WRAP (Water Assistance Program)
- Home Water Audit
- Conservation Education
- Plumbing repairs up to $2,000
- Monthly Credit and Help with Arrears
- Household Assistance
- First payment mad at initial enrollment
Call 248-479-6515 or go to www.OLHSA.org/WRAP for more information
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Tree of Hope Lighting & Holiday Extravaganza Parade December 2nd & 3rd
On Saturday, December 3rd, the Holiday Extravaganza begins at 8:00 with a scholarship & awards ceremony, followed by the WinterFUN Festival at 8:30 a.m., finishing up with the Annual Holiday Parade from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Seniors can watch the parade from inside the warming center. Click here for more information.
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Road Closures - Kennett Road and ML King Jr. Blvd
Curbside Yard Waste Collection Ends December 2nd
Tall Grass/Weeds Ordinance Notice
Tall grass and weeds greater than eight (8) inches in height are in violation of the ordinance as well as any accumulation of dead weeds, grass or brush.
Violation of this ordinance may cause a fine of up to $500 plus the cost to cut, trim, destroy or remove the vegetation.
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Pontiac-Based Mental Health Resources
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2023 Winter Festival - Sat. Jan. 14th
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.
(November 01 2022) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SURVEY - Response Deadline November 1st
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(November 8 2022) Millage Ballot Proposal Information
The Headlee Amendment of 1978 affects the amount municipalities are able to collect for property taxes that provide services to its residents. The City of Pontiac has seen substantial losses in revenue due to these restrictions. The November 8, 2022 ballot includes a proposed 1.0868 millage increase to offset those losses.
Click here to read about the history of the Headlee amendment, how it has affected city property tax revenues. Read More
(November 08 2022) Election November 8th - Special Clerk Hours Sat. & Sun.
In addition to the general election for local, state and national offices there are state and local proposals on the ballot.
Click here to go to the City Clerk's election page for more information such as voting locations and times and to download a sample ballot.
Click here for information regarding the City millage proposal.
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(November 07 2022 ) CDBG Town Hall - November 7th
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) brings federal dollars into the City of Pontiac for important projects. A Town Hall was held to find out how the City can use it to improve the quality of life for our residents.
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(November 26 2022) Small Business Saturday - Nov. 26 12-5 PM Flagstar Strand Theater
(November 11, 2022) City Hall Closed - Nov. 11th Veterans Day
Phoenix Roof Update
Phoenix Center Amphitheater Roof Update
After the December 11, 2021 storm tore the roof of the Phoenix Amphitheater, Lee Construction was immediately called in to remove large sections of the tensile roof.
The City has worked with contractors to get the remain pieces of canvas removed.
Work continues to replace the tensile roof.
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City Receives $90,000 Grant From NextFifty Initiative
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Executive Order For Street Vendors
On the evening of March 28, 2022, it was brought to the attention of the administration that there is a gray area in Article XIXa Mobile Food Vehicle Vendors. This gray area made it difficult to regulate all mobile food vendors with equity. On March 29, 2022, I executed Executive Order 2022-01 which temporarily creates a new class of mobile food vendors to be regulated. This will allow for the equitable regulation of all mobile food vendors while also giving the Pontiac City Council time to adequately review and modify the requisite city ordinances as they see fit.
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