Have you found some trash, tires, electronics, or other items that have been disposed of improperly? If you are unable to dispose of or recycle the items yourself, please report through this form.
Invasive species are easiest to manage when they are first introduced, since it is much easier to mange just a few plants, instead of acres of them. Because of this, Early Detection is key to protecting our resources! We lean on partners, residents, and citizen scientists to help report emerging species, since they see far more of the county than the CISMA ever will.
MISIN, the Midwest Invasive Species Information Network, is program through MSU to help identify and map invasive species throughout the area. Using either the website or the phone app, you can report invasive species locations for managers and municipalities. Or, visit the website to look at what has been reported in your area!
Through the app “SeeClickFix”, the Van Buren County Road Commission efficiently receives information about what is needed on the roads in its jurisdiction. If you see any of the following, you can report them.
If you have an Android phone, visit this link from your phone to download the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.seeclickfix.ma.android&hl=en_US&gl=US
If you have an iPhone, visit this link from your phone to download the app: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/seeclickfix/id322000552
For general Van Buren County Government concerns or for General Van Buren County Sheriff Property Check concerns, visit this link to report the concerns: https://www.vanburencountymi.gov/RequestTracker.aspx