Monthly Archives: March 2017

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*Bidding Ended* Taking Bids 2012 Dodge Charger!

Category : Surplus

Update: 4/17/17 4:00pm  EST
Bidding Has ended.
Sealed bids will be opened at tonights council meeting and Highest Bidder be announced.

The City of Bangor is accepting sealed bids for a 2012 Dodge Charger.
Minimum bid $5000.00.
Sealed bids can be dropped off at City Hall until 4:00 pm on April 17.
Bids will be opened at the City Council meeting on April 17.
The car can be seen in the parking lot at:

Bangor Police Department
414 Division St.,
Bangor, MI 49103

If you have any questions please comment below and we will try to answer them.

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*Suspects Identified* Vandalization at Lions Park

Category : Crime


We have identified all suspects involved in vandalizing Lions Park. 
The Bangor Police Department has sent this case over the Van Buren County Prosecutors office for review.
We will keep you updated.

-Chief Simpson

Between the hours of 12am and 7am on March 24th unknown individuals vandalized Lions Park.
If you have any information contact the Bangor Police Department at:
or email:

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Spring Cleanup

Category : Ordinances

The Bangor Police Department would like to remind everyone that as spring approaches we will be making contact with residents in regards to blight. As a sign of respect to your neighbors and the appearance of the City, please maintain your property. If you do receive a blight notice and need a reasonable amount of time to clean up your property please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Noise Ordinance

Category : Ordinances

The Bangor Police Department has been receiving several complaints of excessive dog barking in our neighborhoods. City ordinance 90.18 prohibits loud and frequently barking dogs. Please be mindful of your neighbors.

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Scam Alert!

Category : Scams

The Bangor Police Department is currently investigating a wire fraud/scam case where the people were scammed into sending money via Western Union for the transport of puppies. This is similar to the, “IRS scam” and check scam methods. This department is advising everyone to use caution when conducting business and transactions online. Please research the online companies you are dealing with and feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. USE CAUTION!