Public Hearing Notices


Public Notices

Public hearing notices will be published here when received. Please check the City's Event Calendar for all Board and Committee Meeting postings.Read more »

Leaf Pickup

Email Notification Service

Sign up here for our email and digital subscription service. Subscribers will receive email notifications about City of Royal Oak news, events, meetings and other information including police alerts. Royal Oak City News is one tool in the City’s efforts to use the internet to communicate with citizens. "We spend a great deal of time and energy creating content for the City’s website, but we needed a way to be more proactive in communicating when new and important information was available.Read more »


The Royal Oak Service Center Online, "R.O.S.C.O.", is a service for residents on the web site. Whether it’s during the weekend, weekday or the middle of the night, the Service Center is available 24 hours a day.
    • Ask R.O.S.C.O. questions and get answers
    • Report a problem or register a complaint
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Services Listing

This is an alphabetical city services listing with some links to more detailed information on the website. For additional information contact: Senior Center @ 246-3900, City Clerk's Office @ 246-3050, Dept. of Public Service @ 246-3300, or Recreation Department @ 246-3180 or General Information @ 246-3000.Read more »

Snow Emergency Information

City Snowplows Need Citizens' Cooperation

Residents may call the Snow Emergency Hotline: 248-246-3442, to find out if a snow emergency is in effect.Read more »

Online Payments

The City offers multiple payment options for your convenience. The following payments options are currently available online.

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Ordinance Records

The Royal Oak City Charter and Ordinance Records play an important role in the City's overall goal of maintaining, improving and providing for the City as a whole. A fully indexed and searchable on-line database called "e-code 360" is available here:

City Ordinance and Code records -

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Rodent Harborage

Preventing Rodent Harborage

All structures and exterior property shall be kept free from rat infestation. Where rats are found they shall be promptly exterminated by approved processes which will not be injurious to human health. After extermination, proper precautions shall be taken to prevent reinfestation.

All foundation walls shall be maintained plumb and free from open cracks and breaks and shall be kept in such condition so as to prevent the entry of rats.Read more »

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