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RECENT CITY NEWS

City Seeking Volunteers for Committees
Now is the time to get involved in your city government. There are opportunities right now to serve as a regular or altervolunteersnate member in all kinds of committees that review art, architecture, zoning, historic design, storm water, transportation, cablecasting, parking, property, and triangle district improvement. To apply for an open Birmingham committee, fill out our online application and send it in to the Clerk's Office, or call 248-530-1880.
January News from Birmingham
View the January edition of the Around Town e-Newsletter for information about Restaurant Week, water and sewer rate changes, snow ordinance, online payment information, and more! Sign up to receive the monthly Around Town e-Newsletter at bit.ly/bhamnews.
Storm Water Rate Changes Effective Jan. 1, 2017
The City has adopted a new billing methodology for allocatingsewer clip art drain storm water charges effective with billings on or after January 1, 2017. Information has been mailed out with the current water and sewer bills. For more information regarding the rate changes, visit our webpage at: www.bhamgov.org/stormwater.
Old Woodward & Maple Infrastructure Project

Over the next several years, the City of Birmingham will invest in the City's infrastructure by addressing the needs in theStreet scape proposed downtown Central Business District with water system, sewer system and streetscape upgrades. The City held a Public Open House event to share with the community more about the streetscape upgrades. The project consultant, MKSK, presented proposed designs for the complete redesign of Old Woodward and Maple in Downtown Birmingham. Topics discussed included: road design, on-street parking, pedestrian crossings, sidewalks and streetscape.

If you were unable to attend the event, view the Old Woodward and Maple Project Boards. Learn more about the entire project at: www.bhamgov.org/DowntownInfrastructure.