FLINT, Michigan—The City of Flint will continue accepting consent forms from residents to have their home’s service lines checked for lead and replaced free of charge — but all residents are asked to urgently respond.
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FLINT, Michigan—Flint residents are invited to attend Conversations in the Courtyard and meet one-on-one with Mayor Sheldon Neeley to raise any issues or questions they wish to discuss.
The Conversations in the Courtyard events are a variation on the mayor’s typical open office hours with residents. Residents have ...Continue Reading →
Residents can complete their Census online at www.my2020census.gov, by phone toll free at 1-844-330-2020, or by attending any one of more than events planned over the next 20 days to help Flint residents BE COUNTED.
If you need assistance, contact City of Flint Census Coordinator Anthony Turner at (810) ...Continue Reading →
Mayor Sheldon Neeley issued the following statement regarding the settlement of the water lawsuit, which was announced today by the state of Michigan:
“As a resident of Flint, I would like to thank Gov. Whitmer. We appreciate her leadership with this issue that she inherited and ...Continue Reading →
FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley announced today that Flint City Hall will partially reopen to the public starting Wednesday as part of a planned, phased-in reopening.
The Customer Service department and City Hall lobby will reopen with limited hours beginning Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020. As ...Continue Reading →