What Residents Need to Know About Arts, Beats & Eats
What streets will be closed for the festival? When do downtown festival streets close? Do we have to worry about outside festival patrons parking in neighborhoods? What time do the bands stop playing?
Get answers to these questions and more at www.artsbeatseats.com.
Main Street to Close Week of Sept. 8 for Railroad Repairs
CN Railroad will replace the tracks, ballast and decking at the Main Street crossing beginning Sept. 8, 2015 and through Oct. 2, 2015.
During this three-week period, Main Street will be closed at the railroad. Drivers will be directed to use Sixth Street for southbound traffic and Seventh Street for northbound traffic.
Advance signage will be at Fourth Street for southbound traffic and at Lincoln for northbound traffic. Barricades will be in place indicating 'ROAD CLOSED AHEAD SEEK ALTERNATE ROUTE.'
Labor Day Holiday Weekend Hours
In observance of the Labor Day holiday, the City of Royal Oak government offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7. Regular hours resume Tuesday, Sept. 8. Please see the list below for closings or special hours for city facilities and services.
CITY HALL: Friday, Sept. 4 open from 8 a.m. to noon; CLOSED at noon. CLOSED Monday, Sept. 7
ROYAL OAK PUBLIC LIBRARY: CLOSED Friday, Sept. 4 through Monday, Sept. 7
44th DISTRICT COURT: Friday, Sept. 4 open from 8 a.m. to noon; CLOSED at noon. CLOSED Monday, Sept. 7.
Please note: Due to restricted parking as a result of Arts, Beats & Eats festival parking, the court will close Friday, Sept. 4 at noon. Anyone who has matters to be filed with the court with a deadline of Sept. 4 will...
Read Mayor's State of the City Address
It took Mayor Jim Ellison 26 minutes to present his 2015 State of the City address at a luncheon hosted by the Royal Oak Rotary Club at Bistro 82 on July 21.
The mayor took the annual gathering, which was attended by more than 80 guests, to highlight milestones achieved over the past year.
Information For Royal Oak Water And Sewer Customers Regarding Class Action Law Suit
Certain Royal Oak residents may receive notice this month of a “class action” lawsuit against the city entitled “Schroeder v. City of Royal Oak.” This webpage provides you with some of the important details about this case. We hope that the information provided here will help you to better understand the background of the case, the complicated legal issues it raises and how the eventual outcome of the case may impact you.
If you qualify as a member of the class, you will receive notice from the law firm of Kickham Hanley, PLLC, which is representing the plaintiffs.
If you receive this notice and have additional questions regarding the lawsuit, please visit this firm’s website:
or email email@example.com