Effective Friday, November 20, Ferndale City Hall will be closed to the public. City Hall will remain closed until January 4, 2021. The decision to close was made in response to the exponential increase of Covid-19 infection rates in our area, as a precautionary measure to keep Ferndale's community members and staff safe.
The Kulick Community Center remains closed to the public.
Emergency response and patrol staffing remain the same as usual.
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 may be suspended to preserve workforce. Please remember that our Public Works staff are dealing with the same health and safety precautions as everyone else; please be patient if services are be a bit slower than usual.
SMART Bus Service will continue to operate for essential services only; please contact our Parks & Recreation director at 248-914-2701 with questions.
The Court has substantially updated their docket, hours, and protocols. Please contact them at 248-547-8700 for additional information.
While some flexibility is being provided in light of current conditions, permits and licenses are still required for all applicable activities and enforcement is occurring for violations, particularly those related to life and building safety.
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View a comprehensive list of the permits you can apply for in Ferndale.