Farmington/Farmington Hills

State Orders Three Week Emergency Restrictions to Reduce COVID Spread

November 15th 2020

The State of Michigan has issued new restrictions for three weeks to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Dec. 1 – Farmington Hills Holiday Lights Ceremony

November 15th 2020

“The lights and candle represent our commitment to peace and unity here in Farmington Hills,” said Mayor Vicki Barnett.

Nov. 18 – Virtual Public Hearings on SMART Plan

November 15th 2020

For major route and service changes, SMART conducts hearings to give the public an opportunity to review
the proposals and share their feedback.

Nov. 17  – Healthy Trees in the Home Landscape Virtual Presentation

November 15th 2020

This class lists good and bad trees, why you should choose one tree over another. It also explains micro-climate environmental conditions. Finally, it will discuss oak wilt, a devastating disease to oak trees.

Nov. 17 – MSHDA Virtual Housing & Resource Fair

November 15th 2020

How to buy a home
Eviction Diversion Program
Home repair
Credit Repair
Funding opportunities
Tax foreclosure prevention
Rental assistance 
Federal, state, and local housing and community resources

Nov. 16 – Racism: Public Health Crisis Webinar

November 15th 2020

The free event, sponsored by Women Confronting Racism, will explore the intersection of race, racism, and health disparities in the state of Michigan.

Nov. 16 – History of Glen Oaks Virtual Presentation

November 15th 2020

Oakland County Parks and Recreation Historian Carol Egbo will discuss the graceful 1925 English-style stone clubhouse which is designated as one of Michigan’s Historical Buildings.

Several Appointed to Governor’s Black Leadership Advisory Council

November 14th 2020

Governor Gretchen Whitmer made appointments to the Black Leadership Advisory Council

47th Dist. Judge Marla Parker Earns Domestic Violence Prevention Award

November 12th 2020

“Judge Parker is dedicated to keeping survivors safe in every single domestic violence case that appears in her courtroom”

State Encourages Remote Working, Office Workplace Precautions Against COVID

November 12th 2020

“Workplace outbreaks are increasing along with the state’s community numbers,” said Director of COVID-19 Workplace Safety Sean Egan.