City of Southfield Preventative Measures
The City of Southfield is taking all possible precautionary steps to proactively prevent the further spread of COVID-19 coronavirus throughout the city and the Southfield Municipal Campus.
The City Treasurer's Office will not transact in cash and the cashier's window will be closed to the public until further notice. Residents are advised to utilize credit cards, money orders or the online water bill payment portal at https://citizenservices.cityofsouthfield.com/Default.asp?Build=SY.CSHome&ClearErrors=Y. Payments can also be made by phone using a credit card or electronic check for residential accounts and by electronic check only for commercial accounts by calling (844) 860-8194. There is also a 24-hour drop off box located to the right of main entrance door at City Hall, 26000 Evergreen Road. There is no service fee for online water bill payments, and the City will also now be offering a one-week grace period to assist residents.
The City of Southfield's first priority is always the health, safety and welfare of our residents, businesses, visitors and employees. With the first confirmed case of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Oakland County, the City of Southfield remains committed to keeping our community safe and informed while working closely with local, county, state, and federal partners to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus. Precautions today will help prevent infections tomorrow.