RECENT CITY NEWS
A special committee of the Birmingham Museum Board is looking for public input regarding an important event coming December 1, 2018 - Birmingham’s 200th birthday. It will be the bicentennial of the first purchase of government land in what is now Birmingham.
The committee has been exploring various ways the community can celebrate our history together, including sponsoring a publication to coincide with the bicentennial. There are many options that could be of interest, so the committee is seeking community feedback to help guide its recommendations.
Submit your feedback by Sunday, October 15. Take the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SC3QK9Y.
For streets with curbs only, please note the city is divided into two zones. Determine when leaves will be picked up within your zone by downloading the Curbside Leaf Collection Map. Simply rake your leaves into the street for pickup the weekend prior to your street’s designated week. Residents living on uncurbed streets may place leaves in approved containers curbside by 7 A.M. on your trash day now through the week of December 11th. For more information, visit www.bhamgov.org/leaves.
Receive updates regarding the Michigan Department of Transportation's improvement project on Woodward Avenue (from Quarton Road to 14 Mile Road) by signing up for the "Road Construction & Closures" Constant Contact group at www.bit.ly/bhamnews. You may also view the MDOT timeline for the project to know what to expect going forward.