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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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Mayor's 2014 End of the Year Report


FEMA Assistance to Residents effected
by August 11, 2014 storm
December 14, 2014

The only way to determine eligibility for federal disaster assistance is to register with FEMA, either by phone, online, or by visiting
a local recovery support site before the December 14th deadline.

Residents can register for individual assistance at, or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362). The toll-free telephone numbers will operate from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week until further notice.

 Application Filing Deadlines: Physical Damage: December 24, 2014 

Residents still needing volunteer cleanup assistance are asked to call 2-1-1 to be connected with volunteers or fill out an assistance form at

For those who responded quickly in the registration process, FEMA began contacting them and conducting site visits. They will continue this process until each person that registered has met with an inspector. Oakland County has utilized several messaging methods to encourage victims to register as this is the only way FEMA can do the appropriate follow up.

In addition to the FEMA Inspectors making contact with homeowners, representatives from the US Small Business Administration (SBA) will also contact those that registered. They will explain how the SBA can assist with loans for uncompensated losses. The SBA will also be offering financial assistance to businesses that sustained losses from the flood. Shortly they will be setting up a Business Recovery Site (BRS) in each county and will be promoting this through their media and messaging process. Additional information on business assistance will be provided when available.

Click here for FEMA News Release & more information
Click here  for more information about US Small Business Administration (SBA) Diaster Loans 
Click here to read more about SBA Stands ready to Assist Michigan Residents 

SBDC's Help Businesses Apply for SBA Diaster Assistance Loans
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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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News & Announcements

Dec 24, 2014 Senior Center Holiday Closing

Dec 12, 2014 SBA Closing Last Diaster Loan Outreach Center in Michigan

Dec 09, 2014 Searching for a Unique gift?

Dec 08, 2014 City Council has waived Permit Fees for Flood victims ONLY

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