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Holiday Extravaganza Parade Saturday, Dec. 5th.
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Pontiac Crime Rate Drops
Read the Detroit News article about the significant drop in our city's crime rate. Click here to view the article.
City Hall Closed Nov. 26th & 27th for Thanksgiving. Trash Collection Will Be Delayed.
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Welcome to Pontiac

Pontiac is the County Seat for Oakland County. Pontiac City Hall is located at 47450 Woodward Ave, Pontiac Michigan, 48342. Our central phone number is (248) 758-3000. City Hall is open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. With quick access to I-75, M-59, M-24, Woodward Avenue and Telegraph Road, Pontiac is an ideal location for business, shopping and housing. Do you have questions or comments about the city website? Click here to contact the website administrator .


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City Hall Closed for Thanksgiving Nov. 26th & 27th

City Hall will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 26th & 27th for the Thanksgiving holiday. Click here to read Mayor Waterman's Thanksgiving message.

Advanced disposal trash collection services will be delayed one day with Thursday's trash collected on Friday, and Friday's trash collected on Saturday. Read more...

New Spirit of Pontiac Newsletter

The City of Pontiac has launched a new newsletter called "Spirit of Pontiac." It includes exciting news and events happening in our City.
Click here to read this month's edition.

City Crime Rate Drops

The Detroit News reports that Pontiac has seen a 37 percent decrease in violent crime since 2011.
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