For Immediate Release | Official Press Release

36300 Warren Road | Westland, Michigan | 48185
Office 734.467.3200 | Fax 734.422.1230


City of Westland Responds to Low Temperatures by Opening Warming Centers

Westland, MI - In response to the extreme cold temperatures, the City of Westland has opened warming centers around the City today.    Below is a listing of the location with their address and the hours the warming centers will be open.
  •  Jefferson Barnes Community Vitality Center - 32150 Dorsey
    • Wednesday, December 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • Thursday, December 28 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • William P. Faust Public Library - 6123 Central City Parkway
    • Wednesday, December 27 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
    • Thursday, December 28 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
    • Friday, December 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • Saturday, December 30 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

If you experience a cold related issue and require assistance, please contact the Wayne-Westland Fire Department at (734) 467-3201.

For more information, please call Aubrey Berman at (734)467-3200

Westland, Michigan is the state's 10th largest municipality, with a population of over 84,000 people who exhibit a great deal of pride in their All-American City.  Westland has a thriving business community along with beautiful residential areas.  The citizens enjoy a wide array of amenities and a quality of life that is second to none.


In 2014, Westland was rated as one of 24/7 Wall Street's America's Best 50 Cities to Live, offering residents and visitors an ideal blend of single-family affordable homes, apartments and condominiums, great schools, and access to numerous outdoor activities.  Public safety is delivered by full-service, professional law enforcement and firefighting personnel. Westland Police Department, whose motto is protect and serve, provides emergency dispatch services to four cities and over 100,000 residents; the Westland Fire Department are licensed paramedics who responded to over 9,000 calls for service last year, about 85% being medical based.  They never forget their mission of preserving life and property.


Westland is well-known as the premier destination for shopping and dining in Wayne County with hundreds of shops and restaurants anchored by the Westland Shopping Center, one of the country's original four regional malls.


Infinite opportunities are available in Westland for the recreation aficionado including, more than 40 parks and 1,500 acres of trails, a 9-hole golf course, hockey arena, athletic fields, playscapes, a Farmers and Artisans Market and more.  One of Michigan's most environmentally friendly cities, Westland has a progressive curbside recycling program with one of the highest participation rates in the nation and the City is raising the bar for cultural experiences with the placement of public art throughout the City.


The City is served by two public school districts; Wayne-Westland Community Schools serving 12,000 youth was recently named one of the Best School in Michigan by WXYZ-TV and is the proud recipient of 14 Golden Apple and two Michigan Blue Ribbon Exemplary School Awards.  Livonia Public Schools, educating nearly 15,000 students, is proud of their MEAP/MME scores that exceed state averages and the District has also earned Golden Apple and Michigan Blue Ribbon Exemplary School Awards.


The City provides competitive incentives for those who are interested in investing in Westland, making it one of the hottest investment markets in the region.  Our Fast-Track to Business Team, which consists of key decision makers who work diligently on a development plan will "cut the red tape" and expedite the approval process for new business development.

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