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Olivet's Code Of Ordinances
City Clerk/Treasurer
City Clerk/Treasurer
Erin Bierly
 
 

NEW HOURS AT CITY HALL
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2017
THE OFFICE WILL BE OPEN 
MONDAY AND FRIDAY   9-5
TUESDAY AND THURSDAY 1-5
WEDNESDAY 9-1



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How to Renew Your Dog License by Mail          

Complete all questions on Dog License Application Form then mail (1) the form, (2) a valid rabies certificate, (3) proof of spay/neuter if applicable and, (4) acheck or money order for the appropriate fee (no cash please) to: 

Eaton County Treasurer
1045 Independence Blvd
Charlotte, MI 48813

Make your check or money order payable to 
Eaton County Treasurer. Please include a self-address, stamped envelope for the return of your dog tags.  It is the responsibility of the dog owner to supply complete and correct information. The treasurer's office cannot call the  veterinarian for information. Applications will be denied until the application and/or payment amount is correct.

Applications must be post marked by May 31st of the year you are applying for the license. Late fees will be applied to all late applications. The only exceptions is for puppies four (4) months of age, and new dogs that have been acquired after May 31st.

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How to Renew Your Dog License by Mail          

Complete all questions on Dog License Application Form then mail (1) the form, (2) a valid rabies certificate, (3) proof of spay/neuter if applicable and, (4) acheck or money order for the appropriate fee (no cash please) to: 

Eaton County Treasurer
1045 Independence Blvd
Charlotte, MI 48813

Make your check or money order payable to 
Eaton County Treasurer. Please include a self-address, stamped envelope for the return of your dog tags.  It is the responsibility of the dog owner to supply complete and correct information. The treasurer's office cannot call the  veterinarian for information. Applications will be denied until the application and/or payment amount is correct.

Applications must be post marked by May 31st of the year you are applying for the license. Late fees will be applied to all late applications. The only exceptions is for puppies four (4) months of age, and new dogs that have been acquired after May 31st.

Utility Billing

The City of Olivet provides water and sewer services for its residents.  The Utility Billing Department calculates water and sewer fees based on usage recorded by meters and utility bills are sent quarterly.  For more information or to ask questions regarding your water/sewer bill you may contact us at (269)749-4961.

The following utility form may be mailed or dropped off at Olivet City Hall, 117 South Main, P.O. Box 367, Olivet  MI 49076.

Service Request Form
(Printable PDF form for New Service Connect and Disconnect)

Click here for information about the Red Flag fee associated with Service Connection.

 

Other Utility Providers Serving the Olivet area:

City of Olivet Cemetery

The Olivet Cemetery is located on the west side of the city along Shipherd Street.  The first recorded burial was in 1839, and is the resting place of Rev. John Shipherd, whom founded Olivet College in 1844.

The cemetery is also very proudly the resting place of veterans from the Civil War, World Wars I and II.  The cemetery is decorated every year with American Flags, to honor our soldiers service on Veterans Day and Memorial Day.

The cemetery is governed by the Olivet Cemetery Board.

The cemetery has four platted sections:

  • (A) is the Original Section of the cemetery
  • (B) is known as the Burkhead Addition
  • (C) is the Davis  Addition
  • (D) is the Dennison Addition

Click here for Cemetery Rates

For other information regarding a loved one resting in the Olivet Cemetery, or for any other type of inquiry, please contact the Olivet City Hall.

Citizens Guide and Financial Dashboard

The City of Olivet has met the requirements of the three categories as set-forth by "Public Act 63 of 2011," an act which introduced the Economic Vitality Program (EVIP) implemented by Governor Rick Snyder.

The Citizens Guide and Financial Dashboard have been put in place as a requirement of the Accountability and Transparency category, and made public for the Olivet citizens to better understand the City's financial well-being.