MAY 26, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING:
The May 26, 2020 City Council meeting will be held online via Zoom. Please click the link below for instructions on how to view/participate in this meeting.
City Council Meeting via Zoom-5.26.20
The Beautification Committee has cancelled its annual Citywide Cleanup Day as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the City will have a dumpster placed in the parking lot at City Hall from Monday, May 11 to Monday, May 18 for City residents to dispose of items.
Please note that you cannot place any type of hazardous materials in the dumpster, including wet paint, oil (other liquids), asbestos, sealed tanks/drums, electronics (e-waste), tires and any appliance containing freon.
Citywide Cleanup Notice
LETTER TO RESIDENTS 4.28.20
Letter to Residents
COVID-19 CASES DATA (updated daily)
State of Michigan-Coronavirus Cases by County
COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions
Water/Sewer bills were mailed out on April 8, 2020. Please note that City Hall remains closed to the public. Payment may be submitted by mail or the dropbox outside of City Hall. If you opt to pay online via credit card or debit card, the City will waive the 3% fee. For those who have already submitted an online payment, the City is working to get the fee credited/refunded to you.
CITY HALL CLOSED TO PUBLIC EFFECTIVE MARCH 17, 2020
This is an important announcement regarding COVID-19. For the health and well-being of our employees, City Hall is closed to the public indefinitely. Any utility/tax bills may be placed in the dropbox. Working hours will be maintained.
For questions/concerns, you can reach City Hall by phone at 734-676-3900. For emergencies, please dial 911. For non-emergency matters, the Police Department can be reached at 734-676-1022.
If there are any changes, we will keep you apprised. We recognize that this is an inconvenience. Your patience is appreciated.
WATER SHUTOFFS SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY
Effective today (3/13/20) the City is suspending water shutoffs due to non-payment indefinitely. Due to the potential spread of COVID-19, there is an increased emphasis on hand-washing. With this in mind, we will not deprive residents of this while this crisis continues.