Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Saginaw, Matthis, Fairgrove and Clark
A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for Clark St. from Saginaw to Stockwell, Fairgrove St. from Saginaw to Edison, Saginaw St. from Fairgrove to Howard and Matthews St. from Saginaw to Edison.Read more...
Free Landfill Days!
Free Landfill Days! Saturdays April 29th, May 6th & May 13th. 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Proof of residency required. 3 Cubic Yard maximum per load. Allowed: Furniture, appliances, carpet, wood and demolition items. Tires for a $3 fee. Excluded items: Concrete, asphalt, stones, earth, large car parts, gas tanks, batteries, propane tanks, liquids, large stumps and limbs over 6 inches in diameter. Click here for flyer.
Free Smoke Alarms InstalledThe American Red Cross of Southeast Michigan is conducting free smoke alarm installs and inspections in Pontiac on April 29th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Installs only take 15-30 minutes. Call 248-574-9432 or online at http://www.redcross.org/local/michigan/home-fire-safety to schedule an installation. Click here to read the flyer.
Curbside Yard Waste Collection Begins April 3rdCurbside yard waste collection begins April 3rd and continues through November 24th. Yard waste is collected on the same day as your curbside trash collection. Leaves and grass must be in 30 gallon paper bags or 10-35 gallon trash cans with a yard waste sticker clearly visible. Twigs must be tied with rope or twine and be no more than 2 inches in diameter and 4 feet in length. Read more...
New City of Pontiac Business Guide"The Link" is Pontiac's new Business Guide providing information about events and developments happening in the city. In the back is a complete directory of Pontiac Businesses.
Click here to read "The Link"
Spirit of Pontiac Winter NewsletterThe Spirit of Pontiac newsletter is a joint initiative between the City of Pontiac and Oakland University.
Click here to read the Winter 2017 Newsletter.
Blight Elimination SurveyPlease fill out the Blight Elimination Survey and let the City know what you think about how to best deal with this issue. Click here to fill out the survey.
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.