City Administrator Natasha Henderson presided over the City’s
Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony Friday evening, which honored fallen local police and
firefighters. She was accompanied by Fire Safety Officer Christian Perkins, Police Chief James
Tolbert, Council President Kerry Nelson and David and Vida Fisher, the parents of a ...
On Monday, December 14, 2015, Mayor Weaver declared a State of Emergency, which was supported by City Council. As a Result, the City’s Support Emergency Operations Plan went into effect. According to this plan, the City’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is activated to begin to coordinate relief efforts.
The EOC is located ...Continue Reading →
Mayor Karen Weaver has declared a State of Emergency in response to a man-made disaster caused by the City switching to the Flint River as a water source. This switch has resulted in elevated lead levels in drinking water which prompted both the City and the County ...Continue Reading →
The City of Flint Holiday Tree lighting event will take place on Friday, December 18th. The event will begin at 4:30 in front of City Hall.
As in years past, trees with blue lights honoring fallen police officers, red lights honoring fallen firefighters (one each) will be accompanied by a tree with standard white lights on ...Continue Reading →