Coastal and Inland
Public Notices and Hearings
About Water Resources Public Notices and Hearing Notices (link)
How to perform a Search
Field Entry Tips
Search for specific notices using the search engine on the left or view all current notices. Each record provides basic information on the file, comment period dates, and by selecting the corresponding icon, a record of the file, the complete public notice, and electronic comment form.
= View the file record summary.
= View the public notice, including the summary notice, complete application, and project plans.
= Directly email comment for the public notice record.
= View the hearing notice.
= Directly email comment for the public hearing record.
- How to perform a Search...
- Fill in the fields on the search engine on the left with the relevant information for your search. Your search will return all records that match the search criteria.
- The fewer fields you fill, the larger the search results will be. If you know the file number, enter it in the appropriate field. A valid file number will always be an exact match. Adding extra search data may cause the search to fail or return too few matches. Use combinations of the search fields to narrow your target. If a search fails, try deleting fields and pressing the search button again. To return all records press the "All Active Records" button located on the top left.
- Field Entry Tips...
||Date received by ascending (A) or descending (D) order
File Number in ascending (a) or descending (D) order
||Select County from list
||Name of Township, eg. "Aurelius".
||Survey Township identification eg. "32N".
||Survey Range Identification eg. "10W".
||Survey Section Identification eg. "16".
||Name of Waterbody (River, Stream, Drain, Pond) impacted eg. "Higgins".
||The unique number assigned to the application
||Use any parts of a name separated by spaces, the more unique the better eg. "MDOT" or "Mich Dept of Transp". Use two "quotes" for names containing quotes, eg. L""anse.