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—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 →
FLINT, Michigan—Residents can have lead-based paint hazards remediated from their homes at NO COST through a special grant program being operated by the City of Flint and funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Congressman Dan Kildee helped secure $2.2 million for Flint in 2018 ...Continue Reading →
FLINT, Michigan—The City of Flint has awarded a total of $100,000 to 11 community organizations providing critical services to support Flint ReCAST, a program funded through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
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FLINT, Michigan—The City of Flint is reminding all residents that the long-standing phone number for service line replacement service continues to be active and staffed by personnel.
Those with questions on their service line replacement — including those who previously declined to participate ...Continue Reading →