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Flint Mayor Sheldon A. Neeley has negotiated an extension for yard waste pickup because of recent delays in service. The...
11/18/2020

Flint Mayor Sheldon A. Neeley has negotiated an extension for yard waste pickup because of recent delays in service. The city's service provider reported that it was short-staffed because its workforce was impacted by COVID-19, which caused the delays. ***The final curbside yard waste pickup for the season now will be the week of November 29-December 5, 2020, on residents’ regular trash day.***

For more information: https://bit.ly/3kML5GK

The City of Flint has worked with its insurance company to add an additional $20 million to the state’s water-related ci...
11/18/2020
Flint insurer agrees to add $20 million to state settlement: Total so far is $641.25 million – EPA, other engineering firms have not yet settled

The City of Flint has worked with its insurance company to add an additional $20 million to the state’s water-related civil lawsuit settlement to further compensate the residents of Flint. This tentative agreement, which requires City Council approval, will resolve outstanding lawsuits at no cost to the City and no cost to taxpayers.

The detailed settlement agreement for the Flint water-related civil lawsuits is being filed today in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. It includes the $600 million proposed settlement by the state of Michigan as well as additional $20 million on behalf of the City of Flint, $20 million from McLaren Regional Medical Center and $1.25 million from Rowe Professional Services Company — bringing the total for the state settlement agreement to $641.25 million.

It is not considered the final total settlement for water-related lawsuits. Litigation is continuing against the United States Environmental Protection Agency as well as the city’s other former engineering consultants — Lockwood, Andrews, and Newnam, Inc., and Veolia North America, Inc.

Please read the link below for more information.

Flint insurer agrees to add $20 million to state settlement: Total so far is $641.25 million – EPA, other engineering firms have not yet settled Posted by: City of Flint news FLINT, Michigan–The City of Flint has worked with its insurance company to add an additional $20 million to the state’s...

11/16/2020

REMINDER: Yard waste pickup continues through the week of Thanksgiving (on your normal trash collection day). If there are any questions or concerns, please call (810) 410-1134.

In celebration of all who have served and are serving, Happy Veterans Day!
11/11/2020
Mayor Neeley orders flags back to full staff in honor of Veterans Day

In celebration of all who have served and are serving, Happy Veterans Day!

Mayor Neeley orders flags back to full staff in honor of Veterans Day Posted by: City of Flint news FLINT, Michigan—Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley ordered the flags at City Hall raised back to full staff in honor of Veterans Day today. “Today is a day dedicated to the celebration of all our veterans...

Remember to bag all leaves! Yard waste pickup will continue through the week of Thanksgiving (on your normal trash colle...
11/09/2020

Remember to bag all leaves! Yard waste pickup will continue through the week of Thanksgiving (on your normal trash collection day).

Find out more about the members of the Community Advisory Task Force to the Flint Police Department. Here Pastor Jeff Ha...
11/09/2020
Personal tragedy motivates chair of police advisory task force to seek “justice and equality”

Find out more about the members of the Community Advisory Task Force to the Flint Police Department. Here Pastor Jeff Hawkins, the task force chair, talks about how the loss of his two sons motivates him to advocate on behalf of those lost to violent and community division.

Mayor Sheldon Neeley proposed creation of the community-led task force in June to bridge between the community and the Flint Police Department. Individuals with questions or concerns can contact the committee at [email protected].

https://www.flintside.com/inthenews/jeffrey-hawkins-flint-task-force.aspx

Rev. Jeffrey Hawkins has made pursuing social justice and equity causes his life's mission.

Mayor Sheldon Neeley greets volunteers and Genesee County Sheriff deputies as they deliver ballots cast by inmates at th...
11/03/2020

Mayor Sheldon Neeley greets volunteers and Genesee County Sheriff deputies as they deliver ballots cast by inmates at the Genesee County Jail. Organizers said several hundred ballots were delivered.

Beware Flint residents: Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is reporting robocalls urging people to vote tomorrow. ***...
11/03/2020

Beware Flint residents: Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is reporting robocalls urging people to vote tomorrow. *** TODAY is the last day to vote. *** Be in line by 8 p.m. today to cast your ballot. And, remember to say thank you to all of our hard-working election workers!

Flint Downtown Development Authority
10/29/2020

Flint Downtown Development Authority

10/29/2020
Community Visioning & Input Session: The future of I-475

Did you miss the I-475 community engagement session on Facebook live? If so, view the recording below and send your input to us at 4[email protected].

Mayor Sheldon Neeley is soliciting community input on an idea proposed in January 2019 as part of the “Downtown Game Plan” to remove a portion of the expressway. This alternative plan would level the landscape and create a more pedestrian- and bicyclist-friendly boulevard.

A feasibility study is still being done to determine if this alternate plan is possible, but the state has funding available to resurface a portion of I-475 in downtown Flint. Mayor Neeley is seeking input now, before any investment or concrete plans are made, to determine the community’s vision for the future of I-475 in this area where funding soon will be available. For more information: http://bit.ly/475future

For more information: http://bit.ly/HalloweenWarningMayor Sheldon A. Neeley is co-hosting five family-friendly events on...
10/28/2020

For more information: http://bit.ly/HalloweenWarning

Mayor Sheldon A. Neeley is co-hosting five family-friendly events on Halloween to help children safely celebrate and trick-or-treat without going door-to-door:
• Noon in Sarvis Park, 4000 Wisner Street. Candy hunt and parade hosted by Sarvis Park Neighborhood Association.
• 4:30-5:30 p.m. at Latinx Technology and Community Center, 2101 Lewis St.
• 4:30-6 p.m. at Bethel United Methodist Church, 1309 N. Ballenger Highway.
• 4:30-6 p.m. at Flint Development Center, 4121 Martin Luther King Ave.
• 5:30-7 p.m. at Berston Field House, 3300 N. Saginaw St., in partnership with state Representative Cynthia R Neeley and County Commissioner Bryant Nolden.

Bedrock Apparel also is hosting an event as are many other churches and community organizations.

Calling them "true community champions," Mayor Sheldon A. Neeley today thanked The Kyle Kuzma Foundation and the NBPA Fo...
10/27/2020

Calling them "true community champions," Mayor Sheldon A. Neeley today thanked The Kyle Kuzma Foundation and the NBPA Foundation for their generous donation to make every vote count in Flint.

Mayor Neeley worked with the foundations to secure the gift and suggested their combined $10,000 donation be used to help install and secure additional absentee voter drop boxes in advance of the Nov. 3 presidential election. https://bit.ly/31LqJHu

Residents can drop off their absentee ballots safely and securely at six locations in the City of Flint:

• Flint City Hall, 1101 S. Saginaw St.
• Flint Police Station, 210 E. Fifth St.
• Fire Station 3, 1525 Martin Luther King Ave.
• Fire Station 5, 3402 Western Road
• Fire Station 6, 716 W. Pierson Road
• Fire Station 8, 202 E. Atherton Road

Questions about voting? Contact the Flint City Clerk Election Division at (810) 766-7414.

10/23/2020

Our team is out now and will be back out tomorrow to clear downed tree limbs and other damage from today's storm!

Inspired by City of Flint Police Sergeant Scott Watson’s story about how basketball made a difference in his life, Ann-M...
10/23/2020

Inspired by City of Flint Police Sergeant Scott Watson’s story about how basketball made a difference in his life, Ann-Marie Blaney donated 130 new basketballs to the Flint Police Foundation! Ann-Marie, thank you for your support!

Anne-Marie Blaney was recently inspired by an interview she heard featuring Flint Police Sergeant Scott Watson. In that interview Sgt. Watson talked about the positive effect that playing basketball had in his life growing up in the City of Flint. Anne-Marie took it upon herself to raise money that she then used to purchase 130 new basketballs. She donated those basketballs today to the Flint Police Foundation. Flint Police Officers will be handing out the basketballs to kids in our community at upcoming events. Thank you for your kind and heartfelt donation Anne-Marie!

A new United States flag is flying at Flint City Hall thanks to area veterans, including a group from UAW Local 598. May...
10/23/2020

A new United States flag is flying at Flint City Hall thanks to area veterans, including a group from UAW Local 598. Mayor Sheldon Neeley invited veterans to join him so that the previous flag, which was becoming weathered, could be properly retired. The group also helped raise the new flag, which is now proudly on display.

10/19/2020
City of Flint

Mayor Sheldon Neeley is inviting residents to join in community visioning and input sessions regarding I-475 in downtown Flint. The first of these events will be hosted live here. For more information: http://bit.ly/475future

You are welcome to leave comments and questions here. We will do our best to answer as many as we can during the live broadcast. Feedback also can be given by emailing [email protected].

Mayor Sheldon Neeley is inviting residents to join in community visioning and input sessions regarding I-475 in downtown Flint. The first of these events will be hosted live here. For more information: http://bit.ly/475future

10/17/2020
Reclaim Your Vote

Join in the conversation: Reclaim your vote with Urban League national president Marc Morial, Mayor Sheldon Neeley, Superintendent Anita Steward, and Pastor George Wilkinson.

10/10/2020
Community Update 10-10-2020

Mayor Sheldon Neeley's weekly community update. Get an update on Halloween plans, Flint's new water testing lab, Flint United professional basketball team, and COVID-19

10/10/2020
Community Update 10-10-2020

Mayor Sheldon Neeley's weekly community update. Get an update on Halloween plans, Flint's new water testing lab, Flint United professional basketball team, and COVID-19

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1101 S Saginaw St
Flint, MI
48502-1636

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Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

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(810) 766-7015

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