National Public Works Week
The American Public Works Association (APWA) has proclaimed that May 15-21, 2022 is National Public Works Week—an opportunity to thank and celebrate the many DPW employees across the US and Canada, as well as educate the public about the importance of public works in our daily lives: planning, building, managing, and operating at the heart of our local communities to improve everyday quality of life. This year, the theme is "ready and resilient," showcasing the public works professionals who are always ready to serve their communities, and resilient as ever in their abilities to pick themselves up off the ground after encountering challenges.
Police Auto Auction: Thursday, May 19
Notice is hereby given that a public auction will be held on vehicles that have been deemed abandoned by the Ferndale Police Department. The auction will be held at Monaghan’s Towing Inc., 21680 Fern St., Oak Park, MI. 48237, Thursday, May 19, at 10:00 a.m. Terms of Sale: Cash - As - Is - Condition.
The City of Ferndale Joins the Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has commemorated the month of April as Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month.
OAKSTEM Tree Planting to Begin This Spring
The City was recently awarded an OAKSTEM grant that offered free trees for residents and business owners as part of the annual tree-planting program. 197 trees were ordered because of the grant, and those who placed an order can expect the trees to be delivered for planting in the next few weeks.
Ferndale’s Credit Rating Upgraded to AA by S&P 500
Yard Waste Pickup Returns April 4
Ferndale Parks and Recreation Sports Equipment Distribution
Annual Special City Council Budget Workshop to Be Held March 19
Ferndale Lights Up City Hall in Support of Ukraine
Ferndale Declares Snow Emergency
2021 Property Tax Payment Reminder
Ferndale City Hall to Display Pan-African Flag in Honor of Black History Month
CANCELLED: Ferndale Declares Snow Emergency; City Hall Closure
Snow Removal and Snow Emergency Policies and Procedures
Frozen Pipes: Prevention, Warning Signs and Tips
Ferndale is expected to receive extremely low temperatures in the coming days. With the incoming cold temperatures comes the potential for frozen pipes. We want to make you aware of potential signs of this occurrence, as well as ways to assist the problem. The most common sign of frozen pipes is low water pressure. Pipes that are most likely to freeze are often those that are exposed to the severe cold, typically outdoors, water supply pipes in unheated areas such as kitchens, attics, or garages, or pipes that run against exterior walls with limited insulation.
City Launches Facilities Task Force Application Process