Oak Park

Bill Signed into Law to Allow Remote Public Meetings to Continue

October 16th 2020

By allowing for remote meetings, public bodies and residents can continue practicing safe social distancing while also ensuring meetings remain open, accessible and transparent to the public,” said Governor Whitmer.

Halloween and COVID: What Activities are High, Moderate, and Low Risk?

October 15th 2020

The being said, many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses. There are several safer, alternative ways to participate in Halloween.

Peanut Butter Cookie Mix Up Prompts Recall Of Back to Nature Crackers

October 15th 2020

B&G Foods announced today it is voluntarily recalling a very limited number of boxes of a single date code of 6 oz. Back to Nature Organic Rosemary & Olive Oil Stoneground Wheat Crackers…

Recall Alert: Spice Hunter Products

October 14th 2020

We are recalling other products produced on those same days out of an abundance of caution regarding potential cross contamination.

2020 Candidate Interview: Brenda Richard for 45th District Court Judge

October 13th 2020

In the race for Judge of the 45th District Court, the candidates are Brenda Richard and Jaimie Horowitz.

2020 Candidate Interview: Anna Ibrahim for Ferndale School Board

October 13th 2020

Candidates are Sarah Elturk, and incumbents Anna Ibrahim and Jennifer LaTosch.

Oct. 26 – Oak Park Recreation Hosting Drive In BINGO

October 12th 2020

You can drive in, pick up your BINGO sheets and play in the comfort and safety of our vehicle!

Oct. 23 – Oak Park Library Parking Lot Decoration Project 

October 12th 2020

Using chalk and other colorful and washable material, they will have creative control and independence to design their own parking space. 

Oct. 17 – Oak Park Recreation Drive In Movie – Hotel Transylvania 

October 12th 2020

Participants must remain in their vehicle while watching movie. 

Oct. 24 – Oak Park Boo Bash

October 11th 2020

The City of Oak Park is hosting their annual Boo Bah on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 5-8pm.