FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley today thanked the City of Flint’s friends in Washington DC for stepping up to help our community and the entire nation rebound from the ...Continue Reading →
FLINT, Michigan — Mayor Sheldon Neeley announced today that Michael Brown has joined the City of Flint as the new Department Public Works director.
Brown is coming back to work at the City of Flint, having previously served as utilities administrator at the wastewater ...Continue Reading →
FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley today called on City Council to stop delaying a critically important contract extension for project management of the service line replacement project. Council’s failure to vote on the issue will force work on Flint’s service line replacement ...Continue Reading →
FLINT, Michigan — Mayor Sheldon Neeley today presented a $71-million FY2021-22 proposed budget to the Flint City Council. The balanced budget proposal makes investments in blight cleanup, the City Clerk’s office and the Ombudsperson’s office while keeping staffing levels and expenses stable.
“In this proposed budget, ...Continue Reading →
Flint, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley announced today that the City of Flint has launched a tool to help residents report non-functioning or minimally functioning streetlights throughout the city.
Streetlights serve as both crime deterrents and provide a greater sense ...Continue Reading →
FLINT, Michigan — Mayor Sheldon Neeley announced today that Shelbi Frayer has joined the City of Flint team as the new chief financial officer.
Frayer comes to Flint with a wealth of experience in municipal finance, previously serving in key leadership roles with the City of ...Continue Reading →
FLINT, Michigan—The City of Flint has awarded a total of $210,000 to 19 community organizations providing critical services to support Flint ReCAST, a program funded through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
“We are happy to work with so ...Continue Reading →