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Flooding Impacts on Septic Systems and Private Wells
EO 2020-15 Emergency declaration for Iosco County
State Flood Assessment

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Monday thru Friday
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Building is Closed on
Recognized Holidays

Jan. 1,           New Year’s Day
Jan. 20         M. L. K. Day
Feb. 17          President’s Day
April 10        Good Friday
May 25          Memorial Day
July 4            Independence Day
Sept. 7           Labor Day
Nov. 11          Veteran’s Day
Nov. 26         Thanksgiving
Nov. 27         Thanksgiving Fri.
Dec. 24         Christmas Eve
Dec. 25         Christmas Day
Dec. 31         New Years Eve





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Iosco County is located in the northeast quarter of the lower peninsula of Michigan in the heart of Lake Huron’s “Sunrise Side.” Iosco County covers an area of 361,837, acres or about 565 square miles. Large portions of the county are forested and/or held in public ownership as national or state forest lands. The majority of the local population resides along the Lake Huron shoreline near US-23, East Tawas, Tawas City and Oscoda.  Concentrations of population are also found on the west side of the county, where M-65 connects Hale, Plainfield Township and Whittemore.

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