What are the names and telephone numbers for the electric, gas, water, and garbage companies in Big Rapids, MI?

I can't find any of this information online and would greatly appreciate any help someone could provide. Thank you.

Update:

Thanks for trying Kelly, but I did actually find that website. Is there anyone out there who lives in Big Rapids who could answer this question? I will be moving there soon and need to set up my utilities.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Hopes this helps:

    Important Numbers

    (All numbers have 231 area code unless otherwise noted)

    Department

    Phone Number Address E-Mail

    Accounts Payable 592-4025 226 North Michigan Avenue treasurer@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Assessing 592-4030 226 North Michigan Avenue assessor@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Big Rapids Public Schools 796-2627 21034 15 Mile Road

    Big Rapids Township 796-3603 14212 Northland Drive

    Building Inspection 592-0105 14485 Northland Drive

    Central Dispatch 796-4811 20701 Northland Drive mcd911@tucker-usa.com

    Chamber of Commerce 796-7649 246 North State Street

    Circuit Court 592-0780 400 Elm Street

    City Attorney (Eric Williams) 796-8945 524 North State Street edw1@tucker-usa.com

    City Garage 796-8542 325 North DeKrafft Avenue garage@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    City Hall Main Number 592-4025 226 North Michigan Avenue geninfo@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    City Manager's Office 592-4020 226 North Michigan Avenue manager@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Clerk's Office 592-4000 226 North Michigan Avenue clerk@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Community Library 796-5234 428 South Michigan Avenue library@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Community Pool 796-7798 100 Hutchinson pubworks@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Code Enforcement and Zoning 592-4057 226 North Michigan Avenue nbrsvcs@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    County Clerk 592-0783 400 Elm Street

    County Building Department 592-0105 14485 Northland Drive

    Dial-A-Ride 796-8675 1829 North State Street pubworks@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Downtown Business Association 250-8177 101 North Michigan Avenue dba@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Family Independence Agency 796-4300 Watertower Road

    Fire Division 527-0005 435 North Michigan Avenue fire@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Housing Commission 796-8689 9 Parkview brhc@tucker-usa.com

    Income Tax Department 592-4012 226 North Michigan Avenue inctax@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Information Technology 592-4033 226 North Michigan Avenue webmaster@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Mecosta County Convention and Visitors Bureau 796-7640 246 North State Street

    Neighborhood Services Department 592-4036 226 North Michigan Avenue nbrsvcs@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Recreation Department 592-4038 226 North Michigan Avenue Avenue recreation@brms.brps.k12.mi.us

    Recycling Station 796-0320 Fourth Avenue

    Roben Hood Airport 796-5600 21325 18 Mile Road

    Public Safety Department 527-0005 435 North Michigan Avenue pubsafety@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Public Works Department 592-4015 226 North Michigan Avenue pubworks@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Secretary of State 888-767-6424 206 North Michigan Avenue

    Sunset Waste (888)707-3867

    Treasurer's Office 592-4010 226 North Michigan Avenue treasurer@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Utilities Department 592-4005 226 North Michigan Avenue treasurer@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Wastewater Treatment Plant 796-8483 500 River wwtp@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Water Filtration Plant 796-6231 730 Osceola wtp@ci.big-rapids.mi.us

    Thank you and best of luck.Kelly 05-30-2009

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    4 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    The generation of electrical power on a countrywide scale is a trillion dollar per year business. Some of that electrical power is generated by the use of natural gas,many more companies rely on other types of fast burning fuels,such as coal and diesel. Now although these systems are quite outdated and need to be replaced by far more cleaner burning efficient technologies. Doing that would only cut their quarterly profits, making it cheaper to the consumer will always be unacceptable to them. Obviously,water bills have also double in recent years for the simple fact of that supply and demand. I visited a water treatment plant a few years back and they had a slogan that was clearly visible on a large wooden sign. it read: "What you flush today, you drink tomorrow" Unfortunately water treatment plants are finding it increasingly difficult if not impossible to remove certain industrial chemical wastes from our limited supply of drinking water. It the law of economics. which states? The harder it is to filter the cities water supply the more expensive that finished product is going to become. So once again it's a question of (supply and demand) Primarily that's where these companies get that power from,and unfortunately for us, they will keep a large portion of that power as long as consumers continue to disregard the environment around them. By taking everything for granted and chasing after big cash generating falsehoods such as that global warming hysteria and a possible asteroid impact in the near future.

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