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Welcome to Madison Heights

The Madison Heights City motto is “The City of Progress” and it’s well deserved.  Approximately 30,000 people call Madison Heights home and enjoy the many benefits of living in our full service and forward thinking community. Ideally located at the juncture of I-75 and I-696 in the metropolitan Detroit region, Madison Heights offers easy access to all that the community and area have to offer singles, families, and businesses...


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Make The Parks Your Place
Get involved in developing the
Master Plan for the Park and Recreation Departments.

An Informational Open House will be held

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Council Chambers
300 W. 13 Mile Road
5:30 pm

Parks and Recreation Survey

An online public input survey is now available at the following link.  This short, 9-question survey will assist the City in future parks and recreation planning.  Your input is greatly appreciated and a critical component in ensuring that the City is meeting the recreational needs and desires of the community.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

A Madison Heights Resident Assistance Campaign

After the storm of August 11, 2014, there have been numerous requests for flood recovery assistance from elderly and disabled residents who have no family to call upon for help. The City of Madison Heights has started a fundraising campaign in order to help as many of these people as we can.

Maybe you were one of the lucky ones who didn’t experience the devastating effects of the storm, or possibly you did but are fortunate enough to have had family or friends to help, and/or a portion of your losses covered by insurance. No matter your situation, please consider donating and also forwarding this information to anyone you may know if that would be interested in contributing. Perhaps they have a connection with Madison Heights from the past or they would just like to help someone in desperate need of assistance.

We will not be able to help everyone, but we are hopeful to help at least of few of the most needy senior citizens and/or disabled. Some of these people still have sewage in their basements and are unable to clean or hire someone to help them; others have lost their furnaces and/or hot water heaters and simply do not have the funds to replace these appliances in addition to all the other storm related expenses.

Madison Heights has always prided itself on being a neighborly community, with many families calling it their home since before it even was a City. Hopefully you’ll consider this a time to reach out and lend a hand to a neighbor in need.

You may donate online at
or by delivering a check to the City Treasurer’s office.
This program will be administered by the City of Madison Heights,
ensuring that your donation is tax deductible
and will be properly distributed.

Thank you in advance for your help!

Click here for Crowdfunding Application!!
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City Council has waived permit fees in accordance with the following:

1. Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing permit fees related to Furnace/Air and Hot Water Tanks only - waived from August 12th through October 31st.  (PERMITS ARE STILL REQUIRED).
2. Waiver for August 11th flood victims only.
3. Residential only.
4. Contractors must be registered with the City and  pay the registration fee if not registered.
5. For hot water heater and furnace/air permits that have already been pulled between August 12th and now, the City will issue a letter to the homeowner asking them to contact the City (return envelope) to indicate whether the work was flood-related.  For flood-related work, the homeowner will be advised that the City will issue refunds for flood-related permits to the permit holder. (This will give the homeowner notice of the refund in case they need to discuss their financial arrangement with their contractor.)
6. For new permits, City staff will ask at the counter whether the work is or is not flood related, for purposes of the fee waiver.

Organizational Mission Statement

The mission of the City of Madison Heights is to provide high quality services to residents and businesses in the most efficient, effective, and ethical manner possible so as to maintain and enhance, where possible, the public’s health, safety, and quality of life.

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News & Announcements

Oct 31, 2014 City Council has waived Permit Fees for Flood victims ONLY

Oct 08, 2014 Health Fair & Flu Shots

Sep 24, 2014 Madison Heights Connect

Sep 17, 2014 Master Plan for the Parks & Recreation Departments

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