September 29, 2016
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Old cart removal to begin Monday
Cart removal will occur on your service day, process to be complete by Oct. 10

On Monday, October 3, crews will begin retrieval of the old trash carts from the previous providers.

We are encouraging residents to continue using those carts until they are removed on their trash day that week. If your cart is not removed on your trash day, please leave it out front until it is removed as crews will be working through the City.

Please wait until the week of October 17 to report a missed cart pick-up by calling 866.797.9018. For more information about the trash program in Novi, visit  
Free mammograms at Civic Center
Screenings covered by most insurances, will only take 15 minutes to complete

Early detection has proven to reduce breast cancer mortality rates, yet many women still skip the screenings.

But according to Jennifer Valenti, manager of breast imaging for Providence-Providence Park Hospital, a mammogram is the easiest thing a woman can do. 

In an effort to encourage women age 40 or older to get screened, the City has  partnered with Providence Park Hospital to bring its mobile mammography unit to the Novi Civic Center on Oct. 18. All women in the community over the age of 40 are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to get screened. Screenings are covered by most insurances and will take only 15 minutes to complete.

You can make an appointment by calling  248.567.0316  or emailing and completing the registration form found on  Appointment times are on a first come basis. Appointments can be made in 15 minute increments.  

To learn more about the mobile screening center, visit
Enjoy coffee with a cop
Engage with the Novi PD from 9-11am on Oct. 7 at the Novi Public Library

Join your neighbors and police officers for a cup of coffee and conversation from 9-11am on Friday, October 7, at the Novi Public Library.

Coffee with a Cop Day is an informal event that does not have an agenda or any planned speakers, rather it is intended to give residents a chance to ask questions, voice their concerns, engage with officers in their neighborhoods and chat with Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police David Molloy.

To learn more about the Novi Police Department, visit 
Give blood and help save a life
Battle of the Badges Blood Drive takes place October 5 at Novi Civic Center

Can the Novi Fire Department win two times this year, or will the Novi Police Department find a way to edge them out?

The final Battle of the Badges Blood Drive for 2016 takes place from 9am-3pm on Oct. 5 at the Novi Civic Center, and our public safety teams want this to be the best one yet.

Register online at using the code "Novi" or call 313.549.7052.
Celebrate the culture of Japan
Japan Festival takes place from 1-5pm on Oct. 2 at Novi High School

The largest Japan festival in Michigan returns to Novi on Sunday, Oct. 2.

This free community event, which runs from 1-5pm at Novi High School, will highlight the unique culture of Japan through presentations and performances, traditional children's games, Japanese food and more!

Novi is proud to have the largest Japanese population in Michigan, so be sure to stop by and experience a taste of Japan right here in the city.

For more information about the event, visit