Click Here to view the results of the recreational marihuana establishment survey.
You may have noticed the new street signs at Cambridge and Woodward. These are a new style of sign that we will be installing as needed in the City. The first batch of these signs are being installed at intersections along Woodward. Following is further information about the new signs: We are moving away from
Pleasant Ridge turns 100 this year. On May 19, 1919 the electors of what would become Pleasant Ridge voted in favor of incorporating as a Village. This was the first step towards Pleasant Ridge becoming an independent entity. We will be having a series of events this spring and summer to celebrate our City Centennial.
The Pleasant Ridge Garden Club is sponsoring a project to replace the fountain in Memorial Park. Images of the proposed fountain are shown at right. The PRGC asks that you please consider making a donation to help fund this project. The PRGC is an independent 501(C)(3) charitable organization, and your donation may be tax deductible.
Have you taken the marijuana business survey yet? If you haven’t, and if you have an opinion about whether Pleasant Ridge should or should not allow marijuana businesses to locate in our City, you can click on link below to take the survey. The survey is available until Wednesday, May 8. Recreational Marijuana Business Survey
We need your input! Pleasant Ridge and Ferndale have partnered on a safety audit of Woodward. This is part of our ongoing efforts to improve the walking and biking experience along our stretch of Woodward from 8 mile to 696. The study will assess current conditions, engage the community, and provide detailed design recommendations walking
The Pleasant Ridge Garden Club’s next meeting will be on Monday, April 1, 2019 at 4 Ridge. The agenda for the meeting is as follows: 10:00 am Business Meeting 11:00 am Program: Spring Ephemerals Presented by Cheryl English of Black Cat Pottery. Certified Advanced Master Gardner & Master Composter, member of Wildflower Association of America 12:00
Please be advised that DTE has informed us that they will be conducting a drone flyover of the west side of the City this week to evaluate their infrastructure and to identify problem areas. DTE has told us that they will stay within their right-of-way around the power lines as best they can. There will
All Pleasant Ridge residents are invited to visit B. Nektar Meadery and Tap Room with the Garden Club on Monday, March 4, 2019. Tasting samples and cookie pairings will be provided, and you may bring your own lunch. No RSVP is required. The schedule is as follows: 10:00 a.m. – Garden Club business meeting 10:45 a.m.
Summary: We are extending the due date for January summer tax installment payments. Postmarks on or before Tuesday, February 5 for mailed payments, and payments in the drop box at City Hall before 8 a.m. on Tuesday, February 5 will be accepted as on time. Detail: The City Charter allows residents who paying their own
The Pleasant Ridge Woman’s Club is once again offering college scholarships to graduating seniors of the Class of 2019. Scholarships are available to any student residing in the Ferndale School District, for public or private schools. The deadline date for applications is March 30, 2019. Non-FHS students may return them to Kathi Snow, 35 Oakland
We are expecting severe winter weather this week. Monday is bringing snow, while the middle of the week will see very cold temperatures with potentially dangerous wind chill factors. Please consider the following information about City services during the winter weather this week: Street Clearing. Brilar will be plowing streets as normal. However, salt starts
Superior Massage Therapy, a local business located here in Pleasant Ridge, is having a re-opening celebration on Saturday, February 2 from 3 to 6 p.m at 23906 Woodward Avenue, Suite 1. Following is a message from Superior Massage: “Superior Massage Therapy has moved into a new location. We haven’t moved far, but our new suite