Information on this page is provided as a service by the City of Livonia in response to resident questions and comments about the COVID-19 pandemic, which is a rapidly evolving outbreak.
Our COVID-19 Situation Reports (see below) summarize the most recent statistics, national and state developments, and actions taken locally each day in a one-page, data-rich report produced by the City’s Director of Emergency Preparedness in conjunction with the communications team in Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan’s office.
Please refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more complete information.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has launched a state hotline for health-related questions regarding COVID-19. Call 1-888-535-6136 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day.
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Livonia City Hall and all city buildings, including the 16th District Court, will be closed to all residents and visitors through April 14. The City will be restricting its staff to perform essential services. Please see the video message below from Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan regarding the closures.
The City of Livonia closed Livonia’s Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center, Livonia Public Libraries, the Livonia Senior Center, playgrounds, golf courses and dog park until April 14, in alignment with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order. The Livonia Senior Center will continue to operate its Senior bus transit programs and host Wayne County’s Meals on Wheels program.
Below is a list of contact numbers to use during the closures. Staff will be limited, so please be patient with us.
COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESPONSE FUND
The City is working with the Livonia Chamber of Commerce and the Livonia Community Foundation to collect monetary donations to help support the COVID-19 Community Response.
Donors may write a check to the Livonia Community Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has supported charitable and educational efforts in Livonia for 25 years. Please put COVID-19 on the notation line. Funds will be used to support medical personnel and first responders, plus others in need, dealing with this pandemic.
Checks may be mailed to the Livonia Chamber of Commerce, 33300 Five Mile Road, Suite 212, Livonia, MI, 48154.
CITY OF LIVONIA ESSENTIAL SERVICES CONTACT INFORMATION
General City Line: (734) 466-2200
16th District Court: (734) 466-2500
Livonia Police Department (non-emergency): (734) 466-2470
Livonia Fire Department (non-emergency): (734) 466-2444
Department of Public Works: (734) 466-2655
Livonia Community Transit: (734) 466-2700
Parks and Recreation: (734) 466-2900
Housing: (248) 477-7086
Assessor: (734) 466-2220
Inspections: (734) 466-2580
Water Billing: (734) 466-2278
Senior Center: (734) 466-2555
Visit the 16th District Court page for more information.
- COVID-19 Situation Report April 6 (PDF)
- City of Livonia COVID-19 Resources Updated March 31 (PDF)
- Cityof Livonia FAQs - Updated March 31 (PDF)
- City of Livonia Canceled Events as Friday, March 20 (PDF)
- Stop the Spread of Germs (PDF)
- COVID-19 Symptoms (PDF)
- 16th District Court Information Updated April 3 (PDF)
- COVID-19 Situation Report April 5(PDF)
- COVID-19 Situation Report April 4(PDF)
- COVID-19 Situation Report April 3(PDF)
- COVID-19 Situation Report April 2(PDF)
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Livonia is closed for business. We urge you to visit our COVID-19 Information page. It is updated every day with our Situation Reports.
Be safe. Be well.
In keeping with today’s Executive Order from Governor Whitmer, the City is closing its playgrounds, golf courses and dog parks, as of March 23. The “Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives,” order also extends the closure time of all City buildings to April 13.
A message from Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan regarding the City of Livonia building closures.
A COVID-19 update from Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan on Thursday, March 12.