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Voter Registration

Voter Registration

In order to vote in the state of Michigan you must be a U.S. Citizen, 18 years old by election day, and a resident of the State of Michigan and the city you are applying to vote in.

You must be registered to vote at least 30 days prior to the election to be eligible to vote. 

You can register to vote in person or by mailing the Michigan Voter Registration Application to

City Clerk's Office
300 E. Nine Mile Road
Ferndale, MI 48220

Please bring photo ID when registering to vote in person. If you mail in your voter registration and have never been registered to vote in Michigan you must vote in person at your first election. 

If you have questions, please contact us at 248-546-2525, option 1 on the auto attendant.  

Location

The pool is located at 14300 Oak Park Blvd, just three miles from Ferndale's city center.


Hours

The Oak Park Pool is open from mid June through late August—this year, Saturday, June 15, through Saturday, August 24.

Public open swim:

  • Monday 2 to 7 p.m.
  • Tuesday 2 to 7 p.m.
  • Wednesday 2 to 7 p.m.
  • Thursday 2 to 7 p.m.
  • Friday 1 to 8 p.m.
  • Saturday 1 to 6 p.m.
  • Sunday 1 to 6 p.m.

Note: the City of Oak Park Recreation Department reserves the right to close the pool due to inclement weather or other circumstances.

2019 Rates
Ferndale citizens receive the resident rate

Resident Open Swim Daily Fee

  • Ages 3 and Under: Free
  • Ages 4–54: $3
  • Ages 55+: $2

Non-Residents

  • Ages 3 and Under: Free
  • Ages 4–54: $5
  • Ages 55+: $4

Season Passes (Available at Pool Entrance)

Residents

  • Ages 4–54: $30
  • Ages 55+: $20

Non-Residents

  • Ages 4–54: $50
  • Ages 55+: $40

Water Safety Information

The City of Ferndale performs regular water sampling and testing in accordance with the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act, and we continue to surpass water quality standards as mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ). The City provides comprehensive information about lead, chemicals, and other contaminants. For more information, see below.

Lead and Your Public Drinking Water

Surpasses EPA water quality standards, per GLWA testing

The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) oversees mandatory annual testing of each of their community water suppliers. Most recent testing, courtesy of the 2018 Consumers Annual Water Quality Report, shows levels that once again exceed regulation requirements and standards. To learn more about lead testing and water safety, view Lead and Your Water Supply: An Informational Guide.

PFAS and Your Public Drinking Water

Not detected in any water supply, per GLWA testing

The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) oversees mandatory testing of their water supply to ensure that PFAS, or chemical perfluoroalkyl substances, are not present in community drinking water supplies. Most recent testing of water in five sources (Detroit-based Water Works Park, Springwells, and Northeast water treatment plants, Allen Park-based Southwest Water Treatment Plant, and Lake Huron), performed 2222, confirmed that PFAS was not detected at any level/in any water source. You can view the report for more information.

PFAS Report: Southeast Ferndale

February 2019: The City of Ferndale learned from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (now EGLE) of the discovery of PFAS at the privately owned business property located at 1221 Farrow Street, Ferndale, identified as MacDermid, Inc.—a small chemical manufacturing and warehouse facility. Monitoring occurred at the bases of two former waste lagoons, and contamination appears limited to a small, perched zone of groundwater. The designation of this groundwater prevents it from being used as a drinking water source, and stormwater runoff from the contaminated area is captured and treated before discharge to the GLWA. Because this is a reportedly contained issue on private property, EGLE is working directly with the business/property owner(s) to excavate and re-sample. MDEQ recommended no community outreach at this time; the City has elected to publish this information in an effort to maintain transparency and information.

For more information, view the MDEQ report or contact the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy.

FAQs

I am a college student, do I have to come home to vote?

Michigan law states that any first time voter who registered by mail must vote in person the first time.  If you registered in person you can request an absentee ballot if you will be away at college on the election date.

Where can I register in person?

You can register in person at your county or city clerk's office.  You can also register to vote at any Secretary of State branch office.

Where do I mail my voter registration application?

You can mail the application to the Ferndale City Clerk, 300 E. 9 Mile Road, Ferndale, MI 48220 or to the county clerk's address, which is provided on the application. Applications mailed to the county clerk are forwarded to the Ferndale City Clerk and will take longer to process.

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