Original Post Date: March 11Latest Update: March 23 Pleasant Ridge Response Summary City Hall is closed to the public until further notice. We are staffing the building and will be here to answer phone calls and emails and will support you however we can. Payments can be placed in the drop box by the entrance
Click here for the March 10, 2020 Election Notice. Sample ballots for the March 10, 2020 Primary Election are linked below. Please note that Pleasant Ridge now has one election precinct. There is no longer a precinct 2. Democratic Party Ballot Republican Party Ballot Nonpartisan Ballot See the Elections Page for more information about registering
Please be advised that Ridge Road will be temporarily closed between Cambridge and Oakridge on Tuesday, January 21 between 8:30 am and 1 pm. The large Oak tree on the west side of Ridge south of the school crosswalk requires deadwood pruning and to ensure safety while the tree crew is working the street will
Click Here for the agenda and meeting packet for the January 14 City Commission meeting.
The City Commission is happy to present design plans for two new covered pavilions to be constructed at the pool and at Gainsboro Park in 2020. Both of these pavilions were identified as priorities during the Gainsboro Park and Recreation Master Plan processes. The Pleasant Ridge Foundation is partnering with the City to help fund
The following list will be updated as streets are completed in each zone. Once each street is complete it is noted in bold font with the date of completion in parentheses after the street name. Do not put leaves in the street after your street has been completed – they will not be picked up.
With the latest forecast being for 4-6 inches of snow and below-freezing temperatures persisting until the end of this week, it is likely that the snow plows will have to plow leaf piles out of the street with the snow. Residents should expect a leafy mess on the tree lawn between the sidewalk and the
The agenda and meeting packet for the November 11 City Commission meeting are available at the following link: November 12, 2019 Meeting Information
We are excited about the upcoming weekend! We hope to see you at both events! Halloween Movie in the Park-Friday, October 25th at 6pm. Hocus Pocus will be shown on the big screen in the park behind the Community Center. Popcorn, hot cocoa & water will be sold for $1 each (cash only please). Halloween
The October City Commission meeting has been rescheduled from the 8th to the 15th in observance of Yom Kippur. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 15 at 7:30 PM at the Community Center, 4 Ridge Road. The meeting location has been moved due to the ongoing renovation work at City Hall.
Please join in the family fun! Saturday, Sept. 7th 2-6pm Gainsboro Park All of the activities are FREE! Concessions will be available for purchase. Please wear your socks & gym shoes for the inflatables & climbing tower! PR-100-yr-Party_v2100 Year Party Agenda Attachments 100 Year Party Agenda (152 kB)
Pleasant Ridge Historical Commission Speaker Series: Researching Your Historic Home Thursday, August 8th 7 pm The presentation will be held at the PR Community Center Seating is limited for this event. The Pleasant Ridge Historical Commission announces Ted J. Ligibel, Ph.D. for their 2019 Speaker Series. Dr. Ligibel will be presenting “Researching Your Historic Home.” Dr.
Ferndale will be reconstructing Woodward Heights from the Ferndale/Pleasant Ridge boundary at Bermuda to I-75 this spring, summer, and fall. The project is scheduled to begin this week. Note that the project boundary is the south leg of Bermuda by the party store, not the north leg of Bermuda located in Pleasant Ridge. During the