Department of Public Works Manager, Jay Mader, has announced his retirement effective Friday, June 30th. Jay has worked for the City for 30 years - the last 4 serving as the City’s DPW Director. His expertise in the field and excellent problem solving skills will be missed by staff and the residents. The City wishes Jay a happy and healthy retirement and lots of sunny days to play golf!
Prior to the ongoing discussion about senior-oriented housing, the City commissioned two studies. One was to survey needs of older adults and the other studied the 11 Mile municipal property and looked at age-specific housing. Both studies can be viewed on our website at these links:
Recently you may have noticed new stencil markings featuring a bicyclist on the pavement of Borgman, Lincoln and Scotia. These stencils are called "sharrows" and they are used to mark a designated bike route that connects Huntington Woods with our neighboring communities. A copy of the bike route can be found on the attached map. The markings also are to remind motorists to share the road with bicyclists. View map...... Here
Peter Brasseur from Ecotec pest Control discusses the issue with the City Commission. Data is offered on the problem, the current status of these rodents in Huntington Woods, and ways to keep you yard free from these vermin...View Video Presentation here
Sunday, May 15, 1:00 to 5:30 pm at the DPW yard (Enter on Scotia Road). Household Hazardous Waste has been added on a trial basis this spring. Check the SOCRRA website for a list of the kinds of things included in HHW.
The City Commission recently adopted two new policies concerning construction of new residential homes and new additions in the City.Read More