December 8th, Cumberland Post Office 9AM-12PM
December 9th, Cumberland City Hall 9AM-12PM
(Cumberland City Hall Celebrates its 100 Year Anniversary!)
December 10th, Cumberland Public Library 10AM-2PM
December 11th, Houghton State Bank 8AM-2PM
December 12th, Cumberland Telephone Company 11AM-2PM
Support our local businesses and stop in for cookies, coffee, and conversation!
6th – 12th Graders Choose to Start Running Club in Cumberland
As of July 8th at 8:30 A.M. a group of Cumberland’s youth will meet at the Baptist Church in town and will be participating in a new running club run by Deb Brown, middle school track coach. This club will teach the basics of running including: stretching, staying hydrated, what snacks are most healthy for before and after a run, endorphins, and much more! This club will also teach responsibility, these kids will be provided a “runners’ journal” and every Tuesday will be asked they remember to bring their journals to review the running recorded at home. If you or your child has any questions about joining this club please contact City Hall (712)774-5614.
IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN!
Beginning Monday August 4, 2014 City Hall will be closed Mondays, this schedule however is temporary and will last only through November 2014. As many of you know I will be having my first child the end of September, and as a courtesy to the public the Cumberland City Council, Mayor, and I have decided we will be closed on Mondays to avoid confusion of our hours.
Starting August 4th City Halls’ hours will be as follows: Monday-Closed; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8:00AM to 5:00PM; Friday-Closed. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, but we are only hoping to avoid confusion.
Thank you for your patronage,
Grace Smith, City Clerk
We Hope You Are As Ready As We Are!
Beginning Monday, June 16th, Crain Construction will begin to install and connect the new service lines! Soon the citizens of Cumberland will reap the benefits of the hard work put in to this project! This means clean drinking water and better water pressure for our citizens.
All of us at City Hall and your City Council would like to thank the majority of you who have been patient and understanding as we have hit some bumps in the road, and continue to appreciate this demonstration of patience and understanding as we come to the end of our Fiscal Year 2013 Water Project.
What a Wonderful Time to Be A Citizen of Cumberland!
Work has finally begun on the City’s water lines! This means many things for the City of Cumberland, the quality of water will be better, water pressure will be more powerful, and the towns amenities are improving! We are doing everything and anything to improve the quality of life here in Cumberland, and it all starts with this project.
Once this project is completed we will need to repave some of the more damaged City streets, and we all know we need it! So please, as this project begins and ends, keep an eye out for the wonderful men working on the water lines, pay attention to road signs, and be prepared to experience a higher quality of water in our tiny town!