The Village of Cassopolis’s first priority is the safety and security of our community.  As we monitor the ongoing developments and safety information related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we will continue following guidelines from public health authorities, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Cass/Van Buren Health Department, and the Governor’s Office as well as our own operation preparedness plan to ensure services while working to protect the well-being of our residents and colleagues.  We will continue to closely monitor the situation in the days ahead and evaluate the need for additional measures to support our community as those needs arise.

The Village Hall will remain closed to the public with some personnel working limited hours as needed to perform essential tasks.  Police services continue as usual.

If you have questions or wish to communicate information, you may phone Village Hall at 269-445-8648 or via email at as staff will be checking messages daily.  You may also use postage mail or the drop box behind Village Hall as both will be continued to be collected and checked Monday thru Friday.

If you have a Police Emergency, please dial 911
If you need a police officer for a non-emergency, please call Central Dispatch at 269-445-1560

Utility Payments
Utility Payments can be made in any of the following ways:

  • Payments can be made via the website:
  • Payment can be made by calling 1 (888) 891-6064
  • Payments can be made by placing your payment in the drop box located at the back of the building in the last lane of the old drive thru.

Michiana Service Changes
Due to the challenges associated with COVID-19, large item pick up is currently suspended until further notice.

Spring Clean-Up scheduled from April 20-25 is Cancelled until further notice.

Official Heath Resources:
Please utilize information from trusted resources, including the State of Michigan’s Official Covid-19 Website.

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Interim Recommendations for COVID-19 Community Mitigation Strategies

Coronavirus in Michigan

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Business Assistance:
During these troubling times, we hope to support your business directly and indirectly. Below is information from the Small Business Administration, the State of Michigan and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation on supporting businesses.

Resources for Michigan Businesses During COVID-19

Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity

SBA to Provide Disaster Assistance Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19)

SBA Loan Assistance:
On March 6th, congress passed the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2020 making $1 billion available to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to provide low-interest loans to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, and nonprofits that have suffered substantial economic losses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Governor Whitmer notified the SBA that she is seeking an Economic Injury Disaster Loan Declaration for the state and has initiated the process to receive the declaration from SBA. Once granted, small businesses in qualifying areas will be able to access low-interest loans through the SBA

For additional information or to obtain help preparing the loan application in advance of the declaration, please contact the Michigan SBA offices in Detroit or Grand Rapids.  The Michigan Small Business Development Center can also provide resources for small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Visit their website:  Supporting Your Small Business During COVID-19 for additional information.