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Safewise.com has ranked the City of Berkley 5th safest among municipalities larger than 10,000 residents.

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FEMA Update

Visit the flood event update page for the latest updates. Last updated on 12/3/2014 @ 12:00PM - More Information

Election Results

November 2014 unofficial election results

State of the City Presentation

View the State of the City presentation

E-mail Updates

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Facebook Updates

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Berkley 21-100 Travel

Themed Birthday Parties

Many great day and extended trips are planned for this fall. Check out the full list on our Travel Page.

Discount Tickets for the Zoo!

Berkley Parks & Recreation has partnered with the Detroit Zoo offering discounted tickets for Berkley residents.  More information ...

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  • 45 minutes in Party Room
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  • Choice of Pizza
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Budget

Berkley's fiscal year runs from July 1 through June 30.

2014-15 Adopted Budget

2014-15 Proposed Budget Presentation

Financial Audit

View the Final Audit Report for Fiscal Year Ending June 2014.

Berkley Voters Approve Millage

On August 7th, Berkley voters approved the Municipal Operating, Police and Fire Millage Proposal for a 3 mill property tax increase. Read the full press release.

City Dashboard

The City of Berkley Dashboard has been updated for 2014.

W-9 Form

City of Berkley W-9 form (PDF)
Snow Removal

It’s that most wonderful time of the year when the weather is cold and fresh snow changes the scenery in Berkley.

Berkley is very fortunate to have walkable communities. Residents, especially children and seniors, can walk to school and City parks. Home owners show pride and respect for neighbors and the community when they shovel the sidewalks abutting private property.

For the safety of Berkley residents and visitors, business owners receive a letter every fall reminding them that they must provide for snow removal as defined in Section 106-222 of the Berkley City Code. In addition, Section 106-221 requires Oxford Park Towers and all business property to be cleared of snow. If snow is not removed in the manner defined in the ordinance, the City can clear the sidewalks and bill property owners for the work. Business owners should contact the Department of Public Works at 248.658.3320 if there are questions or concerns regarding this process.

Limited funding and assistance is available from the City to help eligible seniors with chores around the house like shoveling snow. Low to moderate income seniors may qualify for this program. For details, contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 248.658.3470.

Special Notices

Update: Water Main Break on Tyler near Cambridge - 3/3/2015

The water main on Tyler near Cambridge has been repaired and water service has been restored in the affected area.

During the repair process, iron sediments may have been released from the sides of the water mains causing a brownish color in the water. If you experience brown water, let the cold water run from a faucet closest to the inside water meter until the water is clear.

If you inadvertently use brown water for washing light and/or white clothing, you will need to rewash your laundry with a product called “Iron Out”, available at most hardware stores. Bleach will not remove the iron spots.

If you have questions, please call the DPW at 248-658-3490 between the hours of 7am and 3:30pm. If you have a water emergency after business hours, please call the Public Safety Department at 248-658-3380.