January 26, 2017
For more information on any items featured, contact  Community Relations.
Come have coffee with Novi's cops
Chat with the Chief on Friday, February 24, from 9-11am at Fire Station #2

Get to know the men and women who work tirelessly to keep Novi safe on Coffee with a Cop Day from 9-11am, Friday, February 24, at Fire Station #2.

Residents are invited to ask questions, voice concerns and engage with the officers who patrol their neighborhoods. Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police David Molloy will be there along with other members of his administrative team and officers.

There will not be a formal presentation, so people are invited to come and go throughout the morning as they please.

Fire Station #2 is located at 1919 Paramount, off 13 Mile Road west of Novi Road. For more information, visit cityofnovi.org.
Tickets on sale for State of the City
Annual address takes place Thursday, March 9, Suburban Collection Showplace

Mayor Bob Gatt has earned quite the reputation for his annual State of the City Address, and early word is that 2017's version could be the best yet.

This year's address will take place at 7:30am on Thursday, March 9 at the Suburban Collection Showplace.  Tickets are $25 per person or $225 for a table of 10 and can be purchased at cityofnovi.org. Those wishing to hear the Mayor's speech by not join in the breakfast may attend at 8:45am free of charge.

If you cannot make the event but would still like to watch, it will be livestreamed on cityofnovi.org and the City of Novi Facebook page.

For more information or to purchase tickets in person, call 248.735.5628. Seating is limited to the first 280 attendees.
Bowl your support for Novi's youth
Youth Assistance Bowl-A-Thon, 1-4pm, Saturday, March 4 at Novi Bowl

Get your team together for the 35th annual Bowl-A-Thon to benefit  Novi Youth Assistance on Saturday, March 4 at Novi Bowl.

This is the non-profit organization's biggest fundraiser of the year, with the goal set at $25,000. Proceeds from the event go to support various programs and services in Novi.

Residents and businesses can help by donating prizes, sponsoring a lane or putting a bowling team together. For more information or to register your team, visit cityofnovi.org or call 248.347.0410.
Be part of Citizen Police Academy 
Applications currently be accepted for FREE academy that starts March 1

Go behind the scenes of the law enforcement community at the 39th session of the Lakes Area Citizen Police Academy.

This free academy, which kicks off March 1, gives residents the opportunity to learn about their local police department and get an in-depth look at the criminal justice system as a whole.

The 30-hour program includes practical demonstrations, hands-on experiences and presentations. Participants will tour the Oakland County Medical Examiner's Office along with 52-1 District Court. They will also watch a K-9 demonstration and learn about weapons at the Novi Firearms Training Center.

Classes are scheduled on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-9pm, March 1 through May 10. The registration deadline is February 15.

For more information or to register, visit cityofnovi.org or call 248.347.0530.