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Police Use of Force Policy

The Pleasant Ridge Police have received certification for our use of force policy from the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police. This approval certifies that our use of force policy meets the requirements of the Presidential Executive Order on Safe Policing issued June 16, 2020. Pleasant Ridge is in the first group of Michigan police …

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Salt Buckets Delayed

Due to the ongoing snow event, Brilar’s crews are and will be busy clearing snow from streets and walks. Salt buckets will not be filled this week, but will be filled on Tuesday, February 23.

Christmas Tree Disposal

Christmas trees will be picked up on Mondays with regular trash disposal. Residents can place the tree at the curb with the stump facing the street for pickup on any Monday.

Future Woodward Improvements – Ferndale Moves

Ferndale has been updating their Ferndale Moves plan, which is their framework for walking, bicycling, and transit improvements in their City. An important piece of that plan is improvements to the walking and biking experience along and across Woodward. Pleasant Ridge residents were invited to participate in a survey regarding Woodward as part of this …

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Election Update – October 27

Absentee ballots can still be obtained at the City Clerk’s office during normal business hours.  The Clerk’s Office will also be open on Saturday, October 31st from 9am-4pm to issue and accept absentee ballots. In order to be counted, all ballots must be returned on or before 8pm on Election Day, November 3rd.  Absentee ballots …

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Historical Commission October Meeting

The Pleasant Ridge Historical Commission will hold a regular meeting via remote participation on Wednesday, October 7 at 7:00 p.m. Due to the COVID-19 State of Emergency declared by the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-67, the limitation on public assemblies of Executive Order 2020-77, and the permitting of public meetings by remote participation allowed by Governor’s Executive Order 2020-75. …

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