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Tree-lined streets, active community service groups, and unique mom and pop shops make up the fabric that is uniquely Hazel Park.

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Let’s do our part! The City of Hazel Park and Corktown Health Center are partnering to host a Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine C...
05/01/2021

Let’s do our part! The City of Hazel Park and Corktown Health Center are partnering to host a Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic and Health Fair on Thursday, May 13 from 3 PM – 8 PM. The Vaccine and Health Fair will be held at the Hazel Park Recreation Center (620 W Woodward Heights).

Corktown Health Center staff will administer Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. In addition, blood pressure checks and HIV tests will be available.

Everyone is welcome! Walk-ins available, and appointments encouraged.

To schedule an appointment please click here: http://ow.ly/ysKq50EC7df or call us at 313-832-3300.

Let’s do our part! The City of Hazel Park and Corktown Health Center are partnering to host a Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic and Health Fair on Thursday, May 13 from 3 PM – 8 PM. The Vaccine and Health Fair will be held at the Hazel Park Recreation Center (620 W Woodward Heights).

Corktown Health Center staff will administer Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. In addition, blood pressure checks and HIV tests will be available.

Everyone is welcome! Walk-ins available, and appointments encouraged.

To schedule an appointment please click here: http://ow.ly/ysKq50EC7df or call us at 313-832-3300.

We are proud of the eclectic mix of high-quality restaurants and bars throughout Hazel Park... and, we understand the ex...
04/29/2021
Restaurant Revitalization Fund

We are proud of the eclectic mix of high-quality restaurants and bars throughout Hazel Park... and, we understand the extremely difficult times that they have each faced during the Pandemic. Thankfully, the Small Business Administration (SBA) will soon be opening the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, a program that provides emergency assistance for eligible restaurants, bars, and other qualifying businesses impacted by COVID-19.

Registration for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund will open on Friday, April 30, 2021 with online applications beginning on Monday, May 3.

Link: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/covid-19-relief-options/restaurant-revitalization-fund.

This program provides emergency assistance for eligible restaurants, bars, and other qualifying businesses impacted by COVID-19.

#ThrowbackThursday!! Today and everyday, we thank our awesome and fearless  Hazel Park Fire Department! Hazel Park Firef...
04/29/2021

#ThrowbackThursday!! Today and everyday, we thank our awesome and fearless Hazel Park Fire Department! Hazel Park Firefighters Local 1414 🚒

Whether you love hip hop, jazz, ballet or ballroom dancing, have fun with it and enjoy International Dance Day, today......
04/29/2021

Whether you love hip hop, jazz, ballet or ballroom dancing, have fun with it and enjoy International Dance Day, today... April 29, 2021!

Whether you love hip hop, jazz, ballet or ballroom dancing, have fun with it and enjoy International Dance Day, today... April 29, 2021!

Run, walk, or just visit with us Saturday, May 8th at the Hazel Park School District Track for a very special event, Pur...
04/28/2021

Run, walk, or just visit with us Saturday, May 8th at the Hazel Park School District Track for a very special event, PurpleStride Detroit 2021. Help us raise funds, while supporting research and raising awareness of Pancreatic Cancer.

If you are not able to partake in person, please consider donating any amount you can. Every dollar helps and gets us one step closer to helping find a cure for this deadly disease. Let’s do what we can now, so families don’t have to suffer the loss of a loved one later.

We hope to see everyone out there!! Enjoy these pics from a recent event honoring the memory of ForBruce.org.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pancans-purplestride-for-bruce-tickets-150991294025?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-source=strongmail&utm-term=listing

#StrongerTogether #PAncreaticCancer #PancreaticCancerAwareness Pancreatic Cancer Action Network PancreasCare World Pancreatic Cancer Day Detroit - Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN)

43rd DISTRICT COURT GRANTS AMNESTY FOR FORGOTTEN TICKETSTraffic or parking tickets that somehow slipped under the car se...
04/28/2021

43rd DISTRICT COURT GRANTS AMNESTY FOR FORGOTTEN TICKETS

Traffic or parking tickets that somehow slipped under the car seat or civil infraction fines that somehow missed the regular bill paying schedules can now be paid without penalty at Ferndale, Madison Heights and Hazel Park’s 43rd District Court – if the violator contacts the court during the Court’s “Amnesty Period” from May 1, 2021 – June 30, 2021..

Chief Judge Joseph Longo has instituted this Amnesty Program to encourage individuals to clear up any delinquent payable citations. In many cases, these delinquencies have gone long enough to cause bench warrants or default judgments to be issued. Judge Longo has authorized that for this period of amnesty, the $100 bench warrant fee and any late fees will be waived as an incentive to clear up these matters. In addition, the $35 default judgment fee and 20% late fee penalty will be waived on suspended civil infractions (for those who have had their license suspended by the Michigan Department of State, the $45.00 clearance fee must still be paid).

“Often violators have made an honest mistake, were in a difficult situation, or simply forgot to pay the ticket and, after time has passed, are embarrassed or find it financially more difficult to pay the added penalties and fees,” Judge Longo explained. “While the Court will ultimately pursue these delinquencies through more rigorous methods, this program gives individuals a chance to have those additional fees “forgiven” – and ultimately saves the Court and the City the additional cost of pursuing the delinquencies. This is a rare opportunity for people to achieve payment compliance and save money while also reducing the Court’s cost of pursuing delinquent violators.”

Individuals must contact the court from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, for details. Payable traffic violations, parking tickets and civil infractions are included, and tickets must be paid in full, by money order or major credit card. This will be the only opportunity to have these fees waived.


Ferndale – (248) 547-8700
Hazel Park – (248) 547-3034
Madison Heights – (248) 583-1800

43rd DISTRICT COURT GRANTS AMNESTY FOR FORGOTTEN TICKETS

Traffic or parking tickets that somehow slipped under the car seat or civil infraction fines that somehow missed the regular bill paying schedules can now be paid without penalty at Ferndale, Madison Heights and Hazel Park’s 43rd District Court – if the violator contacts the court during the Court’s “Amnesty Period” from May 1, 2021 – June 30, 2021..

Chief Judge Joseph Longo has instituted this Amnesty Program to encourage individuals to clear up any delinquent payable citations. In many cases, these delinquencies have gone long enough to cause bench warrants or default judgments to be issued. Judge Longo has authorized that for this period of amnesty, the $100 bench warrant fee and any late fees will be waived as an incentive to clear up these matters. In addition, the $35 default judgment fee and 20% late fee penalty will be waived on suspended civil infractions (for those who have had their license suspended by the Michigan Department of State, the $45.00 clearance fee must still be paid).

“Often violators have made an honest mistake, were in a difficult situation, or simply forgot to pay the ticket and, after time has passed, are embarrassed or find it financially more difficult to pay the added penalties and fees,” Judge Longo explained. “While the Court will ultimately pursue these delinquencies through more rigorous methods, this program gives individuals a chance to have those additional fees “forgiven” – and ultimately saves the Court and the City the additional cost of pursuing the delinquencies. This is a rare opportunity for people to achieve payment compliance and save money while also reducing the Court’s cost of pursuing delinquent violators.”

Individuals must contact the court from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, for details. Payable traffic violations, parking tickets and civil infractions are included, and tickets must be paid in full, by money order or major credit card. This will be the only opportunity to have these fees waived.


Ferndale – (248) 547-8700
Hazel Park – (248) 547-3034
Madison Heights – (248) 583-1800

Join us in observing National Work Zone Awareness Week! Always watch out for DPW and road construction crews. Their work...
04/28/2021

Join us in observing National Work Zone Awareness Week!

Always watch out for DPW and road construction crews. Their work is important but their safety comes first.

Join us in observing National Work Zone Awareness Week!

Always watch out for DPW and road construction crews. Their work is important but their safety comes first.

🌷🌸Happy Tuesday Hazel Park! We thought everyone could use some signs of spring!From full flower beds to simple flower po...
04/27/2021

🌷🌸Happy Tuesday Hazel Park! We thought everyone could use some signs of spring!

From full flower beds to simple flower pots on porches, you don't have to travel far to find beauty blooming in our little city.

We would love if you shared photos of the signs of spring you find in your neighborhood! Post your pictures below!

Please share this post with family and friends!!
04/27/2021

Please share this post with family and friends!!

We're happy to announce that there will be two FREE pop-up COVID-19 testing dates offered here at the High School. The first will be on Wednesday, April 28 and the other will be on Wednesday, May 12. Both days will be from 12 to 6 pm. #hazelparkschools

Good morning, Hazel Park! Today is a good day to check in on an elderly neighbor or volunteer for a favorite cause... Yo...
04/27/2021

Good morning, Hazel Park! Today is a good day to check in on an elderly neighbor or volunteer for a favorite cause... You are the reason that we are "The Friendly City".

Good morning, Hazel Park! Today is a good day to check in on an elderly neighbor or volunteer for a favorite cause... You are the reason that we are "The Friendly City".

What a great way to help out our shelter. Please visit the Hazel Park Animal Control Shelter page to read more ...
04/26/2021

What a great way to help out our shelter. Please visit the Hazel Park Animal Control Shelter page to read more about the auction happening right now, and please don't forget to share this with family and friends!!

04/26/2021
Here are a few important reminders about recycling from our partners at SOCCRA, the Southeastern Oakland County Resource...
04/26/2021

Here are a few important reminders about recycling from our partners at SOCCRA, the Southeastern Oakland County Resource Recovery Authority. For more information, please call: 248-288-5150.

Here are a few important reminders about recycling from our partners at SOCCRA, the Southeastern Oakland County Resource Recovery Authority. For more information, please call: 248-288-5150.

What a great resource to share with family and friends.
04/26/2021

What a great resource to share with family and friends.

Being a teenager can be hard—and when a pandemic disrupts your normal routines, it can get a lot harder. You may feel disappointed, depressed, and anxious about the future. How about connecting with other teens from around the state to share your feelings and compare experiences? Register for a virtual support group designed especially for 14-to-17-years-olds, hosted by our Stay Well counseling team.

Sign up for one or more sessions at https://bit.ly/3atGWp3

You’ll get a confirmation email with information to join the meeting.

YASSSSSSS!!!! 🙌🙌
04/26/2021

YASSSSSSS!!!! 🙌🙌

The Hazel Park Arts Council is excited to announce the 2021 Hazel Park Art Fair! We missed you last year with COVID-19 changing, well, everything. Things will still be a little different, but we hope you’ll join us at Green Acres Park this August to celebrate and support our local artisans. Applications opening soon!

#hazelparkartfair #hpaf2021 #hazelparkartscouncil #hazelpark #detroit #michigan #shoplocal #shopsmall #art #artfair #livemusic #detroitevents

04/26/2021

With the increase in reports of fireworks being set off in Hazel Park, please be advised that a violation of the ordinance may result in a $1,000 fine.

The Week in Community News
04/23/2021
The Week in Community News

The Week in Community News

Employment Type: Part-Time, Non-exempt Reports to: Sareen Papakhian; Director of Recreation FLSA Status: Non-exempt - PT

🌏Every day should be Earth Day, but there’s one special day a year — April 22 — that we call out as an annual reminder t...
04/22/2021

🌏Every day should be Earth Day, but there’s one special day a year — April 22 — that we call out as an annual reminder to take better care of our planet.

Celebrate Earth Day everyday by recycling, conserving natural resources while keeping your property trimmed and clean.
#MakeEveryDayEarthDay

🌏Every day should be Earth Day, but there’s one special day a year — April 22 — that we call out as an annual reminder to take better care of our planet.

Celebrate Earth Day everyday by recycling, conserving natural resources while keeping your property trimmed and clean.
#MakeEveryDayEarthDay

National Administrative Professionals Day, also known as secretaries day or admin day, recognizes the professionals who ...
04/21/2021

National Administrative Professionals Day, also known as secretaries day or admin day, recognizes the professionals who keep an office running smoothly every day. On behalf of the offices of the Mayor and City Manager, we thank these and the other assistants who keep City Hall running smoothly. We truly appreciate all the hard work you do! 

National Administrative Professionals Day, also known as secretaries day or admin day, recognizes the professionals who keep an office running smoothly every day. On behalf of the offices of the Mayor and City Manager, we thank these and the other assistants who keep City Hall running smoothly. We truly appreciate all the hard work you do! 

04/20/2021
New ma*****na dispensary owners in Hazel Park include resident | News | theoaklandpress.com

Congratulations to Shango Cannabis Provisioning Center on their recent Grand Opening... Our thanks to the Oakland Press for the story!

New ma*****na dispensary owners in Hazel Park include resident The Shango cannabis shop in Hazel Park on South Chrysler Drive had a five-day grand opening from Friday through Tuesday that drew a line of new customers. Shango photo▲ By Mike McConnell [email protected]; @mmcconnell01 on ...

The Week in Community News
04/16/2021
The Week in Community News

The Week in Community News

Employment Type: Part-Time, Non-exempt Reports to: Sareen Papakhian; Director of Recreation FLSA Status: Non-exempt - PT

Hazel Park City Council Unanimously Adopts Human Rights Ordinance
04/14/2021
Hazel Park enacts human rights ordinance

Hazel Park City Council Unanimously Adopts Human Rights Ordinance

Hazel Park City Council members unanimously enacted a human rights ordinance Tuesday night banning discrimination based on sexual orientation and other characteristics.

The Week in Community News
04/09/2021
The Week in Community News

The Week in Community News

Employment Type: Part-Time, Non-exempt Reports to: Sareen Papakhian; Director of Recreation FLSA Status: Non-exempt - PT

04/09/2021

Compost is available at Kennedy Park
1800 E Robert.

It's #ThrowbackThursday!! Enjoy these awesome pics from our First Responders' Dinner this past October 2018. This event ...
04/08/2021

It's #ThrowbackThursday!! Enjoy these awesome pics from our First Responders' Dinner this past October 2018. This event was created to honor the first responders of Hazel Park.

Special guest speakers in attendance included Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard, as we shared a heartfelt testimonial given by William Hitchcock of @Re/max in the Park. Awards of recognition were presented to Police Officer Jeremy Jakushevich and Fire Fighter Brandon Stinnett.

We honor and salute our first responders every single day. Thank you for all you do!

FYI:The Fire Department, in coordination with the Water Department, will be flushing lines at Ashley Capital for a routi...
04/08/2021

FYI:

The Fire Department, in coordination with the Water Department, will be flushing lines at Ashley Capital for a routine fire systems check at 10 am today. This may result in brief water system disturbances for the north-end of Hazel Park. For questions or concerns, please give a call to the Water Department at (248) 546-4076.

FYI:

The Fire Department, in coordination with the Water Department, will be flushing lines at Ashley Capital for a routine fire systems check at 10 am today. This may result in brief water system disturbances for the north-end of Hazel Park. For questions or concerns, please give a call to the Water Department at (248) 546-4076.

A reminder from our Water Department:Senate Bill #241 expired on March 31, 2021. April 1, 2021, water systems across the...
04/07/2021

A reminder from our Water Department:

Senate Bill #241 expired on March 31, 2021. April 1, 2021, water systems across the state were allowed to resume water service shut offs for non-paid billing balances. The City of Hazel Park will resume water service shut offs in May of 2021 for accounts with a past due balance greater than $300.00. This will be the shut off program threshold amount through July 2021. July 2021 threshold will be lowered for any accounts with a past due balance greater than $150.00.

For more information, please visit our website here:

http://hazelpark.org/news_detail_T32_R783.php

A reminder from our Water Department:

Senate Bill #241 expired on March 31, 2021. April 1, 2021, water systems across the state were allowed to resume water service shut offs for non-paid billing balances. The City of Hazel Park will resume water service shut offs in May of 2021 for accounts with a past due balance greater than $300.00. This will be the shut off program threshold amount through July 2021. July 2021 threshold will be lowered for any accounts with a past due balance greater than $150.00.

For more information, please visit our website here:

http://hazelpark.org/news_detail_T32_R783.php

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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 it’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.
Are the parks open for rentals?
Keep in mind many communities have law enforcement that will enforce this so make sure to call them if people are not following the law which changed in 2019. #stopthenoise#peacefulsummer
PUBLIC REMINDER: Please by all means enjoy your fireworks displays tonight but keep in mind there are many people who don’t enjoy them like Veterans, many dogs and others with PTSD. Fireworks END at 11:45pm NOT 1 or 2am! BE respectful human beings and keep that in mind as many people are feeling more empowered to call the police on you if your are breaking the law and if they decide to fine you it is $1000 ticket. So be kind to others and your pocket book and quit your fireworks displays by 11:45pm and remember NO fireworks tomorrow as the picture says!!