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Michigan Rural Water Board President

Village of Mattawan
The mission of the Village of Mattawan government is to provide public services in an effective and efficient manner and to improve the quality of life for all of the residents and visitors in our community.

Mattawan is located on the eastern border of Van Buren County, easily accessed off of I-94. It’s local economy is supported by a strong manufacturing base, including plastic products and pharmaceutical research & development. Its proximity to the Kalamazoo area just 7 miles away also lends to its economic support. The Village offers small-town charm in the downtown area, which features a shady city park on one side of the main street area and a row of unique shops and eating establishments on the other.
Village of Mattawan News

Drain Commissioner Reports on Area's High Groundwater

 

The Village of Mattawan will hold it's annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in the Village Park on Saturday, November 17th at 6:00PM.  Bring your cameras for a photo with Santa and Mrs. Clause.  Girls Scouts will be there with hot chocolate and cookies. 

 




The Village of Mattawan's water system has undergone PFAS testing.  Below is the test results as performed by the Department of Environmental Equality

 

 

 

The Van Buren County Drain Commissioner's Office currently has a pipe that sits across the road on Main Street near French Road.  This pipe is pumping water to alleviate high water levels in the Bob-O-Link pond, and other areas near there.      We DO NOT know how long this pipe will remain in the roadway.  The Drain Commissioner is working on a permanent solution for the water issues.   We ask for continued patience during this time.  Should you have any concerns or questions regarding this project you may call the Drain Commissioner's office at 269-657-8241

 

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