Warren City Council

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The Warren City Council passed this resolution at a Special Meeting held this morning, 7/11/2020.
07/11/2020

The Warren City Council passed this resolution at a Special Meeting held this morning, 7/11/2020.

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

Photos from Warren City Council's post

07/10/2020
Come out and cheer on the WFD while supporting the smoke detector giveaway program.  Sounds like a fun time!!❤️❤️❤️
07/10/2020

Come out and cheer on the WFD while supporting the smoke detector giveaway program. Sounds like a fun time!!
❤️❤️❤️

We are excited to announce our first annual Red Lights vs. Saddlelites charity softball game. First pitch will be at 6pm, on August 6th, at Regina High School. Get your tickets at:
https://reginahs.com/charitysoftballgame

The Warren Professional Firefighters will be facing off against the Regina alumni softball team. Proceeds from this event will benefit the WFD smoke detector giveaway program and Regina High School uniform program.

This will be a tough competition! Come out and cheer on your team! There will be concessions, raffles, and fire trucks on display!

Also, a big thank you to Game Brand, located in Berkley, for donating custom jerseys for the big game!

Sterling Heights Police Department
07/09/2020

Sterling Heights Police Department

Have you been saving your returnable bottles during these pandemic times and want to do do something wonderful for your community?

This Saturday (July 11th) take those returnables to F.A.N. (18900 15 Mile Rd.) from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm and you can help in so many ways to rid narcotics from your community. Families Against Narcotics also provides resources & support to help beat addiction.

Please follow this link to learn more about F.A.N. and we hope to see you on Saturday!

https://www.familiesagainstnarcotics.org

07/07/2020
Warren Weekly

Warren Weekly

The Meet Up and Eat Up meal program will be held July 6 through Aug. 21 Monday through Friday in Warren Consolidated Schools.

Lunch will be offered from 11 a.m. to noon at Warren Mott High School, 3131 12 Mile Road in Warren; from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Cousino High School, 30333 Hoover Road in Warren; and from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sterling Heights High School, 12901 15 Mile Road in Sterling Heights.

The free meals are for those age 18 and younger.

Because of COVID-19, school officials are encouraging that one representative per family come into the building; an adult representative may collect meals on behalf of household members. A face mask will be required upon entry. The meals will be taken home rather than be eaten on site.

Staff members will be present at the front door to assist with the number of people allowed into the building at one time to comply with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and social distancing safety standards.

All lunch drop-offs will include breakfast for the next day. One lunch and one breakfast will be available per child.

Warren Consolidated Schools
07/06/2020

Warren Consolidated Schools

The WCS Meet Up and Eat Up summer meal program begins TODAY and runs through August 21 at Cousino, Sterling Heights, and Warren Mott High Schools. Students receive a FREE lunch and breakfast for the following day.

See link below for dates, times, and more information.

http://www.wcskids.net/Departments/Nutrition-Services/HealthyFood/index.html

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383
07/04/2020

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383

We had a pretty busy June! Here's the month's-end review.

6/30/2020 - Special Council Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.
06/30/2020

6/30/2020 - Special Council Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.

Important info from the Warren Fire Department.
06/29/2020

Important info from the Warren Fire Department.

June is quickly coming to a close and The fourth of July might look different this year with social distancing and fewer public events, but our message is the same. Fireworks are dangerous.

- Fireworks injure more than 10,000 people each year.

- Watch your children around fireworks! The risk of fireworks injuries for children under 15 is twice as high than the general population.

- Safety matters around every type of firework. Even sparklers can reach 1,200 degrees.

Fireworks are fun but remember to be cautious and humble while using them. We want you all to have fun, but above all, we want you to be safe while doing so!

Enjoy your holidays and remember, if it’s predictable, it’s preventable.

06/26/2020

"The Warren City Council held a Special Meeting this morning at 9 am in order to approve our insurance renewal. Just like you, our insurance renews each year on July 1. Due to strains in the financial markets and unrest across the country, the renewal terms and pricing were not completed until yesterday. There was concern by the administration and our insurance agency that speed was of the essence and we should not wait to bind the coverage – which is why we called the meeting.

The City purchases liability insurance from several sources – we call them layers. Each insurance company is responsible to pay within their layer after the City pays the deductible."

Patrick Green
Council President
Mayor Pro Tem

6/26/2020

The Warren City Council mourns the passing of Senator Arthur “Art” Miller, Jr. who passed away today at the age of 73.  ...
06/25/2020

The Warren City Council mourns the passing of Senator Arthur “Art” Miller, Jr. who passed away today at the age of 73. Art served three terms on the Warren City Council where he held the offices of President and Vice President. He was first elected to the Michigan Senate in a special election in 1977, and served until 2002, when he left the Senate due to term limits. Art has served as the City of Warren Legislative Liaison since he left the Senate.
Our sincere condolences to Art’s wife, Marsha, and the entire Miller family.

Special Meeting of the Warren City Council6/26/2020 - 9:00 a.m.
06/25/2020

Special Meeting of the Warren City Council
6/26/2020 - 9:00 a.m.

Macomb County Health Department
06/23/2020

Macomb County Health Department

If you are looking for a FREE Narcan training, here is a virtual class on June 29 at 5:30pm.

6/23/20 Regular City Council Meeting via Zoom
06/22/2020

6/23/20 Regular City Council Meeting via Zoom

Warren Consolidated Schools
06/17/2020

Warren Consolidated Schools

WCS Community Food Distribution TODAY (June 17) from 11 am-1 pm at Beer, Carter, and Grissom Middle Schools. Students receive 10 meals (5 breakfast and 5 lunch).

06/17/2020

Warren City Hall lights up for Pride Month!

Budget Hearing #4 - 6/18/2020
06/17/2020

Budget Hearing #4 - 6/18/2020

Committee Meeting of the Whole 6/17/2020
06/17/2020

Committee Meeting of the Whole 6/17/2020

Another great job by the WFD!
06/16/2020

Another great job by the WFD!

Waltz trailer fire

Another great job by the Warren Fire Department and a reminder of how dangerous their job can be.
06/15/2020

Another great job by the Warren Fire Department and a reminder of how dangerous their job can be.

Last night, Local 1383 was dispatched to the area of Schoenherr and 11 Mile for a report of a structure fire. First due crews arrived to find smoke showing from the structure. Crews made entry and located the fire in the basement. The fire had burned a hole through the first floor in two of the three rooms. One firefighter fell through the hole and into the basement. A mayday was called and crews quickly located the firefighter. These pictures shed light on one of the many dangers of the job.

Thankfully, the homeowners were not home at the time and the firefighter was uninjured.

It's not too late! Please respond to the 2020 Census today.Warren is lagging behind other municipalities in Macomb Count...
06/11/2020

It's not too late! Please respond to the 2020 Census today.
Warren is lagging behind other municipalities in Macomb County. At a 75% response rate, Warren is fourth from the bottom in the county. Your response is critical to the city's future funding.

06/08/2020

Lorie W. Barnwell
Visual Storyteller · 3 hrs
WARREN RESIDENTS: GREAT NEWS! Civic Center Library here at City Hall is open for curbside Pick-up! Please look at the hours online. This is for the Civic Center Branch only. You may browse online and then call 586-751-0770 to schedule your pick-up. There will be signs when you arrive, but it will be on the the side of the building opposite to the parking garage. The parking garage is on the north side of the building and this pick-up entrance will be on the south side by the children's section library door. When you arrive, call the library number again and indicate color and type of your car and have your ID and library card ready. They will safely place in your car. GREAT JOB to our Warren Library Director and team for working hard to make this possible. If you have any questions, let me know! Have a wonderful Monday!

Regular Council Meeting Agenda -  6/9/20
06/08/2020

Regular Council Meeting Agenda - 6/9/20

Today is Gun Violence Awareness Day.  Show your support by wearing orange!
06/05/2020

Today is Gun Violence Awareness Day. Show your support by wearing orange!

06/02/2020

Shoutout to the Animal Control Officer who assisted a resident. Your professionalism is greatly appreciated. The resident wrote the following:

"I'd like to thank the Animal Control Officer of Warren Michigan. She came by the house yesterday to pick up a dead deer fawn from our home here in Warren. This lady was very professional in taking care of sad duties. Thank you again for all you do for the citizens of Warren Michigan."

Covid-19 Message from Rep. Lori Stone
06/02/2020

Covid-19 Message from Rep. Lori Stone

06/02/2020

The Committee Meeting of the Whole (Budget Hearing #4) scheduled for this evening, 6/2/20, has been canceled.

06/02/2020

"People have taken to the streets of America and the world to peacefully protest the inequities suffered by Black Americans and People of Color every day. Know we stand with you."

Patrick Green
Mayor Pro Tem, City Council President

Food Pantries in Warren
06/02/2020

Food Pantries in Warren

Budget Hearing #4 - 6/2/20 @6:00 p.m.
06/01/2020

Budget Hearing #4 - 6/2/20 @6:00 p.m.

The Warren City Council, by resolution, has declared the month of June 2020 as LGBTQ Pride Month in the City of Warren a...
06/01/2020

The Warren City Council, by resolution, has declared the month of June 2020 as LGBTQ Pride Month in the City of Warren and urges residents to recognize the contributions made by members of the LGBTQ community and to actively promote the principles of equality, liberty, and justice.

Warren Consolidated Schools
05/20/2020

Warren Consolidated Schools

WCS Nutrition Services and Woodside Bible Church - Warren Campus are proud to partner with the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program to provide fresh and wholesome food to families during the coronavirus pandemic. See flyer for information.

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383
05/16/2020

Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383

Last night, your Warren Professional Firefighters Local 1383 were dispatched to the Big Boy's, located at 12 Mile and Hoover Rd for reports of a structure fire after an explosion was heard. Multiple units responded to find smoke showing upon arrival and a fire located near the rear of the structure. There was extensive fire and smoke damage throughout the building. The cause of the fire is still under investigation at this time. No civilians or firefighters were injured. During this incident, there were multiple serious medical runs throughout the city, making for a very busy night. Great job to Unit 3 for handling all the runs efficiently.

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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
Stay safe and healthy!!!
Has the city decided if they will be ticketing for overgrown grass in this shut down??