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The traditional Trick-or-Treat hours in Rochester are from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM. The whistle will be blown at 7:00 PM and again 8:00 PM. (Note: Rochester Hills hours at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.)
A fact sheet is now available at www.rochestermi.org/elections regarding a proposed Charter Amendment that will appear as a proposal on the Tuesday, November 6, 2018 General Election ballot.
Please visit the following link for information regarding a ballot proposal to amend Section 11.2 of the Charter of the City of Rochester:
Ballot Proposal Fact Sheet
This, and other election-related information, can also be found at www.rochesterm...
Weekly updates on the Ludlow Project are posted online at http://www.rochestermi.org/ludlow.
Due to weather there will be NO construction on Saturday, October 13th. Curb work will begin on Oct. 15th @ 7:00am. Details are available via the above link.
Beginning October 29th, crews will be out picking up leaves at the curb.
Please assemble neat piles of leaves right along the curb, in thestreet. Grass clippings, pet waste, municipal waste and tree limbs are strictlyprohibited. Also, please do not park your vehicle on the piles of leaves in the street; this coul...
The City Clerk's Office is seeking 10 or more workers for the Tuesday, November 6, 2018 General Election. If you are interested, please fill out an Election Inspector Application and submit to the City Clerk's Office.
The City Clerk's Office is seeking ten (10) or more individuals to serve as election inspectors for the Tuesday, November 6, 2018 General Election.
The pay rate is $10 per hour. Election inspectors will report to their assigned voting precinct at 6:00 a.m....
The digital copy of the Fall 2018 newsletter is now available!
The digital copy of the Fall 2018 newsletter is now available! Prints will arrive in mailboxes soon.
If you are interested in serving the City of Rochester as a member of the Planning Commission, please fill out and submit a boards and commissions application by no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 7, 2018.
The Planning Commission meets regularly on the first Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m., with additional meetings scheduled as needed.
If you are interested in serving the City of Rochester as a member of the Planning Commission, please fill out and submit...
Please visit rochestermi.org/elections for information regarding voter registration, applying for absentee ballots, and more. Sample ballots are now available online and at City Hall.
Please visit rochestermi.org/elections for information regarding voter registration, absentee voting, sample ballots, and other election information.
Sample ballots, absentee voting applications, and voter registration forms are also available at City Hall...
The Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART) has undertaken a proactive effort to investigate sources and locations of PFAS contamination in Michigan, to protect our drinking water, and to inform the public about PFAS.
This involves the work of ten state departments, in coordination with local and federal officials. The results from this study for Rochester were ND (Non-detect) which means our water supply is safe from these chemicals.
To view the statement from The Mich...
Rochester has been added as a DIA Inside|Out Community for 2018. A total of 10 pieces will be installed the first week of August and will remain on display through October 31.