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Who's going tonight..?
11/23/2021

Who's going tonight..?

The City of Hazel Park would like to wish everyone a very happy Thanksgiving Holiday! As a reminder, City Hall Municipal...
11/22/2021

The City of Hazel Park would like to wish everyone a very happy Thanksgiving Holiday! As a reminder, City Hall Municipal Offices will close EARLY this Wednesday (11/24) at 2:00 and will be CLOSED Thursday (11/25) and Friday (11/26) for the holiday.

Best wishes to all.

The City of Hazel Park would like to wish everyone a very happy Thanksgiving Holiday! As a reminder, City Hall Municipal Offices will close EARLY this Wednesday (11/24) at 2:00 and will be CLOSED Thursday (11/25) and Friday (11/26) for the holiday.

Best wishes to all.

11/22/2021
๐Ÿšจ๐Ÿšจ JOB FAIR! ๐Ÿšจ๐ŸšจAKASOL, a Hazel Park company that provides battery systems for public transportation, commercial and indu...
11/17/2021

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AKASOL, a Hazel Park company that provides battery systems for public transportation, commercial and industrial vehicles, is partnering with the City of Hazel Park to host a job fair at the Hazel Park Recreation Department.

They are accepting applications until 4:00 today. See you there!

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AKASOL, a Hazel Park company that provides battery systems for public transportation, commercial and industrial vehicles, is partnering with the City of Hazel Park to host a job fair at the Hazel Park Recreation Department.

They are accepting applications until 4:00 today. See you there!

Information from the Water Department regarding water powered back-up sump pumps.
11/16/2021

Information from the Water Department regarding water powered back-up sump pumps.

Information from the Water Department regarding water powered back-up sump pumps.

Information from the Water Department regarding frozen pipes and what to look for to avoid them bursting this upcoming w...
11/16/2021

Information from the Water Department regarding frozen pipes and what to look for to avoid them bursting this upcoming winter season.

11/16/2021
11/10/2021
A huge thank you to the Sutar-Sutaruk-Meyer Foundation for their generous donation of another $75,000 to the  Hazel-Park...
11/09/2021

A huge thank you to the Sutar-Sutaruk-Meyer Foundation for their generous donation of another $75,000 to the Hazel-Park Promise-Zone. The Foundation has been the largest funder of the Promise Zone since its inception. Pictured below are City Manager Edward Klobucher, Vice-Chair of the PZ, and PZ Executive Director, Brandon Gleaton, holding the check!

A huge thank you to the Sutar-Sutaruk-Meyer Foundation for their generous donation of another $75,000 to the Hazel-Park Promise-Zone. The Foundation has been the largest funder of the Promise Zone since its inception. Pictured below are City Manager Edward Klobucher, Vice-Chair of the PZ, and PZ Executive Director, Brandon Gleaton, holding the check!

In honor of Veterans Day, Hazel Park City Offices will be closed this Thursday, November 11th 2021. The Police and Fire ...
11/09/2021

In honor of Veterans Day, Hazel Park City Offices will be closed this Thursday, November 11th 2021. The Police and Fire department will be operational 24/7 as always. We will re-open on Monday November 13th at 8:30 a.m.

An endless Thank You to all those that have served our country.
We sincerely honor you this Veteran's Day & everyday. Take time to thank a vet for their service and our freedom....or do something nice for a military family!

In honor of Veterans Day, Hazel Park City Offices will be closed this Thursday, November 11th 2021. The Police and Fire department will be operational 24/7 as always. We will re-open on Monday November 13th at 8:30 a.m.

An endless Thank You to all those that have served our country.
We sincerely honor you this Veteran's Day & everyday. Take time to thank a vet for their service and our freedom....or do something nice for a military family!

City Manager Edward Klobucher joined School Supt. Amy Kruppe, County Executive Dave Coulter, and area legislative and co...
11/08/2021

City Manager Edward Klobucher joined School Supt. Amy Kruppe, County Executive Dave Coulter, and area legislative and community leaders to tour the IBEW Local #58 Training Center in Warren. Hazel Parkโ€™s leadership is working to ensure Hazel Park residents and students have an opportunity to train and work in this amazing field! The electrical workers from IBEW #58 are building the future!

๐Ÿ’›What a great way to honor our Veterans. Starting November 3, 2021 at 12pm thru November 13, 2021 12pm, please stop by t...
11/04/2021

๐Ÿ’›What a great way to honor our Veterans.

Starting November 3, 2021 at 12pm thru November 13, 2021 12pm, please stop by the Hazel Park Veterans Memorial located just outside City Hall at 111 E Nine Mile Road. Write a veteran's name, a memory, or a thank-you on a provided yellow ribbon and tie it to the art installation. This outdoor art experience will remain in place for one week and then move to the Hazel Park Library where it will remain interactive and can be accessed by all, thru the rest of November. In December it will move to the Hazel Park Historical Museum where it will remain active and interactive. Add your Veterans story, stop by all three locations, and visit multiple times to watch it grow.

This modern interactive art installation was designed, created and facilitated by Councilmember Alissa Sullivan with partnership from The Hazel Park Arts Council, The Hazel Park Memorial District Library and The Hazel Park Historical Museum.

"The goal of this interactive art is to create a modern art experience, made up entirely from contributions of the public and multiple city groups, while honoring Veterans for Veterans Day. Each person will experience this art in their own unique way. The Tie A Yellow Ribbon project evolves as more people participate, thus celebrating both our City's past as well as our City's future." Alissa Sullivan, creator.

For the event itself, please follow the link here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/2981099582131199/?sfnsn=mo

๐Ÿ’›What a great way to honor our Veterans.

Starting November 3, 2021 at 12pm thru November 13, 2021 12pm, please stop by the Hazel Park Veterans Memorial located just outside City Hall at 111 E Nine Mile Road. Write a veteran's name, a memory, or a thank-you on a provided yellow ribbon and tie it to the art installation. This outdoor art experience will remain in place for one week and then move to the Hazel Park Library where it will remain interactive and can be accessed by all, thru the rest of November. In December it will move to the Hazel Park Historical Museum where it will remain active and interactive. Add your Veterans story, stop by all three locations, and visit multiple times to watch it grow.

This modern interactive art installation was designed, created and facilitated by Councilmember Alissa Sullivan with partnership from The Hazel Park Arts Council, The Hazel Park Memorial District Library and The Hazel Park Historical Museum.

"The goal of this interactive art is to create a modern art experience, made up entirely from contributions of the public and multiple city groups, while honoring Veterans for Veterans Day. Each person will experience this art in their own unique way. The Tie A Yellow Ribbon project evolves as more people participate, thus celebrating both our City's past as well as our City's future." Alissa Sullivan, creator.

For the event itself, please follow the link here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/2981099582131199/?sfnsn=mo

Join us at the library tomorrow evening to share your ideas and help make your library the best that it can be!
11/03/2021

Join us at the library tomorrow evening to share your ideas and help make your library the best that it can be!

Join us at the library tomorrow evening to share your ideas and help make your library the best that it can be!

Election results from the November 2, 2021 election can be found on the countyโ€™s website listed here: https://results.en...
11/03/2021

Election results from the November 2, 2021 election can be found on the countyโ€™s website listed here:

https://results.enr.clarityelections.com/MI/Oakland/110599/web.278093/#/summary

Thank you to the dedicated election workers who did an amazing job once again for the City of Hazel Park voters.

Congratulations to Mayor @Michael Webb, Council Member Alissa Sullivan, Hazel Park City Council Member, and Council Member Luke Londo, Hazel Park City Councilmember, who were returned to their respective offices.

Election results from the November 2, 2021 election can be found on the countyโ€™s website listed here:

https://results.enr.clarityelections.com/MI/Oakland/110599/web.278093/#/summary

Thank you to the dedicated election workers who did an amazing job once again for the City of Hazel Park voters.

Congratulations to Mayor @Michael Webb, Council Member Alissa Sullivan, Hazel Park City Council Member, and Council Member Luke Londo, Hazel Park City Councilmember, who were returned to their respective offices.

Congratulations Rocky. You are a good boy!!
11/03/2021

Congratulations Rocky. You are a good boy!!

It's Election Day!! Not sure where to vote today?  MAP OF POLLING LOCATIONSPrecinct 1 - Tabernacle Baptist Church: 22323...
11/02/2021

It's Election Day!! Not sure where to vote today?

MAP OF POLLING LOCATIONS
Precinct 1 - Tabernacle Baptist Church: 22323 S. Chrysler Dr.
Precinct 2 - Community Center: 620 W. Woodward Heights Blvd.
Precinct 3 - Hazel Park Jr. High: 22750 Highland Ave.
Precinct 4 - Church of the Nazarene: 696 E. Mahan Ave.
Precinct 5 - Hazel Park High School: 23400 Hughes Ave.
Precinct 6 - St. Justin's Catholic Church: 1600 E. Evelyn Ave.

Polls are open NOW until 8PM.

๐Ÿ—ฃLocal elections have the most direct impact on residents in a community, so make sure you vote TODAY!

It's Election Day!! Not sure where to vote today?

MAP OF POLLING LOCATIONS
Precinct 1 - Tabernacle Baptist Church: 22323 S. Chrysler Dr.
Precinct 2 - Community Center: 620 W. Woodward Heights Blvd.
Precinct 3 - Hazel Park Jr. High: 22750 Highland Ave.
Precinct 4 - Church of the Nazarene: 696 E. Mahan Ave.
Precinct 5 - Hazel Park High School: 23400 Hughes Ave.
Precinct 6 - St. Justin's Catholic Church: 1600 E. Evelyn Ave.

Polls are open NOW until 8PM.

๐Ÿ—ฃLocal elections have the most direct impact on residents in a community, so make sure you vote TODAY!

What a fantastic turnout for today's Trunk or Treat at Scout Park. We are very grateful for the friendship of CityEdge C...
10/30/2021

What a fantastic turnout for today's Trunk or Treat at Scout Park. We are very grateful for the friendship of CityEdge Church and we were happy to work with the congregation and Pastor Craig on today's event. CityEdge helps make Hazel Park a better community. We're here until 4 pm, today so there's still time to join us!

For those curious on how to submit for the Hazel Park Halloween Decorating Contest, find the link below!
10/29/2021

For those curious on how to submit for the Hazel Park Halloween Decorating Contest, find the link below!

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Only a few days left to submit your favorite Hazel Park homes that have been decorated for Halloween! The submission form closes at 11:59 on October 31, 2021. A huge thank you to BDT Smoke Shops Hazel Park for sponsoring this year's contest. The submission form is now open here: https://form.jotform.com/212897785850170
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Photos from Luke Londo, Hazel Park City Councilmember's post
10/29/2021

Photos from Luke Londo, Hazel Park City Councilmember's post

๐ŸŽƒWishing all of our residents a safe and enjoyable Halloween night! Remember that the suggested trick-or-treat hours are...
10/29/2021

๐ŸŽƒWishing all of our residents a safe and enjoyable Halloween night! Remember that the suggested trick-or-treat hours are from
6 p.m. - 8 p.m. this Sunday night.

๐ŸŽƒWishing all of our residents a safe and enjoyable Halloween night! Remember that the suggested trick-or-treat hours are from
6 p.m. - 8 p.m. this Sunday night.

JOB POSTING:The 43rd District Court of Hazel Park is currently hiring for Deputy Court Clerks. Please see the job postin...
10/26/2021

JOB POSTING:

The 43rd District Court of Hazel Park is currently hiring for Deputy Court Clerks. Please see the job posting below for more information. If you have any questions, please call (248) 547-3034 or email [email protected].

JOB POSTING:

The 43rd District Court of Hazel Park is currently hiring for Deputy Court Clerks. Please see the job posting below for more information. If you have any questions, please call (248) 547-3034 or email [email protected].

With deep sadness, we announce the passing of former Mayor Jan Parisi. Mayor Parisi was a dedicated and courageous publi...
10/26/2021

With deep sadness, we announce the passing of former Mayor Jan Parisi. Mayor Parisi was a dedicated and courageous public official who helped to lead Hazel Park through some of our cityโ€™s toughest financial times. We extend our sympathies to her family and many friends.

With deep sadness, we announce the passing of former Mayor Jan Parisi. Mayor Parisi was a dedicated and courageous public official who helped to lead Hazel Park through some of our cityโ€™s toughest financial times. We extend our sympathies to her family and many friends.

Zombie Walk 2021!  Thank you to everyone who participated!
10/23/2021

Zombie Walk 2021! Thank you to everyone who participated!

Join the fun! Fall Open Skate happens every Friday.
10/22/2021

Join the fun! Fall Open Skate happens every Friday.

Join the fun! Fall Open Skate happens every Friday.

Had so much fun trick or treating with the Hazel Park Memorial District Library TINY TOTโ€™S!๐ŸŽƒ
10/22/2021

Had so much fun trick or treating with the Hazel Park Memorial District Library TINY TOTโ€™S!๐ŸŽƒ

Timeline Photos
10/21/2021

Timeline Photos

Hazel Park loves all of our cannabis dispensaries and the work they do to benefit our community. This Saturday, please j...
10/20/2021

Hazel Park loves all of our cannabis dispensaries and the work they do to benefit our community.

This Saturday, please join Hayat Cannabis for this rescheduled event that was canceled last week due to rain. So, come on by and boost Hazel Park this Saturday for Customer Appreciation Day! Proceeds will go to Hazel Park's Promise Zone and to recreational programs benefitting Seniors and Youth.

Hazel Park loves all of our cannabis dispensaries and the work they do to benefit our community.

This Saturday, please join Hayat Cannabis for this rescheduled event that was canceled last week due to rain. So, come on by and boost Hazel Park this Saturday for Customer Appreciation Day! Proceeds will go to Hazel Park's Promise Zone and to recreational programs benefitting Seniors and Youth.

๐Ÿ‘ปBOO! Don't forget about Trick or Treat at City Hall this Friday!!
10/19/2021

๐Ÿ‘ปBOO! Don't forget about Trick or Treat at City Hall this Friday!!

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111 E 9 Mile Rd
Hazel Park, MI
48030

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5pm

Telephone

(248) 546-4064

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Today is my garbage day, I don't see a holiday listed, so why has it not been picked up. When I first moved here it was done around 8 am, last several months around mid-day. Now not at all?
Very nice photo on the opening page for the City of Hazel Park.
So I call HP police and the dispatcher starts arguing about the fireworks going off over 10 days before the legal date. Says they could be in RO, Ferndale , Madison Heights. Guess what , they are not allowed in ANY of those cities before the 3rd so do your job and send a car.
Who do we report to about street light out? Almost 2 weeks it's been off.
Hello All. I've noticed there is a lack of consistent welcome signage at major points of entry into the city of Hazel Park. Maybe now is the time to address that. Especially given the new city logo and the focus on bolstering the city's core and streetscapes. Welcome signage along borders is an inexpensive way to stand out among neighboring cities and to grow awareness of the Hazel Park brand.
I love hazel park it's like home to me i attended in the school district for 6 years at jardon school.
I've noticed that Hazel Park doesn't have signage at any of its points of entry along surface streets. Nothing denoting "Hazel Park city limits" or a nice "Welcome to Hazel Park" message. An easy, cost-effective way to build the city's brand and to distinguish itself from its many neighbors. Has this ever been brought up?
Hello, I have buyers building a house there have been waiting for the city inspector to give COO for a over a week now and they are saying the ONE inspector they have is out till Monday???? Is there really no one else that can do this??? My buyers are going to be homeless. !!!!
Congratulation to the City and all of itโ€™s election workers. The polls are running smoothly and it was a pleasure to vote.
ok can't find where to post on the police page so here it goes I figured about 25 speeding tickets Highland Street, 20 of those would be "RUNNING THE STOP SIGN" oh and meyers too. Soon or later "BANG" THERE GOING TO MEET.
You made a huge mistake in having Hartwell as a Judge there. If he would kill an innocent dog to death where is his heart.