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A message from the City of Farmington regarding COVID-19

In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the City of Farmington is implementing some strategies and encouraging residents to use its online services or drop box rather than come into City Hall to conduct their business.
 
The following measures have been taken:

  • For the month of March, non-essential public meetings have been canceled including:
    • Parking Advisory Committee Meeting, March 18 at 7 p.m.
    • The Historical Commission Meeting, March 26 at 7 p.m.
 
Please note, the City Council meetings scheduled for Monday, March 16 will be conducted. The regular meeting at 7 p.m. will be broadcast via live feed at . Council meetings are posted on the City website about one day after the meeting, they also air on cable, station 15, the next day.
 
  • Solicitor license applications and City Hall weddings are suspended until further notice
  • The Farmington Civic Theater is temporarily close
  • Notary services are suspended
  • Requests for alcohol testing have been suspended
  • Applicant fingerprint services are suspended
  • Prescription drug drop-off is suspended
  • We recommend residents use our on-line services, drop boxes and mail instead of coming into City Hall. Such service include:
  • Department of Public Works/Economic and Community Development. Farmgov.com has an online forms and permit page that is quite helpful: https://www.farmgov.com/City-Services/Forms-and-Permits.aspx
    • All planning, zoning and building applications are available online; these can be submitted via drop box, or email
    • Fees can be mailed
    • Final residential water bills can be managed online
  • Parks and Governor Warner Mansion usage: https://www.farmgov.com/Community/Parks-and-Recreation.aspx
    • Applications for park or mansion reservations are online, payments can be sent via mail
    • Tickets for events at Governor Warner Mansion can be paid over the phone
  • Clerks Department
    • Business Registration and Historical Plaques can be paid for via drop box or mail; applications are available online
    • Call Clerk’s office for burials and cemetery deed transferals
  • Public Safety
    • Tickets can be paid online:
    • Accident reports can be obtained online
    • Requests for police reports can be called in
As always, we welcome any questions you may have. You can contact us at 248-474-5500 or through our website at https://www.farmgov.com/Contact-Us.aspx
 
Our mailing address is:
Farmington City Hall
23600 Liberty Street
Farmington, MI  48335
 
There are two drop boxes at City Hall, one in front of the building in the circle drive and the other inside beneath the Treasury counter.
 
We continue to monitor guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Oakland County Health Department, and State of Michigan as we navigate this issue.  More information can be found at:  
 

 

 

 

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