Reminder of Regulations for Dogs in Public PlacesThe Howell City Council recently received a complaint concerning dogs running loose and leaving waste in Lakeview Cemetery. People that visit Lakeview Cemetery are reminded that dogs are not allowed to run loose in public places within the City of Howell and pet owners are required to clean up all waste. Waste bags are provided throughout the parks & cemeteries. Please visit the new Countryside Veterinary Dog Park on S. Highlander Way to exercise your pets off leash.
Visit http://www.howellrecreation.org/dog-park/ or the Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority at 517-546-0693.
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Join us for a Community Conversation November 18th and 19th
113 E Grand River.
The City is conducting a series of events to get your input on solutions for the City's future. Please join us to discuss topics ranging from Howell's small-town character, housing, safety and more!
View the event invitation here.
- Public Engagement for City Plan Continues With “Solutions” Public Open House.
In addition to the recently approved Vision and Guiding Values, the City of Howell continues work on a new Master Plan for the City with a public open house to be held on Tuesday, November 18th from 5 to 9pm at 113 East Grand River. City staff will also be holding a number of topic-based forums with various groups around town in late November and early December.
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Nixle Alert System - Alert system which allows the Howell Police Department to create and publish messages and alerts to be delivered to subscribed members instantly, via cell phone text message and/or email.
Notifications can also be accessed online at www.nixle.com. This is a free service to all community members. Register at www.nixle.com or by simply sending a text message with the zip code of "48843" to "888-777".
City's Vision and Guiding Values - Draft Ready for Your Comments
The City of Howell is pleased to release a draft set of Guiding Values for the City. These values are based on the public input we have received thus far in the Master Planning process, at our in-person meetings in September and from speakuphowell.org. They represent the ideas and thoughts that we heard most from you.
A brief summary of the Vision and Guiding Values is as follows:Read More »