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    2017 Scrap Tire Collection

    Sponsored by the Solid Waste Program of the
    Livingston County Drain Commissioner
    A FREE scrap tire collection for Livingston County RESIDENTS to responsibly dispose of car and light truck tires will be held by reservation only on Saturday, July 8, 2017, from 9 am to 1 pm. This event is sponsored by a grant from the MDEQ (Michigan Department of Environmental Quality) and is coordinated by the Solid Waste Program within the Livingston County Drain Commissioner’s office.  Per State regulations, there is a limit of 10 tires per resident address.  Details are on the website www.livgov.com/dpw.

    Tire Collection Flyer
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  • The Michigan Challenge Balloonfest June 23rd - 25th! 

    Sponsored by the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce, is a community and family event. This  event is one of the premier summertime activities in Michigan, offering  entertainment for the entire family. With balloon fly-in and launch events to an arts festival, carnival, skydiving team, stunt kites, live entertainment, and so much more, the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest in Howell, MI is an annual tradition you will not want to miss. 

    For more information, please visit,  michiganchallenge.com  and 

  • 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

  • The City of Howell 2017-18 Adopted Budget is now availabe for review.

    City of Howell 2017-2018 Adopted Budget

    City of Howell 2017-2018 Adopted Line Item Budget
  • Grand River Road Diet

    Over the years, the City has received consistent feedback that improving walkability and parking capacity in downtown is a priority. The City is evaluating a road diet project for Grand River from Barnard Street to Chestnut to address these goals.  

    You can find information about the project at -

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