CITY OF LATHRUP VILLAGE
27400 Southfield Road
Lathrup Village, MI 48076
248.557.2600
E-Newsletter - December 11, 2020
City News
Board / Commission Seats
Accepting Applications
for Council Appointment
Board of Review
Application deadline: Jan. 8, 2021
Term ending: 12/31/2024

Downtown Development Authority
Application Deadline: Jan. 15, 2021
Term ending: 2/1/2025
  • Applicants should have an interest in property located in the downtown district or officers, members, trustees, principals, or employees of a legal entity having an interest in property located in the downtown district.

Those interested in a position can fill out the Application for Committees and return the application to City Hall.
Lathrup Village Snow Fall Policy
In the event that snowfall accumulations are over 2-3 inches the Lathrup Village Police Department will call the DPS Staff member on call.   Following the call the

Priority One
All major arterial streets are salted and plowed. These include:
·      Sunset Blvd (Roseland to Southfield Rd)
·      Santa Barbara Dr (Eleven Mile Rd to Roseland Blvd)
·      Bloomfield Dr (Eleven Mile Rd to Twelve Mile Rd)
·      Lathrup Blvd (Lincoln Dr to Twelve Mile Rd)
·      Rainbow Dr (Eleven Mile Rd to Southfield Rd)

Priority Two
When Priority One routes are done, crews shift to Priority Two, which includes all intersections and City Hall (during office hours and when the Community Room is booked for events)

Crews salt intersections only where the majority of stopping and turning takes place. This permits "tracking" of salt beyond the intersection, and within a few days after a snow, the area is free of ice or snow for the most part. Concentrating on intersections protects the streets and the environment, saving the taxpayers money.

Priority Three
All Lathrup Village Streets are plowed but not salted.  This typically includes two heavy plow trucks and 1 pick up truck which is primarily tasked with intersections and dead-end streets.  


Lathrup Business Bingo
The Lathrup Business Bingo has been extended until December 21st. There's still time to participate. Download a card here. Earn Bingo, earn a prize. Bring your completed card to City Hall, send a picture to @LVDDA on Facebook or email a picture to cdahl@lathrupvillage.org
Water Service Material Survey
Lathrup Village residents are being asked to assist in identifying if the water service leads to their home contains lead, copper, or galvanized steel.
 
An easy online survey form is available at https://arcg.is/1P5rPe
Or, residents can use the QR Code.

Helpful information is available through the National Public Radio (NPR) online tool that helps residents to walk through the identification process step-by-step.

The information submitted will be reviewed by staff and loaded onto a GIS map and database. This will make it easier for the Department of Public Service to identify the materials for each property and which may require replacement.
2021 MLK Day Programs
Local residents are invited to participate in a citywide food drive benefiting Lighthouse Oakland County and a “Community Experience Journal” where they can write or videotaped personal stories, experiences, or perspectives, as it relates to the legacy of Dr. King and social justice.

The Lathrup Village Parks & Recreation Department will host a friendly competition between sections of the city. Residents will receive weekly updates indicating upcoming themes and flash challenges. 2 To participate in the citywide food drive, residents may:
  • Drop off donations during business hours between Monday, December 14, and Monday, January 18, 2021, to the Community Room of Lathrup Village City Hall, located at 27400 Southfield Road, Lathrup Village, 48076.
  • Drop off donations to block captains or business collection sites. A list of block captains and business sites is available at www.lathrupvillage.org.
  • Participate in “Fill the Truck” porch collection dates on Friday, January 8, and Saturday, January 16, 2021.

Visit the website here to learn more about how to participate in the Citywide Food Drive and the Community Experience Journal or watch a short video about the Food Drive here.

Remote Meetings
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City Council Study Session
Monday, December 21, 2020,
at 6:00 PM

City Council Meeting
Monday, December 21, 2020 at 7:00 PM
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Mayor Mykale "Kelly" Garrett

Mayor Pro Tem Bruce Kantor

Council Member Ian Ferguson

Council Member Saleem Siddiqi

Council Member Donna Stallings

MAIN NUMBER - CITY HALL
248.557.2600
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Dr. Sheryl L. Mitchell, City Administrator

Pamela Bratschi, Treasurer

Chief Scott McKee, Police Department

Yvette Talley, City Clerk

Susie Stec, Community & Econ Dev

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