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Welcome to Madison Heights
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm
City Hall is Closed Daily From:
11:30am - 12:00pm
August 2, 2016 State Primary Election Results
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.
Thank You Madison Heights Voters for supporting the Road & Vehicle Millage Renewals (R & V)!
Informational Video explaining Proposals R-3 and V-3
Notice to Residents - Hydrant Flushing
As part of the City’s fire hydrant maintenance program, all hydrants throughout the City are checked and winterized annually by the Madison Heights Fire Department. Occasionally, this involves the operation and flowing of a fire hydrant, which can temporarily result in brown water in that specific district. This work will be taking place the week of October 3-7, between 7:00 am and 4:30 pm each day.
When a fire hydrant is flowed, the increased volume of water moving through the system stirs up rust, and other naturally occurring sediments in the water main, resulting in murky or brown water. These sediments do not pose any health risk, however, it is best to refrain from using the water until it becomes clear. If you experience brown water, it is recommended that the cold water tap at the lowest point in your plumbing (typically a laundry tub, bathtub, or outside hose spigot) be turned on and flushed until the water runs clear (typically within five minutes or less). Please refrain from using the hot water, as sediments will be introduced to your hot water tank, which can take longer to clear.
Should your laundry inadvertently be affected by the brown water, the Department of Public Services offers a product called Red-B-Gone, free of charge at the counter at City Hall.
To view the map of the hydrants being flushed click here
If you have any questions, please call the Department of Public Services at (248) 589-2294.
Meet the Candidates Luncheon
Wednesday October 19, 2016
from 11:30am - 1:30pm
Admission $8 at the door
Lite Lunch will be served
Lamphere Administration Building
Click here to view the flyer
8th Annual Art Challenge
New for 2016!
Functional Sculptures- "This is Home"
Artist Designed Bike Racks
The Southend Downtown Development Authority and the City's local businesses have teamed up to hold a bicycle rack design competition that would bring functional street art and much needed bike parking throughout the City. We are seeking unique design proposals for bike racks to be installed in the Downtown Development District and other potential locations in the City.
Click here for the Artist Application
Click here for Sponsorship information
Click here for the Sponsorship Application
Please contact Linda Williams with any questions
Lead Water Service Lines in Madison Heights
If not received already, all residents and businesses will be receiving the following Public Information Flyer in the mail sometime soon. Please call the Department of Public Services at 248-589-2294 with any questions.
Click here to view the flyer.
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
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.
The following Ordinance was adopted at the August 22, 2016 City Council meeting. Obtain full text by clicking on the item:
Ordinance No. 2114 - Fire Code Amendments
Major Provisions of New Outdoor Burning Ordinance
To view the provisions of the ordinance click here.
CITY HALL IS CLOSED DAILY FROM
11:30 am - 12:30 pm