For the health and safety of residents and City staff, the City Manager has extended closure of the Municipal Complex to the public until further notice. City departments are accessible through email, phone, U.S. mail, dropbox, and online services. Please note: Public Safety is fully accessible.
Click here for the full public service announcement.
Attention Oak Park Residents:
The City of Oak Park is partnering with Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) to provide Oak Park residents with the COVID-19 vaccine by appointment at the Oak Park Community Center.
To schedule an appointment on May 5th, please Click Here.
Volunteers Wanted: HFHS is looking for volunteers to assist with registration activities at the Oak Park Community Center clinic. If you are interested in helping out for a few hours on Wednesdays and/or Saturdays, please send an email with your contact information to RecOffice@oakparkmi.gov.
Thank you in advance for supporting our community!
2021 Oak Park Schools Improvement Bond
Oak Park Board of Education authorizes $54.445 million bond proposal to be placed on May 4th, 2021 ballot. For more information, please visit the school website at www.oakparkschools.org/bond.
Information on Virtual City Council Meetings
Updated on 04/29/2021 for the 05/03/2021 City Council Meeting
Since the Beginning of the COVID-19 public health crisis, we have been following Governor Gretchen Whitmer's orders and made some changes to how we operate our City Council Meetings. For more information on the City of Oak Park's upcoming virtual City Council Meetings, including instructions on how to participate, please Click Here.
PUBLIC NOTICES: BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS MEETING INFORMATION
Oak Park Local Artist Census
The Oak Park Arts and Cultural Diversity Commission (ACDC) is conducting this survey to gain an understanding and awareness of the City's art and cultural community. The survey can be found at http://bit.ly/OPartistcensus . We thank you for your participation!
Volunteer Needed for Tree Planting
If you plant a tree, you plant a life! ReLeaf Michigan, in partnership with the City of Oak Park and the Detroit Zoological Society is looking for volunteers to help plant 15 trees in Oak Park on Saturday morning, May 22nd from 8:45 AM – 12:00 PM. If you have questions, please contact Ray Krajewski at email@example.com or (248) 691-7498.
Juneteenth Essay Competition
The Ad Hoc Committee will be hosting an essay competition on for students K-12. The contest is open to all Oak Park residents in that category and all students of Oak Park Schools. For more information please Click Here.
Oak Park's Nine Mile Reimagine Campaign
The Nine Mile Road Corridor has come alive with dedicated lovely pocket parks, dedicated bike lanes, angled street parking, and a stately trailhead for hikers and bikers! Now that we have completed our more practical phase, it's time to enhance the aesthetics and increase the fun! Phase Two includes construction of a beautiful linear park with play structures for children, public art displays, landscape improvements, and a variety of seating options, such as picnic tables, benches, and swings.
Please help make this dream a reality by making your donation
March 1st through April 30th at patronicity.com/ninemile.
For more about the project, please Click Here.
Utility Billing Change Information
Oak Park recently adopted a modified water billing method, which separates stormwater from water and sewer charges. Water customers will now incur a separate line item cost for stormwater utility fees, effective July 1, 2020. Click the image below for more information.
Open Burning Ordinance Change
Oak Park City Council recently amended the open burning ordinance in the City of Oak Park. Click Here