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Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence

Representing the 14th District of Michigan

14th District Municipal Update

Southfield

Mayor Ken Siver has declared a State of Emergency on March 13, 2020. Effective immediately, all city events and activities will be postponed or cancelled until April 6, 2020 or further notice.

City hall remains open; however, the City Clerk’s and City Treasurer’s Offices are currently closed to the public. Residents can still conduct business online, via phone and through the City’s drop box.

https://www.cityofsouthfield.com/

Lathrup Village

City of Lathrup Village city hall remains open to the public. All meetings and public events and have been rescheduled through mid-April.

http://www.lathrupvillage.org/

Farmington Hills

Farmington Hills City Hall, the Division of Public Works, Costick Center, Ice Arena, Nature Center, Jon Grant Center, and Longacre House will be closed to the public as of 4:30 p.m. March 17th.Parks and recreations programs will have closures for the next 30 days. Residents are encouraged to use online services for birth/death certificates and building permits.

https://www.fhgov.com/Home.aspx

Oak Park

The City of Oak Park is declaring a local emergency. City Hall will be closed to the public through Sunday, April 5. Residents and business owners are encouraged to make use of online payment options or the dropbox outside City Hall.All public events have been cancelled until further notice, and both the city library and community center are closed until further notice.

http://www.oakparkmi.gov/

Royal Oak Township

Update Pending

https://www.royaloaktwp.com/

Harper Woods

All city buildings and facilities will remain closed to the public through April 6th. All public events have been cancelled until further notice. Critical services such as police, fire, emergency dispatch, water service and garbage collection will not be impacted.To speak with a staff member please call (313) 343-2400.

West Bloomfield

All city offices will remain open Monday to the public and functioning as normal. All public events have been cancelled until further notice. The public Library will be closed for 30 days. Parks and recreations will cancel multiple programs for 30 days.

https://www.wbtownship.org/alert_detail.php

Pontiac

Emergency action plan and support team activated. Continue to check the city PSA and Facebook posts.

All City Sponsored Public Events have been canceled within the week. City will conduct online council meetings.

http://www.pontiac.mi.us/

Orchard Lake

The city of Orchard Lake will be restricting access to city hall/police offices. City hall remains open to the public but operations are now by appointment only. If you would like to meet with any staff member, please call (248)  682-2400 to schedule an appointment. All public events have been cancelled until further notice.

http://www.cityoforchardlake.com/

 Keego Harbor

Effective Tuesday, March 17th, the city of Keego Harbor will be restricting access to city hall/police offices. City hall remains open to the public but operations are now by appointment only. If you would like to meet with any staff member, please call (248)  682-1930 to schedule an appointment. All public events have been cancelled until further notice.

https://www.keegoharbor.org/

Sylvan Lake

City hall is closed to the public but staff remains availble via phone and email. If you would like to contact any staff member, please call (248)  682-1440  or email at cityhall@sylvanlake.org. All public events have been cancelled until further notice.

http://www.sylvanlake.org/

Detroit

All city offices are open to the public and functioning as normal. All public events have been cancelled until further notice.

Detroit Public Library has closed locations until April 5, 2020. Customers may continue to use the Library’s drop boxes, which will be emptied regularly. There are no late fines for materials that are returned in good condition. The Library’s online services are available for cardholders, including its vast collection of digital materials such as eBooks, downloadable audiobooks, streaming movies, and research tools for online learning. 

City of Detroit Recreation Centers are closed until April 5th. The city’s 40 recreation workers would be reassigned to assist Detroit public school workers who will bring food to children and families who otherwise would have received it from the schools, which will also close until April.

https://detroitmi.gov/departments/detroit-health-department/programs-and-services/communicable-disease/coronavirus-covid-19

Hamtramck

City hall will remain closed to the public through March 22nd.  All public events have been cancelled until further notice. To speak with a staff member please call (313) 800-5233.

https://hamtramck.us/

Grosse Pointe

All city facilities will close to the public, including city hall, effective Wednesday, March 18th. Critical services such as police, fire, emergency dispatch, water service and garbage collection will not be impacted. Whenever possible please call, handle city business online. (313)885.5800 

www.grossepointecity.org, or email the City at city@grossepointecity.org.  

Grosse Pointe Woods

All city facilities will close to the public, including city hall. Critical services such as police, fire, emergecy dispatch, water service and garbage collection will not be impacted. Whenever possible please call, handle city business online. (313) 343-2440
 
http://www.gpwmi.us/, or email the city at @admingpwmi.us
 
Grosse Pointe Shores
All city facilities will close to the public, including city hall. Critical services such as police, fire, emergency dispatch, water service and garbage collection will not be impacted. Whenever possible please call, handle city business online. (313) 881-6565
 
http://www.gpshoresmi.gov/, or email the city at @admin@gpshoresmi.gov 
 
Grosse Pointe Farms
Effective immediately, all city facilities will close to the public, including city hall, trough April 6th. Critical services such as police, fire, emergency dispatch, water service and garbage collection will not be impacted. Whenever possible please call, handle city business online. (313) 885-6600
 
 
Grosse Pointe Park
 
All city facilities will close to the public, including city hall. Critical services such as police, fire, emergency dispatch, water service and garbage collection will not be impacted. Whenever possible please call, handle city business online. (313) 822-6200
 
https://www.grossepointepark.org/, or email the city at clerk@grossepointepark.org