New Color for City of Howell Utility Billing -
Starting in March, Utility Bills will now be green instead of red. All information and format is the same. We hope the new color will be more noticeable when mixed with your regular mail.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 517-546-3500.
- Public Act 202 of 2017, the Protecting Local Government Retirement and Benefits Act went into effect on December 20, 2017.
A primary component of the Act was the requirement that all local units of government providing retirement pension and/or retirement health care, file with Treasury information about their plans.
City of Howell - Public Act 202 of 2017 Health Care (OPEB) Report
City of Howell - Public Act 202 of 2017 Pension Report
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“Howell Community strongly condemns recently distributed hate flyers. Hate has no home here!”
Howell, MI – A nationally recognized white supremacy organization, the Patriot Front, is responsible for racist flyers found on vehicles outside the Historic Howell Theater this past Saturday evening.
The handouts were placed on vehicles during a fundraising event for the Sikyha Foundation, whose mission is to help girls in Northwest India.
The national group, which is based in Texas, is responsible for similar activities in Flint and Ann Arbor, as well as across the country over the last several months.Read More »
Official Joint Statement
City of Howell Summary Annual Reports of our Pension and Public Employee Health Care Fund are now available on the Finance Dept webpage.http://cityofhowell.org/finance
The reports detail the assets, employer contributions, participant summaries and assumptions/ performance of the plans.
The reports also list the steps the City is taking to decrease its unfunded actuarial accrued liability.
Utility Rate Change
Effective July 1, 2017, based on a study by our utility rate consultant, the City of Howell will be increasing water and sewer rates on average 4.9%. The majority of our customers using a a 5/8"meter will experience an annual increase of $37.80 or $3.15 per month.
If you would like a copy of the study or have any questions, pleas contact the Finance Dept at (517) 546-3500.
2017 Utility Rates