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Water Meter Replacement Project

Residents should expect to receive a letter regarding replacement of your water meter from HydroCorp on behalf of the City late this week or early next week. The City has contracted with HydroCorp to handle the installation of the new water meters. Residents will be able to schedule an appointment time for HydroCorp to come

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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.

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February 2021 Huntington Woods Library Events and Programs

The Huntington Woods library is the home library for Pleasant Ridge residents who can obtain a library card, and can participate in all programs and events. Click Here for the main events page. Following are the February, 2021 library events: Preschool First Time Storytime (Recurring event each Monday/Wednesday – 10:30-11:00 am). Books, rhymes, crafts and

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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.

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Planning and Historical Commission Openings

We have two openings on the Planning Commission and two openings on the Historical Commission. If you are interested in getting involved, you can fill out an application available at this link. The Planning Commission also serves as the Downtown Development Authority board, and meets on the fourth Monday of  the month at 7 pm.

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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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COVID-19 Update – November 16, 2020

On Sunday, November 15 Governor Whitmer issued a new emergency order in response to rising COVID-19 cases. The City has reviewed our operations in light of this new emergency order, and are taking the following actions: City Hall will remain open from 9 am to 4 pm, Monday through Thursday. Residents are encouraged to pay

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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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Wellness Center Reopening September 9

The Governor issued Executive Order 2020-176 today, allowing gyms and fitness centers to re-open on September 9. The Pleasant Ridge wellness center will be open that day. There will be some new operating procedures consistent with the Governor’s orders and basic health and safety concerns. *Revised 11/16 Wellness Center Re-Opening Plan Pleasant Ridge Parks &

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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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Woodward Heights Speed Hump

The final test project on Woodward Heights is a speed hump, located at Bermuda (south) by the Heights Market. This location was chosen as it is a gateway entrance into the City. The speed hump will slow down traffic entering the City. The City Commission will be considering whether to make this speed hump permanent

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Oakland County Small Business Recovery Grants

Oakland County has made a third round of funding available for small business recovery grants. Up to $10,000 is available to small businesses in this round of funding. Businesses that already received funding in earlier rounds can re-apply if they have not already received the $10,000 maximum. The grant can be found on the Oakland

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Dream Cruise Saturday Street Closures

All official Dream Cruise events are cancelled this year. However, the cruise will still happen and we expect there to be cruisers, bystanders, and possibly unofficial events. We will be placing barricades to close most of our streets at Woodward on Saturday, August 15 in an attempt to keep the cruise from spilling over into

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SOCRRA Special Collection Event

SOCRRA is holding a special collection event for household hazardous waste, electronics, cardboard, and styrofoam (in clear plastic bags). The event is Tuesday, August 25 from noon to 5 pm near the Oak Park Ice Arena at 14300 Oak Park Boulevard. Refer to the attached flyer for full event details. Attachments OP spec event flyer

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