Flint City Hall again closing to public effective Nov. 16, 2020; Customer service operations to continue with new walk-up window

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FLINT, Michigan—Because of the rapidly increasing number of cases of Coronavirus locally and statewide, the City of Flint again will close temporarily to the public effective Nov. 16, 2020. However, residents can continue to ...

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Halloween update: Flint warns residents to avoid trick-or-treating door-to-door, urges families to celebrate at events following safety protocols

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FLINT, Michigan—Given the dramatically increasing number of COVID-19 cases, the City of Flint is warning residents not to go door-to-door trick-or-treating. Instead, families are encouraged to celebrate Halloween by attending events that follow COVID safety protocols.

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Mayor Neeley reminds residents of safe Halloween trick-or-treating options in Flint

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FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley is urging residents to follow all safety protocols when trick-or-treating this Halloween. 

Families are especially encouraged to look for non-traditional trick-or-treating options that institute additional safety protocols. Mayor Neeley is co-hosting events with five community organizations ...

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Mayor Neeley pledges to continue water shutoff moratorium, free household water reconnections

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FLINT, Michigan—In light of the state Supreme Court’s order that nullifies Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders, Mayor Sheldon Neeley today pledged to continue ensuring residents of the City of Flint have access to water.

“We remain in the middle of a pandemic and washing ...

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Mayor Neeley announces trick-or-treating options for families, advises caution for all who participate

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FLINT, Michigan—Community partners are joining with Mayor Sheldon Neeley to co-host four neighborhood-based trick-or-treating options for families. Each location is instituting special safety precautions.

Mayor Neeley also is announcing that the official hours for trick-or-treating in the City of Flint are ...

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Mayor Neeley: ‘We must remain steadfastly focused on protecting the safety and wellbeing of our family, friends, customers and community’

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FLINT, Michigan—While the full repercussions of the Supreme Court decision regarding Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders still are being determined, Mayor Sheldon Neeley urged all residents and businesses to continue following all ...

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Mayor Neeley reminds residents to be cautious, use credible sources for information on Flint water lawsuit settlement

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FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley today issued a reminder to residents to be cautious and to use only reliable sources for information on the Flint water settlement.

Details of the agreement are still coming together, so residents should be ...

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City of Flint customer service office to reopen to the public

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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 ...

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City of Flint launches final push to Get the Lead Out; Service line replacement project set to finish by Nov. 30, 2020

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FLINT, Michigan—With work crews nearing completion of the service line replacement project, Mayor Sheldon Neeley is asking all residents to participate NOW while funding remains available to replace lead and galvanized steel ...

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