The City of Flint’s Utilities Department is performing replacement work on two water valves in the area of Corunna Rd. and Mann Ave. and the area of Stocker Ave. and Fielding St. Work in the ...Continue Reading →
As part of its overall Capital Improvement Plan, the City of Flint Department of Public Works has implemented leak detection work on the City’s water system. Leak detection will be undertaken by Echologics, the vendor awarded the contract, who will be seen around the ...Continue Reading →
In the wake of Friday’s severe weather, City of Flint crews will be following a plan to clear downed trees and related debris. Street sweeping activities began the week of August 17th to clean up remaining trees and branch debris. Clearance activities will include ...Continue Reading →
In regard to the August 17, 2015 court proceedings in the case of Shears vs. the City of Flintin which Judge Archie Hayman of the 7th Circuit Court entered an order granting a preliminary injunction, officials from the City of Flint have issued the following statements.
“We ...Continue Reading →
During the monthly meeting of the Receivership Transition Advisory Board (RTAB) held on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, a budget amendment reallocating funds to increase staffing in the Flint Police Department was approved. The resolution brought before the RTAB was passed ...Continue Reading →
The Water Street Foot Bridge crossing the Flint River downtown reopened Tuesday, August 11, 2015 to pedestrians and cyclists. The reopening comes just in time for the August summer festivals, including the beginning of Back to the Bricks today and the Crim Festival of ...Continue Reading →
The City of Flint’s Director of Planning and Development Megan Hunter has announced her intention to resign her position at the end of August. A nationwide executive search is currently underway to find a replacement for Hunter. The position is appointed and serves directly under ...Continue Reading →
The City of Flint Planning Commission and the Flint Housing Commission will begin interviewing three candidates interested in becoming consultants for the City’s Choice Neighborhoods Planning Initiative.The top three firms include Houseal Lavigne Associates, Camiros, Ltd., and EJP Consulting Group LLC.
Interviews ...Continue Reading →