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Congratulations to Warren Resident Joel Rutherford on being named by Governor Whitmer to serve on the Black Leadership A...
11/13/2020
Governor names Black caucus leader to advisory council

Congratulations to Warren Resident Joel Rutherford on being named by Governor Whitmer to serve on the Black Leadership Advisory Board.

The chair of the Official Democratic Black Caucus of Macomb County was one of 16 people named Thursday by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to serve on the Black Leadership Advisory Council.

11/11/2020

Message from Council Office:

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We are very interested in your thoughts and ideas, so please direct your comments to [email protected].

Thank you!

During the November 10, 2020 City Council Meeting, a proposed settlement of the Pinebrook Warren, LLC v City of Warren, ...
11/11/2020

During the November 10, 2020 City Council Meeting, a proposed settlement of the Pinebrook Warren, LLC v City of Warren, (aka: Marijuana Dispensary) case was offered to Council for consideration. Below is a map depicting proposed dispensary sites. This matter will be before Council November 24, 2020 for determination.
We are working to get the full settlement (95 pages) posted to the City website and would appreciate hearing your comments via email: [email protected] https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1m1966xW7U_I0ob7_6stDGm42TxPBCA9F&ll=42.469451177410086%2C-82.96726966208263&z=12

11/11/2020
11/10/2020
11/09/2020

Announcement:

City Hall will be closed this week because of a spike in COVID-19 cases among city employees.

The library will remain open.

Everyone is being encouraged to wear your masks and socially distance.

Photos from Warren City Council's post
11/07/2020

Photos from Warren City Council's post

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383
11/02/2020

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383

Here is the month's end review for October, 2020:

Total calls for service: 1,594
Medicals: 1,376
Car Accidents: 67
Suppression: 151
Confirmed structure fires: 4

Remember to check and change the batteries in your smoke detectors! Stay safe.

Agenda re:  10/27/20 Meeting of the Warren City Council via Zoom
10/23/2020

Agenda re: 10/27/20 Meeting of the Warren City Council via Zoom

Special Open/Closed Meeting 10/23/20 @8:00 a.m.
10/23/2020

Special Open/Closed Meeting 10/23/20 @8:00 a.m.

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383
10/21/2020

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383

"How much does all that gear weigh?"
This is a common question we are asked. Here is a breakdown of just a few tools we commonly use, daily.

Picture 1: A firefighter wearing his duty uniform. This is worn around the station while performing daily chores or cleaning, training, medical runs, and public assists.

Picture 2: A firefighter in his turnout gear and helmet, with an axe and halligan, commonly called "Irons." This is how we are dressed when responding to vehicle accidents, some hazardous incidents, or when doing forcible entry tasks.

Picture 3: A firefighter wearing his turnout gear, SCBA, Irons, and a water can. This is what firefighters may utilize when responding to grass fires, fire alarms, or the early stages of a structure fire.

Picture 4: A firefighter wearing his turnout gear, SCBA, Irons, and hose bundle. We typically use this when responding to high rise or commercial structure fires, as well as residential structure fires that are set back in a deep lot.

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE!  9 Mile between Van Dyke & Hoover
10/20/2020

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE! 9 Mile between Van Dyke & Hoover

10/13/2020
Warren City Council

Warren City Council

Due to uncertainty regarding the Open Meetings Act regarding conducting meetings via Zoom, tonight's regular meeting of the Warren City Council is being postponed to a date and location to be determined.

10/13/2020

Due to uncertainty regarding the Open Meetings Act regarding conducting meetings via Zoom, tonight's regular meeting of the Warren City Council is being postponed to a date and location to be determined.

10/13/20 Regular City Council Meeting Agenda
10/12/2020

10/13/20 Regular City Council Meeting Agenda

Thank you, WFD!  ❤️
10/08/2020

Thank you, WFD! ❤️

The results are in! Local 1383 was able to collect a total of $8,750.50 during our Fill the Boot event. This money has been sent off to our friends at MDA. Thank you to all that donated and supported our cause to fight against Muscular Dystrophy.

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383
10/06/2020

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383

Happy Fire Prevention Week! Fire Prevention Week is October 4th - 10th. This week, we will take time to discuss different fire safety and prevention topics. Throughout this week we will post tips and safety advice you should know and practice before a fire, during a fire, and to prevent a fire in your home. Help us out to spread the word of fire safety by liking our page and sharing our posts.

With modern day building materials and furnishings, home fires are a very real threat. In just two minutes a fire can become life-threatening. In five minutes a residence can be engulfed in flames. Smoke and toxic gases kill more people than flames do. Fire produces poisonous gases that make you disoriented and drowsy. Asphyxiation is the leading cause of fire deaths, exceeding burns by a 3-to-1 ratio.

Feel free to ask questions or have discussion on this post, and future posts this week, so everyone can benefit in education.

Tune in at this time, Tuesday, for information on preparation you and your family can do before the event of a fire.

Agenda for Parks Focus Group Meetings - 10/5 & 10/6
10/05/2020

Agenda for Parks Focus Group Meetings - 10/5 & 10/6

Several residents have asked where to find out what district they are in.  For more detailed information, login to the c...
10/01/2020

Several residents have asked where to find out what district they are in. For more detailed information, login to the cityofwarren.org website.

09/30/2020
If you live in District 4 or 5 we want to hear from you! Tuesday, October 6th join your Council Representative along wit...
09/30/2020

If you live in District 4 or 5 we want to hear from you! Tuesday, October 6th join your Council Representative along with Parks and Recreation via Zoom to share your ideas for great parks!

If you live in District 1, 2 or 3 we want to hear from you! Monday, October 5th join your Council Representative along w...
09/30/2020

If you live in District 1, 2 or 3 we want to hear from you! Monday, October 5th join your Council Representative along with Parks and Recreation via Zoom to share your ideas for great parks!

Important Announcement!
09/30/2020

Important Announcement!

09/30/2020
Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383

Another great job by the WFD. And we are very happy there were NO injuries.

In the early morning hours, Local 1383 was dispatched for reports of a structure fire in the area of Groesbeck and Toepfer. Crews from Station 2 arrived on scene to find heavy smoke conditions and flames showing from a bedroom window. The fire was found and contained to the bedroom. There was extensive smoke and heat damage throughout the residence. There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters.

Special Council Meeting
09/29/2020

Special Council Meeting

Committee Meeting of the Whole 9/28/20
09/28/2020

Committee Meeting of the Whole 9/28/20

Nominate a Veteran!❤️🤍💙
09/27/2020

Nominate a Veteran!
❤️🤍💙

If you know of a Veteran who should be nominated, please feel free to reach out to Courtney!

Subject: Honor a Veteran: Nominations Sought for Macomb County Veteran of the Year Award

Good afternoon,
The Board of Commissioners is seeking nominations for the Pat Daniels Veteran of the Year Award. Additional information on the award and where nominations can be submitted is attached in the press release. If you have any questions please let me know.
Thank you for helping us share this information.
-Courtney
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Courtney Flynn
Public Relations Manager, Macomb County Board of Commissioners
586.469.7373
macombBOC.com
@MacombBOC
One South Main Street, 9th Floor
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
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Traffic advisory!
09/21/2020

Traffic advisory!

Warren Police Officers Association
09/17/2020

Warren Police Officers Association

The Warren (MI) Police Department is seeking to fill some vacancies in the position of Police Officer. We are seeking MCOLES certified or MCOLES certifiable candidates. Applications will be available soon and can be submitted beginning September 28th until October 12th @ 5pm. This is an expedited hiring process with no written exam necessary. Sign up at www.warrenpoa.com/hiring to receive an email with the application or visit www.cityofwarren.org after September 28th to download the application.

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383
09/17/2020

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383

IAFF departments are some of the biggest contributors to the MDA and have been for more than 60 years!

Last year we raised almost $9,000. Local 1383 will be hitting the streets until September 19th collecting donations. Please use caution if you see us outside of our fire stations and in the roadways. We appreciate any donations that you can make to help us, and other Locals, in raising money for Muscular Dystrophy.

FREE COVID TESTING!
09/15/2020

FREE COVID TESTING!

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All the citizens need to see this! Corruption in action. Cal the mayor, police chief and city council members. Remover these tyrants from the payroll! Amazon Driver Arrested For Delivering Package While BLACK: https://youtu.be/ywHX07_-cXI
Wondering what your council is DOING about this THUG ... Clearly, he is a DANGER to some in the community (anyone who dares speak up against the traitor and thug whose sign he think sit is his sworn duty to protect). Not sure what the delay in REMOVING him from the council would be. He should already have been arrested.
It's clear that 4 of you are working together on your own agenda. None of you are doing anything but using tax payer money to try and get rid of our Mayor. The end game is for the 4 of you to move up the political ladder in Warren if the vote goes your way in November. None of you ran on this agenda to get elected. You lied to the citizens of Warren. Of course it's not the only lie. There are so many that you will never respond to questions at your public meetings. Instead of helping citizens during the pandemic, you use the pandemic as a shield for your actions. This City Council has no integrity whatsoever. If you had any at all, you would ask Eddie Kabacinski to tender his resignation. The way he conducted himself at the protest Saturday is not the way an elected official should act. This man is suppose to represent our city and should have known better. But he doesn't care like the rest of you about what the tax payers think. #RecallWarrenCityCouncil
Question for Mindy Moore. Regarding downtown development you said this last September in the Warren Weekly. “It’s very disappointing to me, and I would like to see us move forward with that,” Moore said. “I think we need a master plan that gives everybody direction, what we’re looking for, and takes into account what the residents would like." Could you let me know what's being done currently for downtown development. Thanks.
Library News Mayor Fouts called me this afternoon. This Monday August 31st all Warren Libraries (except Civic Center) will be open for their regular scheduled hours. The number of computers will be greatly reduced so you must call in advance and schedule computer time. http://www.warrenlibrary.net/library-locations-and-hours/ Masks and social distancing are MANDATORY. The Civic Center Library 586.751.0770 will follow all of the hours and rules for the City Hall. Warren City Hall Will Be Open By Appointment Only Starting Monday, August 31, 2020: Appointments can be made M-F between the hours of 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Entry will be on the second floor of city hall/3rd floor of the parking structure. Visitors must wear masks/employees also must wear masks. We will have security at the door screening visitors that have appointments. Remember, every department is by appointment only so please make sure you visit the department you have an appointment with and then exit the building from the same floor you entered after your appointment is complete. Civic Center Library will also open by appointment only – M-F also 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM (same entry/exit as above).
WARREN CITY HALL WILL BE OPENING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY STARTING MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 2020 Warren City Hall Will Be Open By Appointment Only Starting Monday, August 31, 2020: Appointments can be made M-F between the hours of 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Entry will be on the second floor of city hall/3rd floor of the parking structure. Visitors must wear masks/employees also must wear masks. We will have security at the door screening visitors that have appointments. Remember, every department is by appointment only so please make sure you visit the department you have an appointment with and then exit the building from the same floor you entered after your appointment is complete. Civic Center Library will also open by appointment only – M-F also 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM (same entry/exit as above). All other branch libraries will be open regular hours (must call to reserve computer usage).
Hi, where can I find details re: the next WCC Meeting? Looking for Zoom details.
With an aged population, who's checking on the seniors that may not be able to get the food and prescriptions need to survive? Where is the leadership during this pandemic?
Mayor Foust, and City Council, where's the coronavirus testing and leadership in Warren MI? Twenty feet North isn't an immunity zone.
I am requesting that the City of Warren and our City Council provide an updated report on what our city is doing to STOP the spreading of the Corona Virus /COVID-19 in our city. I would like this report to include: Virus Prevention, Website information, City of Warren Testing locations within the city, and Health, Food, Small Business, and Unemployment Resource Information. Thank You...
Check out the Sterling Heights City webpage: Sterling Heights demonstrates leadership and concern for its citizens. Warren does not care about its citizens.
What is Warren doing to supports our local resturants during this crisis?/ several of the surrounding citys are helping thei resturants, see Sterling heights