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Posted on: July 28, 2021

Southbound Middle Belt Road at Schoolcraft to Close for four to five weeks on Monday, Aug. 2

Road Closed Sign

Beginning Monday, Aug. 2,  southbound Middle Belt Road will be closed north of the westbound Schoolcraft intersection for a water main project. Southbound traffic will be able to access all the businesses along that stretch of Middle Belt Road bu...

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Posted on: July 27, 2021

MDOT CLOSING SIX MILE ROAD BRIDGE OVER I-275 STARTING MONDAY, AUG. 2

Six Mile Road Bridge

MDOT is closing the Six Mile Road bridge over I-275 for eight weeks starting Monday,  Aug. 2. Drivers are urged to follow the detour. Take Haggerty Road to Seven Mile Road to Newburgh Road.

The Five Mile Road bridge construction has been postponed...

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Posted on: July 26, 2021

City Offers Emergency Center

Kirksey Recreation Center with the American flag

The City of Livonia hosts an emergency shelter for residents looking for shelter from the heat.The Jack Kirksey Livonia Community Recreation Center is prepared to provide a temporary place to stay for Livonia residents who confirm they live in the City.Th...

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Posted on: July 19, 2021

Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan met with a representative of GFL

GFL Meeting

Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan met with a representative of GFL to discuss delays in garbage, recycling and yard waste pick up. The Mayor again shared the full list of resident complaints regarding delayed pick-ups, providing GFL with a map of complaints re...

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Posted on: July 19, 2021

Be the Best, Join the Best

Livonia Police Department Hiring Flyer

Livonia Police Department Now Hiring!

Career benefits

- 12-hour shifts- Defined Benefit Retirement System- Overtime opportunities- Career opportunities including Detective Bureau, Crime Scene Unit, Traffic Bureau, Narcotics & Surveillance, SWAT, K9, Mob...

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Posted on: July 19, 2021

President Biden Approves Gov. Whitmer's Request for Disaster Declaration for Wayne, Washtenaw

Flooding

Governor Whitmer issued the following statement after President Biden issued a disaster declaration allowing individual assistance for Wayne and Washtenaw counties as a result of the heavy rainfall and flooding that occurred in late June. The dec...

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Posted on: July 13, 2021

Residents Who Were Impacted by Flooding are Urged to Call 211

211

If you were impacted by flooding, call 211 or visit MI211.ORG to receive assistance and resources from the United Way.

Michigan 2-1-1 is an easy way to connect with help of all kinds, right in your community. Need help with food, housing, or paying bills? ...

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Posted on: July 12, 2021

Spectrum City Channel 203 is Experiencing a Loss of Signal

Livonia TV

Attention Spectrum customers, we are experiencing an outage on the Spectrum system. Our Spectrum City Channel 203 is offline due to technical difficulties. Unfortunately, repairs cannot be made right away to correct the transmission of our signal to Spect...

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Posted on: July 6, 2021

Construction on Hubbard from Five Mile Road to the Buchanan School Begins Wednesday, July 8

Road Work

Construction on Hubbard Road from Five Mile Road to the Buchanan School entrance Drive will begin on Wednesday, July 8 (weather permitting). The Contractor will be milling the existing asphalt, then closing half the road at a time to widen and fix the bas...

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