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Oakland County to Invest in David Shepherd Park

Our David Shepherd Park is one of a select group of area parks that is receiving grant funding from Oakland County to improve parks and recreation facilities. This partnership, this investment will allow us to invest in walking paths, gathering spaces, restrooms, natural resource restoration and more!

“This investment from Oakland County comes at a time when we are working to elevate our public spaces in Oak Park,” City Manager Erik Tungate said. “This partnership will allow us to take our recreation opportunities to new heights while still maintaining the history of David Shepherd Park."

To learn more about Oakland County's $20 Million Healthy Communities Park and Outdoor Recreation Investments program click here.
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Parks & Recreation Master Plan Open for Public Comment

The draft Elevate Oak Park Plan, which is also the Five Year Parks and Recreation Master Plan is now available for review and public input. This plan also includes a recreation assessment and asset management study. The public comment period is open for 30 days and you can provide your comments by taking our survey. Comments can be sent to Deputy City Manager of Community Services Crystal VanVleck at cvanvleck@oakparkmi.gov or Recreation Director Laurie Stasiak at lstasiak@oakparkmi.gov.

Elevate Oak Park is based on a planning process that involved input from the community, stakeholders, and staff, building upon the needs, concerns and wishes of these groups. The Plan contains key findings and information gathered from the recently completed community needs survey, public meetings, demographic analysis, current, historic and future information and trends, and a comprehensive inventory and analysis of existing parks, facilities, recreation programs, and maintenance operations. This Plan serves as a tool to guide the Recreation Department over the next five years, to better serve the community and provide quality parks, facilities and programs.

To view the draft plan click here.
To view the presentation on the draft plan given at the Nov. 7 City Council meeting click here.

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Utility Bill Sign Up / E-Bill Authorization Form 

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Click or scan the QR code above to fill out a short 2-minute survey to update how utility bills are delivered to you each month.

If you wish to enroll in paperless billing, you will no longer receive paper bills via the US Postal Service and will instead receive them via the email you enter into the survey.


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 Information on City Council Meetings 
Updated on 01/01/22 for Future City Council Meetings

The Oak Park City Council, along with City Boards and Commissions, will be meeting in person again, beginning Jan. 3, 2022. Public notices for upcoming City Council meetings can be found below and agenda packets for upcoming City Council meetings can be found here.

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Utility Billing Change Information
Oak Park City Council adopted a modified water billing method, which separates stormwater from water and sewer charges. Water customers will incur a separate line item cost for stormwater runoff fees, effective July 1, 2020. Click the image below for more information.

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The Oak Park Pool officially closes to the public on August pm . For dogs, this means their day in the pool has finally arrived; dog-only swim session is scheduled for Sunday, August 21 from noon to 3
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Organizations that Help with Utility Costs
A list of organizations that may help with utility costs can be found here.
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