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  • Notice of upcoming change in Garbage and Recycling Service:

    The City of Howell garbage and rubbish contract with Waste Management expired on January 31, 2016.  The City recently bid the contract and awarded it to Advanced Disposal Solutions (ADS) of Whitmore Lake, MI as our new provider effective February 1, 2016.  The transition will come with some changes and enhancements to the current program. 
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  • DTE Tree Trimming and Maintenance Program in the City of Howell September - December 2015

    Tree related damages are responsible for two-thirds of the time customers are without power. DTE Energy's goal is to deliver electricity that every home and business customer can depend on 24/7. 

    Through our tree maintenance program, we are committed to working collaboratively with customers to deliver both reliable electricity and strong, healthy trees. Trimming problem trees is a common sense solution to prevent outages from happening in the first place. 

    Map of Tree Trimming Area

  • Water Rates

    Effective August 1, 2015, based on a study by our utility rate consultant, the City of Howell will be increasing water and sewer rates on average 5.5%.
    The majority of our customers using 5/8"meter will experience an annual increase of $39.90 or $3.30 per month

    If you would like a copy of the study or have any questions, please contact the Finance Department at (517)546-3500.
  • The City of Howell 2015 Master Plan has been adopted!
    The final version of the 2015 City of Howell Master Plan has been adopted by the Planning Commission. The Plan will help guide the City's development and character into the future and is a vital tool for policymaking. The plan is split into two parts: the main document with goals for the community and a Community Profile, with more technical information about the City.

    You can review the Documents here at:
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    It’s come to our attention that an individual or individuals is making calls to local residents, representing themselves as officers or detectives from the Howell Police Department or other local law enforcement agencies. Sometimes they identify themselves as being from the “Warrant Division”. The caller advises that there is a warrant for the persons’ arrest, and that they must immediately send money, usually requesting the resident immediately get a money order or green dot money  card.   They have in the past identified themselves as “Officer Delaware” or “Detective Harris”.
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