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Absentee ballots have been sent out on September 24th, residents can expect them to arrive within a week. Voters can drop off the ballots or mail them back to City Hall.
Voters may choose to vote absentee for any reason. Those who are interested in voting absentee may submit applications to have a ballot mailed to you by 5:00 p.m. on the Friday before the election. Absentee Ballots can be issued on the d...
The goal of the campaign is to unite all Michiganders to take three simple actions that will contain the spread of the virus at levels that will enable the state to fully reopen — and stay open. Oakland University and other regional neighbors have joined.
To help contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Michiganders must:1. Wear a mask or face covering over your mouth and nose to reduce the spread.• While masks alone may not always prevent the spread of the disease, scientists, doctors and health...
The City is currently looking to hire seasonal Public Works employees. This is a field position involving assisting road crews, city beautification, trash collection, sign installations, lawn mowing and landscaping, leaf collection, and cleaning.
Candidates interested in applying should view the job posting and instructions at https://rochestermi.org/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=95&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Seasonal-Public-Service-Workers-FallWint-51
September is the last month to be counted in the Census! Make sure our community continues to flourish and receive important funding by completing the Census at 2020census.gov.
Rochester Hills will be patching Rochester Road (M-150) from Avon Rd to the Clinton River Bridge will now be starting September 13th with the expectation to have the work done by November 1st.