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Building and Zoning Department

LeRoy Hummel

LeRoy Hummel

Building and Zoning Official

Phone: (517) 663-8118, ext 8160

Fax: (517) 663-1116 

Email:  lhummel@cityofeatonrapids.com

LeRoy Hummel has 30 years of experience in construction, inspections, and code enforcement. He has been with the city of Eaton Rapids for five years. He has extensive experience related to zoning administration, site evaluation, construction planning and oversight. Prior to his role with the City of Eaton Rapids, LeRoy was the Building Official in nearby Charlotte for over 20 years.

Welcome to the City of Eaton Rapids Building Department.

Are you thinking about doing those home improvement projects?  It is important that you check with the Building and Zoning Department first to see what requirements or permits are needed before you start your interior or exterior project(s).

The purpose of codes, ordinances and permits is to establish minimum requirements to safeguard the safety, health and general welfare of property owners, future owners, the general public and emergency responders during emergency operations.

 

Building and Zoning FAQ

FAQ

City Master Plan
Eaton Rapids Area Master Plan
Guide to Development
Land Use Map

Check with the Building Official regarding most current version of the zoning map.



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9 months ago

City of Eaton Rapids

Hello Eaton Rapids! Dressing properly is extremely important when outside for any length of time during the winter months. When cold environments or temperatures cannot be avoided, the following tips should help you stay warm, dry, and safe!

1. Wear at least three layers of loose fitting clothing. Layering provides better insulation. An inner layer of wool, silk or synthetic (polypropylene) to keep moisture away from the body. Thermal wear, wool, silk or polypropylene, inner layers of clothing that will hold more body heat than cotton. A middle layer of wool or synthetic to provide insulation even when wet. An outer wind and rain protection layer that allows some ventilation to prevent overheating.

2. Tight clothing reduces blood circulation. Warm blood needs to be circulated to the extremities. Insulated coat/jacket (water resistant if necessary)

3. Knit mask to cover face and mouth (if needed)

4. Hat that will cover your ears as well. A hat will help keep your whole body warmer. Hats reduce the amount of body heat that escapes from your head.

5. Insulated gloves (water resistant if necessary), to protect the hands

6. Insulated and waterproof boots to protect the feet
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9 months ago

City of Eaton Rapids

Deck the homes of Eaton Rapids, fa-la-la-la-la la la-la-la! 🎄🎁
The City of Eaton Rapids is decked out in lights, here are a few community members that joined in on the festivities!!
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The house with the most likes on their photo will be named the 2019 Eaton Rapids Light Master!
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The winning family will receive a basket of Holiday Goodies sponsored by Family Fare of Eaton Rapids!
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‼️VOTING CLOSES DECEMBER 27 @ 4:30 PM‼️
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9 months ago

City of Eaton Rapids

'Tis the Season! 🎄🎁
These elves are certainly up to no good! Check out what the local elves in our community have been doing leading up to the Holidays!
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The Elf with the most likes on their photo will be named the 2019 Eaton Rapids Elf of the Year!
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The winning family will receive a basket of Holiday Goodies sponsored by Family Fare of Eaton Rapids!
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‼️VOTING CLOSES DECEMBER 27 @ 4:30 PM‼️
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