Upcoming Events in the Village

Thank you for your patience and support during these unprecedented times. The following information on local events is being updated as new information becomes available. Please follow and check with individual event organizers for safety requirements based on the recommendations to comply with Emergency Orders and adhere to the safety measures suggested by the local health departments and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

-The Village of Fowlerville

AK Plastics, 900 E. Van Riper Road, is hoping to direct hire 10-15 Production Support Techs:
$16 per hour plus shift premium. Here is the direct link for applicants:

Now Hiring Flyer Image V2 - AK Plastics

Drive-Thru Job Fair! Every Tuesday from Noon to 4 PM @ Ventra

ZF Fowlerville is hiring for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shifts; with an opportunity for 1st day-shift on the weekends. Here are the job details :

What is a typical day in Automotive Assembly? You’ll be: 

  • Operating assembly machinery
  • Assembling components
  • Support fabrication, assembly, and fit of product
  • Identifying opportunities for improvement including ways to optimize assembly operations

An Automotive Assembler job might be an outstanding fit if you: 

  • Are at least 18 years of age 
  • Are detail orientated 
  • Are comfortable lifting 1-10 lbs., bending, standing and kneeling  
  • Comfortable with working overtime when required
  • Have previous experience in a manufacturing environment  

Earn $15/hour as a Machine Operator plus overtime pay for hours worked over 40 hours/week!

The $15/hour wage includes a temporary incentive of $1.00 for every hour worked up to 40 hours/week paid as a lump sum. Additionally, $15.00/hr will be the base wage for overtime earned for working above 40 hours per week.  The $0.50 /hr shift premium will still be in effect for those who work the afternoon or midnight shift.   Please call Leslye at (802) 233-8351 or email: 

New Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Site in Brighton to Provide Saliva Testing

Information is taken from Immediate Press Release courtesy of Livingston County Health Department:
HOWELL, Michigan. - (March 19, 2021) The Livingston County Health Department (LCHD) is excited to announce with LynxDx and the 2|42 Community Center, a new drive-thru COVID-19 testing site in Brighton opening Friday, March 19. This new site offers contactless saliva testing and is open to all Michigan residents with or without insurance. COVID-19 continues to spread in the community, and more recently, the B117 variant was discovered in Livingston County. Access to COVID-19 testing is an important tool in helping identify cases and prevent further community spread of COVID-19.
“This new testing site will benefit our entire community,” says Juan Marquez, MD, MPH, medical director at LCHD. “We’re grateful to partner with Lynx and the 2|42 Community Center in bringing more accessible, faster testing to our county. Additionally, we know there has been a lot of interest in saliva testing. We’re excited to bring this no-contact saliva testing option to our community members.”
Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should immediately seek testing. If you were potentially exposed but do not have symptoms, LCHD recommends self-quarantine and waiting at least 5 or more days before testing. If you are in quarantine and develop symptoms, testing is recommended. Symptoms may take up to 14 days after exposure to appear, and individuals are considered contagious two days before symptoms appear.
Anyone getting tested should stay away from others until they get their results. Anyone with symptoms should stay home unless they are getting medical care or testing and limit all contact with others in their household.

Testing Site Information
The testing site opens Friday, March 19. Testing will be available on Mondays and Fridays from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm in the parking lot at the back of 2|42 Community Center/Church, 7526 Grand River Ave., Brighton, MI 48114. The site is drive-thru only. Tests will be contactless and saliva-based (no nasal swabs required). Results will be sent to your email or phone within 48 hours.

Who Can Get Tested?

Testing is open to all Michigan residents. You do not need to have symptoms to get tested. You do not need a doctor’s note or order to get tested. Pre-registration is required. Register for a test at
Testing is available with or without insurance. Please bring identification when you arrive for testing. If you have health insurance, please bring your card. There should be no out-of-pocket fees for individuals needing testing. Many insurance providers have already waived copays for COVID-19 testing. If you do not have insurance, testing staff will ask for your social security number to verify that you do not have insurance. Once you arrive on-site for testing, LynxDx will verify your identity and other information. They will then provide a self-testing kit to collect your saliva sample.

About LynxDx

LynxDx, Inc. is a privately held diagnostics company headquartered in Ann Arbor, which spun out of the University of Michigan. LynxDx currently operates a high-complexity molecular diagnostics laboratory and is focused on commercializing diagnostic tools, including a qPCR assay for COVID-19 and a urine assay to aid in diagnosing prostate cancer (MyProstateScore).


Natasha Radke, Public Information Officer
Livingston County Health Department
(517) 546-9850

Village of Fowlerville Fire Hydrant Flushing

The Fowlerville Department of Public Works will begin fire hydrant flushing throughout the Village of Fowlerville starting Monday, May 3rd, 2021. 
Regular flushing serves two purposes: first, to clean mineral accumulations deposited in the water lines, and second, to test the function and the performance of the fire hydrants.
The safety of the water we supply is not diminished by this process. If you should encounter cloudy or discolored water, it is recommended to run the outside water faucet or the cold-water taps within your home or business until clear. 
If you are driving in the work zone where hydrants are being flushed, please drive carefully. Thank you for your cooperation with this seasonal maintenance in the Village of Fowlerville. 

16th Annual Chili & Soup Cook-Off

The 16th Annual Chili Cook-off will take place on April 24, 2021, from 4 PM to 7 PM at the Fowlerville Fairgrounds “Big Front Barn.” All proceeds are used to fund the Fowlerville July 4th fireworks and activities. The deadline for entries is April 17, 2021. If you would like to enter after the deadline, please call to see if there are any available spaces left. Pre-registration is required!
For more information, including details to participate with a chili/soup entry, please follow the link provided: 16th ANNUAL CHILI & SOUP COOK-OFF APRIL 24TH, 2021 

Livingston County Compost Bin & Rain Barrel Sale

Information is taken from the Livingston County website: 
The County is pleased to offer the Fourth Annual Backyard Composter and Rain Barrel Sale! You will be able to place your order online until April 19, 2021, or until products are sold out. Pick up date will be April 24, 2021. State guidelines for COVID safety will be followed at the pickup location.
Order yours today, while supplies last. All orders will be available for pick up ONE DAY ONLY - April 24th at the Livingston County Garage (918 North Street Howell, MI).   
Why Compost?

The goal of the program is to divert food scraps from the waste stream (up to 30% or more by weight is comprised of food scraps and compostable soiled paper and cardboard) and raise awareness regarding the benefits of compost, which include improving or maintaining high-quality soil, growing healthy plants, reducing the use of fertilizer and pesticides, improving water quality and protecting the environment. By adding compost you can conserve water and help improve the soil to help hold water in the root zone. Want to learn more about composting? Check out this great video:  Want more information on Livingston County's Recycling Program?  Check us out

Livingston County Program Dates

Solid Waste Collection 

The Livingston County Solid Waste Program is pleased to announce the majority of our program dates for 2021. Please see below for the event you are interested in.  You can also print the 2021 Events Flyer.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection 2021 Drop-Off Dates
There are 3 Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off Events Scheduled for 2021.  Dates and Locations are listed below:  

**May 22, 2021 – Howell** May 22, 2021 Sign Up
Alternate Link:

**July 31, 2021 – Green Oak Township –Sign up Link will be added to the Website after the May Event**

**September 25, 2021 – Howell –Sign up Link will be added to the Website after the July Event**
Website Link is:

Specific Location of each event will be sent with confirmations. IN THE EVENT THAT A SIGN UP IS FULL - Try again every few days.  People sign up and cancel regularly.  Generally the last week before the event there are also a good amount of cancellations. 
These events provide a free and convenient opportunity for residents to safely eliminate unwanted hazardous materials from their homes, workshops, and garages.  Click on the following link for Accepted Items: HHW Acceptable Items List.  Acceptable Materials List will also be emailed with the online confirmation. Items can only be dropped off on event days and only with a REQUIRED APPOINTMENT. 

Scrap Tire Collection
The Scrap Tire Collection Event is still in the development stage.  Additional information will be available at a later date.

Electronics Recycling 

ChemTrend in Howell has once again offered Livingston County an Electronics Recycling Grant.  Livingston County is excited to be able to offer 2 Recycling Dates in 2021.  No appointments will be necessary.  There is a new location for this event: 3535 Grand Oaks Drive, Howell (Livingston County Road Commission)
**Dates are July 17, 2021, and October 2, 2021** E-Waste Flyer

New Emergency Alert System now available for Livingston County Residents

(Announcement take from Livingston County Emergency Management)
LivCo Alerts is now available to all residents. Rave Mobile Safety is a free service that allows individuals to sign up for notifications sent from state and local authorities. LivCo Alerts keeps residents and travelers informed on potentially hazardous situations involving weather, traffic, and other emergencies.

Sign up at 

You can follow the Livingston County Emergency Management on Facebook at this link.

Spring - Emergency Preparedness Infographic

Grandma's Attic Sale

The Fowlerville Historical Society will be holding Grandma's Attic Sale, Thursday, May 13th through Saturday, 15th, at the Fowlerville Fair Grounds (8800 W. Grand River, Fowlerville, MI 48836). This event has FREE admission. All money collected from items sold will help the group maintain the history of Fowlerville. Donations may be dropped off May 10 - 12th. Space rental is $25 for 10' x 10'. To rent or donate, contact Marj at 517-223-3831. 

Maison Wilkinson Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser

The 10th Annual Maison Wilkinson Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser will take place over a 3 day weekend, May 21st through the 23rd, at the Fowlerville Family Fairgrounds. The money received for this event will go towards scholarships awarded up to 4 graduating Fowlerville Seniors who have played soccer during their school career. Maison passed in 2006 after a horrific accident involving a garbage truck. The sale serves as a memorial and remembrance for the beautiful blue-eyed little boy that everyone knew and loved so much. Questions can be directed to Maylene Turnbo at 1-517-304-3976.

Consumers Energy - Summer Peak Rate to start June to September 2021

• Consumers Energy is updating their standard electric rate for residential customers to align with their Clean Energy Plan. This “Summer Peak Rate” encourages customers to take advantage of lower-cost electricity available at certain times of day to help lower their bills. It was designed with customers and Michigan in mind.
• Peak pricing will be in effect June-September from 2 to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday. Customers are encouraged to save by reducing their electricity use during this time.
• The Summer Peak Rate was in effect for about 3% of households in their service territory in 2019. In 2020, the Summer Peak Rate was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The rate will be rolled out to residential customers in 2021.
For more details about the Consumers Energy Summer Peak Rate, please follow the link provided:

Please contact the Village of Fowlerville Offices to include your organization's event