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Historical Commission Workshop Meeting

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, the Pleasant Ridge Historical Commission will hold a workshop meeting to discuss upcoming events and activities via remote participation on

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Wellness Center Re-Opening Plan

Our wellness center re-opening continues to be dependent upon the Governor’s order, and the resolution of the issues in the Courts. Our wellness center will open when permitted by the Governor. You can review our operating plan for the wellness center at the following link:  Wellness Center Re-Opening Plan

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Pool Closed for 2020

Overview On June 9, the City Commission voted to keep the pool closed for the summer of 2020. This was a difficult decision, but concerns over safety and operational limitations were too great to open the pool this year. Operationally, the pool experience would look very different this year compared to a normal year, but

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Pleasant Ridge Statement on Racism, Systemic Bias, and Policing

The City of Pleasant Ridge City Commission and Police issued the following statement at the June 9 meeting: The Pleasant Ridge City Commission and Police condemn the senseless and heartbreaking killing of George Floyd. This and other related incidents have sparked an unprecedented call for reform across the nation to address systemic bias and racism.

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Pool Update – June 2

June 2, 2020 Yesterday the Governor issued Executive Order 2020-110 ending the stay at home order, and allowing certain businesses and activities to resume, including pools at 50% capacity. Oakland County had previously ordered all public pools closed, but will be revising their order to align with the State. This clears the way for Pleasant Ridge

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Pool, Wellness Center, and Summer Camp Update

June 1, 2020The Governor issued Executive Order 2020-110 today ending the stay at home order, and allowing certain businesses and activities to resume. Of particular note to Pleasant Ridge residents will be sections of Order 110 regarding public pools, gyms, and summer day camps. While the Governor’s order allows for pools and day camps to

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COVID-19 Testing Available

Oakland County is offering free COVID-19 testing to all adult residents – with or without COVID symptoms.  There is no prescription necessary and testing locations are available in Southfield, Pontiac, and Novi.  Appointments must be made through the County’s nurse on call system at 1-800-848-5533. For full details about the process, testing times and locations,

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Summer Recreation Events, Activities, and Programs Cancelled

The City of Pleasant Ridge is cancelling all recreation programs, events, and activities through Labor Day. This decision was difficult. We do not know how long it will be necessary to observe social distancing, but it is very likely to through the summer and fall of this year as we work to keep the curve

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Historical Commission Workshop Meeting

Due to the COVID-19 State of Emergency declared by the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-33, the limitation on public assemblies of Executive Order 2020-42, and the permitting of public meetings by remote participation allowed by Governor’s Executive Order 2020-15, the Pleasant Ridge Historical Commission will hold a workshop meeting to discuss upcoming events and activities via remote participation on

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City Commission Budget Workshop

Due to the COVID-19 State of Emergency declared by the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-33, the limitation on public assemblies of Executive Order 2020-42, and the permitting of public meetings by remote participation allowed by Governor’s Executive Order 2020-15, the Pleasant Ridge City Commission will hold a budget workshop meeting via remote participation on Tuesday, April 21 at 5:00

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Loose Brush Pickup April 2020

There is no loose brush pickup this month. Brilar, the City’s DPW contractor is shut down and not working due to the shelter in place order. You can bundle the brush and place it out for pickup on Monday with compost, or wait until May to place it out for third Tuesday loose brush pickup.

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Loose Brush Pickup

Please be advised that Brilar is delayed picking up loose brush this week. Leave it at the curb and they will pick it up as soon as they are able. We are told this should happen tomorrow (Thursday), March 19.

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45th District Court COVID-19 Information

Please see the following from the 45th District Court: In light of Governor Whitmer declaring a State of Emergency in Michigan regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, the 45th District Court is modifying its usual operations and procedures as described below until further notice to ensure the health and safety of the community, while continuing to provide

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Absentee Ballots – Saturday Hours

City Hall will be open on Saturday, March 7 from 9 am until 5 pm to accept absentee ballot applications and issue ballots for the March 10 primary election. You can obtain a ballot that day while you wait.

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