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Welcome to Madison Heights

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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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          Upcoming Road and Vehicle Ballot Proposals
                      (R and V vote scheduled for August 2nd)
                                     
The City of Madison Heights would like to communicate information regarding the August 2nd ballot proposals on Road and Vehicle Millage renewals (R and V). All residents were sent an informational newsletter in the mail and had opportunity to attend one of six neighborhood meetings. If you did not received your newsletter, hard copies are available at City Hall and Library, and electronic copies are available on the City’s website (click here). If you have any questions, please call the City Manager’s office at (248) 583-0829.

Informational Video explaining Proposals R-3 and V-3

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NOTICE OF ROAD CONSTRUCTION
 2016 SECTIONAL CONCRETE REPAIR PROGRAM
SHERMAN, KEMPAR, RESEARCH PARK, TECH ROW, WHITCOMB-DEQUINDRE TO JOHN R, HARLO, 11 MILE-DEQUINDRE TO JOHN R, EDWARD-WHITCOMB TO MANDOLINE, LINCOLN-DEQUINDRE TO COUZENS, 13 MILE-CAMPBELL TO STEPHENSON, STEPHENSON HIGHWAY-SOUTHBOUND SOUTH OF GIRARD, STEPHENSON HWY TURNAROUNDS, WHITCOMB EAST OF STEPHENSON HWY, MONTPELIER, HORACE BROWN

The City of Madison Heights will have a contractor replacing deteriorated concrete pavement on portions of the above-referenced roads this summer. The initial phase will be a moving saw cut operation beginning the week of July 18, 2016 that will cause only a temporary lane closure while actual saw cutting occurs. Actual concrete removal and replacement will begin in early August. At that time, the contractor will be removing and replacing deteriorated concrete. Traffic will be maintained, however there will be lane and driveway closures as well as lane reductions during portions of construction. These restrictions may impact truck and delivery vehicle access. Pedestrian traffic will be maintained at all times where there are adjacent sidewalks. Where concrete slabs will be replaced at driveway approaches, affected property owners will be notified in advance in order to prepare for the limitations on access to their driveway(s).

Please note that due to budgetary limitations, we will not be able to replace everything that needs to be replaced on these roads. However, this year’s program is designed to maximize the road repairs that can be made within budget limits. Road construction is being paid for with major and local road funds. There will be no assessments to adjacent property owners and no additional costs to businesses or property owners. Your patience and cooperation during this project will be appreciated.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Project Engineer Brad Brickel at the offices of Nowak & Fraus, City Engineering Consultants at 248-332-7931 or the Community Development Department’s Request for Service line at 248-583-0831.

Madison Heights Community Round Table

Congratulations to the 2016 Madison Heights Community Round Table Award Winners!
Click here for list of the winners.


Click here to view Madison Heights Community Calendar Of Events
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Pothole Reporting - Twitter  

See a pothole in Madison Heights-take a picture and note the location and tag #madhtsfix on Twitter to report potholes in real-time. Our goal is to improve customer service, communicate more effectively, and provide another avenue for our residents to report a pothole.

https://twitter.com/hashtag/madhtsfix?src=hashOur

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The following Ordinance was adopted at the May 9, 2016 City Council meeting.  Obtain full text by clicking on the item:

Ordinance No. 2112 - Amendment to the Animal Control Ordinance - Anti-Tethering
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PLEASE NOTE
CITY HALL IS CLOSED DAILY FROM
11:30 am - 12:30 pm



News & Announcements

Jul 16, 2016 MH Police Open House & Bike Rodeo

Jul 16, 2016 Read the Book and See the Movie this summer @ The Madison Heights Public Library

Jun 13, 2016 Library Summer Reading Program

Jun 12, 2016 Afterglow Car & Motorcycle Show

Calendar of Events