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No, the City of Marshall does not rent out any of the parks for special occasions. You are more than welcome to use our beautiful parks for your function but they operate under a first come first serve system.
Sanitary Sewer Backups-Call the City First
The City of Marshall no longer has a sewer backup reimbursement policy. The insurance carrier for the City follows the guidelines in Public Act 222 of 2001 to determine whether the City of Marshall is liable for any claims. View the Act (PDF).
To paraphrase the act, the City can only be held liable if all of the following conditions occur.
The City of Marshall attempts to minimize the frequency of these events by cleaning sanitary sewers on a regular basis but incidents may still periodically occur. If you experience a backup please call the City first:
In order to ensure protection the City of Marshall encourages residents to add a rider for sanitary sewer backup coverage from an independent insurance agent. The estimated cost of this rider is approximately $6 a month depending on the agency selected.
In order to enhance the quality of our parks, the City of Marshall Department of Public Works encourages volunteers to assist with litter pickup, preservation and maintenance of landscaped areas, increased landscaping, and general upkeep and repair of equipment and facilities.
The Adopt-A-Park Program allows for individuals or groups to adopt a specific park. Through adoption, these individuals or groups may assume the responsibility for any or all of the eligible activities, which will lead to:
For more information, view Adopt-a-Park (PDF).