City Charter and Code of Ordinances


The City's Charter with its Code of Ordinances are the two documents that dictate how the City operates. Under state law, the City of Oak Park is allowed to consolidate its rules, regulations and codes enacted into law by City government into a logical and sequential code of ordinances. These two documents are referenced when clarifying roles, processes and procedures. 

The City of Oak Park publishes its Charter and Code of Ordinances through a service called Municiode. When City Council adopts a new ordinance, or a change is made to the City's Charter, the Code of Ordinance is updated to reflect these changes.

To review the City's Charter, visit City of Oak Park City Charter.
To review the City's Code of Ordinances, visit City of Oak Park Code of Ordinances.

Most recently adopted Ordinances:

O-18-662 Mixed Use Zoning District
O-18-663 Amend Zoning LI Parcels to MX-1
O-18-664 Weed Cutting Notice
O-18-665 Noxious Weed - Buildings
O-18-666 Civil Infractions Amendment

O-18-667  Businesses- Commercial Solicitations- Penalty

O-18-668 Telecommunication Services- Penalty

O-18-669 Cruelty to Animals- Penalty
O-18-670 Trees- Penalty
O-18-671 Amend Zoning Green Infrastructure

For more information on the City's Charter or Code of Ordinances, please contact the City Clerk's Office at:

City Clerk's Office
City of Oak Park
14000 Oak Park Blvd.
Oak Park, MI 48237
(248) 691-7544