Effective Friday, March 20, Ferndale City Hall will be closed to the public. Please know that the decision to close was made in difficulty and is done purely as a preventative measure to keep our community safe. Staff remain dedicated to serving our city and are available in most circumstances as normal to serve you from remote locations. This closure will reain in effect through April 30 (tentatively).
The Kulick Community Center will be closed through April 30 (tentatively). All Recreation activities, events, and programming scheduled between now and April 30 have been cancelled.
Emergency response and patrol staffing will remain the same as usual. 911 and emergency services will not be affected. To reduce or eliminate person-to-person contact, both departments will dramatically scale back in-person services; if you have reason to visit either department in a non-emergency capacity, please call or email first to learn about other options.
DPW will continue to perform essential services to ensure the functionality and safety of Ferndale's water, streets, sewers, and other critical infrastructure. Nonessential project-based work and maintenance will be suspended to preserve workforce. Office staff at the DPW yard will be limited.
SMART Bus Service will continue to operate for essential services only; please contact our Parks & Recreation director at 248-914-2701 with questions.
The Ferndale Library will be closed to the public; pease check back for updates about a reopening date.
The Court has substantially updated their docket, hours, and protocols. Please contact them at 248-547-8700 for additional information.
The DDA office will be closed to the public through April 30 (tentatively).
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