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Department of Public Works
 
 Section 5.11 The Public Works Director shall be the administrative head of the Department of Public Works and shall be accountable and responsible to the City Manager for the performance of his/her duties. The Director shall perform all duties as prescribed by law, the charter, the City Manager and/or ordinances or resolutions of the Council.
 
 Tony Nowiski
Department of Public Works Director
 226 South McKinley Road


 Jeff Clark
Assistant Department of Public Works Director
 226 South McKinley Road

Normal operating hours begin at 7:30 a.m. and end at 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Water and Sewer after hour utility emergency number is: 810-762-5710
Electric and Natural Gas emergency number is: 810-477-5050

Report a Streetlight Outage
 

Annual Certification of Employee related Conditions (2016) - Public Act 51 Section 18j, MCL 247.668j

Annual Certification of Employee related Conditions (2015) - Public Act 51 Section 18j, MCL 247.668j
Water and Sewer Rates

The City of Flushing approved increased water and sewer rates for all residential and commercial customers. The rates will take effect July 1, 2017. Customers will experience these increases on their water and sewer bills issued in October 2017.

Residents are able to make monthly payments to their water/sewer account through City Hall.

The new rates are as follows:

Water Readiness to Serve charge: $75.00 per quarter for all customers

Water usage charges: $6.05 per 1000 gallons for all customers

Sewer Readiness to Serve charge: $35.00 per quarter for residential customers

Sewer usage charges: $5.05 per 1000 gallons for all customers

Flat Sewer charge: $164.03 per quarter


Additional information:

City of Flushing 2017 water/sewer rate presentation
How to read your water / sewer bill from the City of Flushing
Michigan 2-1-1 Utility Assistance (search results)

 

Resolution 2017-5-8 D - A Resolution to Adopt Water Rates

Resolution 2017-5-8 C - A Resolution to Adopt Sewer Rates


These rates have been approved by the Flushing City Council with an effective date of July 1, 2017.

These rates are subject to change by action of City Council.

2014 Water Quality Report for the City of Flushing
2015 Water Quality Report for the City of Flushing

Streets

The City of Flushing is responsible for 39.71 miles of streets within its boundaries. 12.76 miles of these streets are classified as major and 26.95 miles are classified as local per Public Act 51 of 1951, as amended.

2015 PASER Survey: City of Flushing

2015 PASER Map: City of Flushing

2016 PASER Survey: City of Flushing


The 2017/2018 Fiscal Year Budget includes funds* for the following street projects:

Main Street (Warren to Frances)
 Golfside Drive*
Joyce Drive*
 Arthur Street*
Cedarwood Drive* (off of Elms Road)
 Beaumont Court*

The 2016/2017 Fiscal Year Budget includes funds* for the following street projects:

 Morrish Road (River Road to City Limits)
 Clearview Street (Sunnyside to Chestnut)*
 Cederwood Drive (Robinwood to Oakwood)*


The 2015/2016 Fiscal Year Budget includes funds* for the following street projects:

Laurie Drive (River Road to Mark Drive)
Pleasantview Drive (Sunnyside Drive to Chestnut Street)
Beechwood Court (Robinwood Drive to dead end)

 
* These street projects are contingent on the City of Flushing submitting and receiving funding through MDEQ Scrap Tire Grant Program.

Parks
For additional information:

Parks and Recreation Committee
Parks
Trail

Storm Water

The City of Flushing participates in the Genesee County Community Water Quality Consortium.

The Genesee County Community Water Quality Consortium is a collection of municipalities, school districts, county organizations, and non-profits charged with overseeing the “Our Water” public education activities. These committed people work to bring awareness, to educate, and to promote stewardship on ways to prevent stormwater pollution and keep our water clean. 

More information can be found on their website at: http://www.cleargeneseewater.org


Downloadable Public Education Pieces

How to spot illicit discharges
Seven simple steps to clean water