Upcoming Meetings

July 2021

City Council Special Meeting July 28, 2021 6:30 p.m.

August 2021

Planning Commission Meeting August 2, 2021

Parks and Recreation Meeting August 3, 2021

Regular City Council Meeting August 9, 2021

Dangerous Building Hearing August 11, 2021


Located just a short distance West of Flint and only moments from the 1-75/23 corridor allows the people of Flushing to enjoy the advantages of a metropolitan area, while residing in a small town atmosphere.

The City of Flushing is a stable community with quality residential neighborhoods, good schools, beautiful views of the Flint River, a historic and vibrant downtown, parks, and convenient freeway access. Annual events and festivals, such as the Summerfest and Christmas Candlewalk contribute to Flushing's "small town" sense of community.

The Flint River and related topography are the most important visual assets to the community. Spectacular views of the river valley and tranquility of the water create an identity unique to the region. The City has taken full advantage of this resource, especially in the downtown. The river's aesthetic opportunities include physical links to the river in the downtown area, along Main Street east of the Central Business District, and in Riverview Park along the Riverview Trail. 

   Beginning October 1, 2019, water/sewer bills will be a 8 1/2" x 11" piece of paper and mailed in an envelope.  
  Trash / Recycling Services   
   2021 Emterra Service Calendar and Information  
   Yard Waste Pick Up Begins the week of Monday, March 22, 2021  

 Blight Notification

 Taxes / Utility / Assessing  
  Per the Michigan Building Code, permits are required to install new/replacement windows, siding and shingles/new roof  




From the Flushing Police Department

            As citizens of our community are taking measures to reduce their exposure to the COVID-19 pandemic, another problem is surfacing as a result.  The City of Flushing is receiving reports that people are disposing of personal protective equipment, such as masks and gloves, by throwing them on the ground in places open to the public.  Gloves and masks have been found in parking lots and other areas throughout town.

            This behavior is concerning as it goes beyond littering.  These items potentially contain the harmful Coronavirus we are trying to contain.  Littering with these materials leaves others exposed and can further the pandemic within our community.  This cannot be tolerated.

            It is our hope members of our community will be responsible and considerate and use appropriate disposal containers.  Trash containers are located at convenient locations throughout the city.  If necessary, the police department will explore all enforcement options available for those who fail to comply.  This could result in charges that go beyond a violation for littering.

Due to the implementation of COVID-19 mitigation measures, contact the Flushing Police Department via email at mhoornstra@flushingcity.com or by phone at 911.


Effective June 8, 2020, the City of Flushing offices are officially open to the public. However, for your safety, we ask that any business that can be handled by phone, through the mail or drop box is still done that way in order to control the surge the State has seen recently.  If you do need to come into the office for a landfill permit or other in-person business, we are here for you, and we are doing everything we can to ensure that you are protected and safe from the spread of the virus. 

Effective immediately, pursuant to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services order, all customers must wear a mask and maintan physical distancing.  As always, if you have a fever, cough, sore thoat, loss of taste or smell, difficulty breathing, or are experincing any other symptoms of COVID-19, please do not enter the building and seek medical treatment.  

All public meetings will continue to be available via Zoom because of the MDHHS 10 person in-door limit on indoor activities and the City's space limitations for physical distancing.

From the Office of the City Manager

Residents are reminded to dispose of "flushable wipes" and disinfection wipes in the trash. Please DO NOT flush these wipes down the toilet. These items cause havoc to the city's sewer collection system, sewer lift station pumps and waste water treatment plant. Click HERE for an informational video.




Due to the tremendous health and fire hazard and unsightliness of overgrown weeds, the City of Flushing advises property owners to familiarize themselves with the City’s Noxious Weeds and Refuse Ordinance Chapter 96, as amended and reminds property owners, that they are fully responsible to keep their property mowed and maintained to a length of not more than six (6) inches.  Should the city receive a complaint after publication of this notice that a property owner has not fulfilled their obligation to keep the weeds and grass under control, the City will cut the weeds and grass without further notice to the property owner and bill the property owner at the rate stipulated in Ordinance Chapter 96, as amended.

Full copies of this Ordinance is available for review on our website www.flushingcity.com or from the City Clerk at 725 E. Main Street, Flushing during regular business hours.

Michelle King, Flushing City Clerk

Published April 1, 2021



2020 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) - Saturday, May 15, 2021

Please find the draft copy of the Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the program year May 1, 2020 through April 30, 2021, on the Genesee County Metropoitan Planning Comission website.


The public also has the opportunity to comment on the 2020 CAPER at a public hearing to be held during the Genesee County Community and Economic Development Committee (C&ED) on Wednesday, July 14, 2021 at 9:45 a.m. in the Harris Auditorium, 3rd Floor, Genesee County Administration Building.


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