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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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Public Comments Requested for Grant

The City of Pontiac has applied for a federal grant to provide funds to support law enforcement efforts to help fight violent crime. The city is seeking public comments.  Comments should be sent in writing by mail to Jaki Holzer, 47450 Woodward Avenue, Pontiac, Michigan  48342 or by e-mail to jholzer@pontiac.mi.us by 5:00 p.m., August 17, 2015.


Click here to view the application.

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Don't Forget to Vote - Tuesday August 4th!

There will be a Special election on Tuesday, August 4, 2015. Click here to go to the City Clerk's webpage for more information.
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Meet Up & Eat Up Summer Lunch Program

Throughout the summer, summer lunches will be available to school children through the Meet Up and Eat Up program. Click here to go to the State of Michigan food service website for times and locations.

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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.
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Boil Water Notice: South Blvd & Howland Ave.

 

A boil water notice will be in effect Monday July 27, 2015 for 101 South Blvd and 394-408 Howland in Pontiac. This notice is due to scheduled water main replacement and will affect approximately 3 residential connections and 1 commercial connection (0 food service connections).

 

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Water Main Replacement: Howland & Dellwood Avenues

Water Main replacement from June through August on Howland Avenue and Dellwood Avenue. Local Traffic Only during construction. Click here to read entire notice.