COVID 19 (Coronavirus)

City Hall Closed/Essential Staff Only:
Effective March 17, 2020, The City of Bronson City Hall will be closed until further notice in order to protect the public & City employees from the spread of COVID-19. For water bill payments; please mail or place payment in the drop box located on the southeast side of the building (in a sealed envelope with the address, account number, or payment stub). 

Limited staff will available by phone or email during normal business hours to conduct business.  Staff has been reduced per the Governor's orders and we will assist you as soon as we can.  Thank you for understanding

If you need assistance please call 517-369-7334.

Parks Playground Equipment & Pavilions Closed:

Due to recent clarification on the Governor's 'Stay Home, Stay Safe' order, we have closed the playground equipment at all of our public parks. Please do not use the equipment. It is not sanitized. The parks and green spaces remain open for public use. Maintain social distancing and do not congregate in groups over 10. Thank you for your understanding!

Stay Home. Stay Safe. Save Lives Order:
Governor Whitmer has issued Executive Order 2020-77 Stay-Home, Stay-Safe. The order is in effect until May 28th unless extended: 

Workforce and Business Resources: 

The Branch County Economic Growth Alliance has a great page for local workforce and business resources during this very difficult time for small businesses. The link includes information about the CARES Act, Small Business Loans & Grants, and many other valuable resources:

FAQ's for Businesses & Communities (MEDC)
Including Resources to Support Local Businesses

Other Resources


Center For Disease Control and Prevention
For updates on the national state of COVID-19, as well as disease prevention tips, from a trusted government source, visit the CDC’s COVID-19 information page.     


World Health Organization

For updates on the international state of COVID-19, visit WHO’s COVID-19 information page.

Michigan State Government Information

For updates on Michigan State’s measures to stop COVID-19,  visit Michigan State’s COVID-19 information page. You will also gain access to the Michigan State Alert System, which can sign you up for text and email alerts from the state government regarding the virus.