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News and Events

City Council Vacancy

There is currently a vacancy on the Laingsburg City Council.  If you are a City of Laingsburg resident at least 18 years of age and are interested in serving your community, please send a letter of interest to:

City Clerk

City of Laingsburg

PO Box 178

Laingsburg MI 48848.


You may also drop the letter of intent off at City Hall (a drop box is available by the front door), located at 114 N. Woodhull Street in Laingsburg.  All letters must be received before the December City Council Meeting held on December 4, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.


If interested, please feel free to attend the City Council meeting as well.

Expanded SATA Services Now Available for City of Laingsburg Residents!

Our City Council members have voted to join the Shiawassee Area Transportation Agency (SATA) and Transportation Solutions Division (TSD) of SATA to help you get where you need to go!! What does this mean for you?

  • Discounted fares of $1.50 to $3.00 one-way, instead of $4.50 to $9.00
  • Schedule recurring trips as far in advance as you want.  You no longer have to wait until the day before or the day of a trip to schedule a ride on the bus.
  • Access to Transportation Solutions services for your transportation needs out-of-county, nights, weekends, and holidays!


For more information call:

SATA at (989) 729-2687, or

Transportation Solutions at (989) 725-9303





The apartment above the library is available for rent.  If you are interested, please contact City Hall for more information or to request an application.

Lose something?  

A bike? Car Keys? If so, contact the Laingsburg Police Department to see if it has been turned in.


Laingsburg Updated Parks & Recreation Plan


Click HERE to see the Revised Parks & Recreation Plan

Are you having a problem with your video/cable television provider?

If you are experiencing problems with your provider, you should first contact your provider and attempt to resolve your dispute with them.  If you are dissatisfied with the provider's response, or the dispute is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may file an informal complaint with the MPSC. How does the informal complaint process work?

  •  A customer contacts the MPSC with  a video/ cable  television   complaint.
  • MPSC Staff forwards the  complaint to the provider & informally mediates (if necessary) between  the provider and the customer. 

The provider is allowed up to 10 business days (under normal circumstances) to respond and provide a detailed resolution to both the customer and the MPSC.  If you remain dissatisfied even after the Staff has completed the informal complaint process, you may file a Formal Complaint. 


For more information: 

For more information about filing a complaint, PA 480, or the dispute resolution process, go to the MPSC website at:  Click on the video/cable  button.


You may also contact the MPSC at:

Telecommunications  Division Attn: Video Franchising

P.O. Box 30221

Lansing, Ml 48909


Phone: (800) 292-9555

Fax: (517) 284-8200

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