop, playground area, swings, picnic tables, water fountains, grills, benches and bike racks. The beach area is enclosed by a u-shaped dock that extends out into Lake Orion. Lifeguards are on duty during the summer swim season.

    A park pass is required to enter the park during the regular season. Passes are available at the Village hall during regular business hours, at the park or here. In addition, swim lessons are offered by the Village each summer. Registration for lessons is done at the Village hall only. Fees for passes and lessons are set by Village Council annually. Animals are not allowed in Green’s Park.

    The use of Green’s Park by a group of more than ten persons that are not immediate family members of one another must be reserved at Village Hall at least one week in advance. Green's Park Group Reservation and fee information

    Green’s Park has four distinct seasons:

    Pre-season

  • No pass required 3rd Saturday in April through the Thursday before Memorial Day
  • Swimming beach closed; no lifeguards; hours are Dusk to Dawn
  • Buildings closed (no restroom facilities) until May 25, 2018
             Regular season
  • Pass required Friday before Memorial Day through Labor Day
  • Open Dawn to Dusk
  • Beach open, weather permitting;
  • Lifeguards on duty the following hours: 
  • School Days  3 PM to 7 PM
  • Monday - Thursday 11 AM to 7 PM
  • Friday/Saturday/Sunday  11 AM to 8 PM

              Post season

  • No pass required    Day after Labor Day through the third Sunday of October
  • Swimming beach closed; no lifeguards; hours are 10 AM-8 PM
  • Buildings closed (no restroom facilities) after October 1, 2018

             Winter Season

  • Day after the third Sunday in October to day before the third Saturday in April
  • Swimming beach closed; no lifeguards; hours are 10 AM-6 PM
  • Buildings closed (no restroom facilities)

 

Nite at Greens Park

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Upcoming Events & Announcements

Lake Orion Village Hall will be closed Monday, January 21 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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ONTV's 9th Annual Food Drive - click here for the info  A collection bin is also located at Village Hall

Leaf Pick Up Information ^clickable link to PDF^

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Green's Park Winter Hours: winterhours

Snow Removal Reminder

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 õ2019 Dog Licenses are available at Village Hall (info here)

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Join the 2020 Census Team! Info is available here

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Downtown Parking Study. Click on each topic to learn more: Mission Statement and Parking Study

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Comcast Internet Essentials Press Release and Information

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Oakland County Veteran Services Click here for Info

 Michigan residents can view the fiscal health of communities across the state with MI Community Financial Dashboard.
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Oakland County Taxpayer Assistance Meetings

Annual Permits for access to all Huron-Clinton 13 Metroparks are on sale now  

Identity Theft & Fraud  

Little Library Boxes in the Village 

Downtown Parking Regulations  

Public Act 222 Sewer Back Up Claim Form 

2017 Water Quality Report