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Mayor Ends State of Emergency - City Hall Offices Open

Mayor Waterman has announced an end to the State of Emergency.  City Hall offices are now open.
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City Announces Chore Program

The City of Pontiac has partnered with OLHSA to offer the Chore program. This program provides home maintenance services (snow removal, raking, minor home repairs, etc) to Pontiac's extremely low-income senior and severely disabled residents. Click here to the Chore webpage.  Read More

City Awarded Grants for Sidewalks &  Lighting

The State of Michigan has awarded the City of Pontiac $363,020 in public safety grants.  A $200,000 grant will go toward LED lighting upgrades. A $163,020 grant will go toward sidewalk repair and enhancements. Click here to read the State's announcement. Read More

No Cost Attorneys for Indigent Defendants

Through the State of Michigan's MIDC (Michigan Indigent Defense Commission), no-cost attorneys can be provided at their first appearance (arraignment). Click here to find out more about the program. Read More

Mayor Announces Rental,  Mortgage and Utility Relief For Pontiac Residents

covidreliefimagearticleUp to $15, 000 per household is available for Pontiac Residents who have fallen behind due to a lost job or other income reduction due to COVID-19.
The Rent,  Mortgage & Utility Relief Program for Citizens  program are from funds allocated from the CARES Act.
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City Expands Efforts to Address Potholes

The Department of Public Works is taking several steps to address the onslaught of potholes. These steps include: Additional Patching Crew, Saturday Patching, Negotiating with Contractor for additional crew and posting updates on the city website.  Click here to read the complete document. DPW has gotten hundreds of potholes repaired and most of our streets swept. Click here for the 2017-2018 Pothole Repair Report. 

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Precautionary Boil Water Notice:

The precautionary boil water notice effective December 14, 2021 from 8am to 8pm for 555 Thru 536 Emerson.

 

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City Retiree Health Care Litigation Settled

On Monday, November 20, 2018, US District Judge Avern Cohn gave final approval to the class action settlement between the City of Pontiac and the City of Pontiac Retired Employees Association.
Click here for the official notice.
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Council Adopted 2021-2025 Budget

The Council Adopted 2019-2021 Budget is now available online. Proposed 2021-2025 Annual Budgets (pdf) Read More

Spirit of Pontiac Summer Newsletter

The Spirit of Pontiac newsletter is a joint initiative between the City of Pontiac and Oakland University.
Click here to read the Summer 2018 Newsletter. Read More

City Crime Rate Drops

The Detroit News reports that Pontiac has seen a 37 percent decrease in violent crime since 2011.
Click here to read the article.

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