For more than 50 years, Warren leaders have been pursuing a new downtown dream. As the third-largest city in the state, we are also the largest not to have a downtown area. Finally, this Tuesday, there should be a vote on the new Towne Center. We have been working on the current proposed Towne Center for nearly Read more about Mayor Fouts: Time to make Warren’s new, futuristic downtown a reality[…]
The City of Warren will begin accepting applications for its Residential Mortgage and Rental Assistance Program on Tuesday, August 24th. Up to $6,000 of assistance is available for income eligible* residents who have been impacted by COVID-19. All assistance must be paid directly to landlords or mortgage companies on behalf of the eligible resident. Applications and additional Read more about WARREN COVID-19 RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE AND RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM[…]
During his State of the City reception on June 24th, Warren Mayor James Fouts promised residents that the City would be getting tough on several bad Warren landlords and that would include jail time. Mayor Fouts is pleased to announce that after a 24-hour stakeout at a rental home, the City of Warren authorities apprehended a bad landlord who had at least 69 Read more about MAYOR FOUTS KEEPS PROMISES, SLUMLORD ARRESTED AND IN JAIL[…]
Council Vote to Potentially Cost Tens of Millions of Dollars and Several Thousands of Dollars of Assessments on Warren Homeowners Warren Mayor James Fouts issued a veto of the Warren City Council’s rejection of the settlement between the city and plaintiffs in a case regarding the issuance of marijuana dispensary licenses in Warren. The proposed settlement Read more about WARREN MAYOR JIM FOUTS VETOES CITY COUNCIL VOTE ON MARIJUANA[…]
The City of Warren co-hosts Operation Safe Haven for the homeless on Thursday, October 15, 2020 from 9am – 2pm. The event will offer free resources, clothing, haircuts and meals.
The City of Warren will be closing 9 mile east between Hoover and Van Dyke starting on Monday, October 26, 2020. This will be the final step in the 9 mile sewer relief project. This is part of the sewer relief and detention basin project that should be done late next summer and, is part Read more about Default title[…]
The second application of a mosquito control repellant has been applied to 17,500 city catch basins. (First in the Spring, Second in late Summer/early Fall) Warren Mayor Jim Fouts directed DPW employees to apply the briquette repellant to all city catch basins. “We are more aggressive at treating than any other City in the area.” Said Mayor Fouts. Homeowners who want a mosquito briquette Read more about CITY OF WARREN TO TREAT 17,500 CITY CATCH BASINS FOR THE SECOND MOSQUITO CONTROL APPLICATION[…]
Important Notice: The Warren Water Division will be conducting hydrant flow tests on Tuesday, Sept. 15th and Wednesday, Sept. 16th from 8 am to 4 pm. Testing will begin Tuesday in the NE quadrant of the City from 11 Mile to 14 Mile and from Van Dyke to Hayes. Wednesday crews will be testing in Read more about WATER DIVISION HYDRANT FLOW TESTS BEING CONDUCTED THIS WEEK AND NEXT WEEK[…]
Warren Mayor Fouts and Crown Enterprises recently presented a check in the amount of $15,000 to Lincoln Elementary School for a new playground structure to be built at Lincoln Elementary School located in Warren at: 22100 Federal Ave, Warren, MI 48089.
The city of Warren has teamed up with WSU, WSUPG, and the Macomb County Health Department again to have FREE COVID-19 drive-thru/walk-up testing at Owen Jax Community Center (8207 E. 9 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48089) this Tuesday, August 11, 2020 FROM 11 AM TO 3 PM. Your test results will reveal whether you currently Read more about WARREN COVID-19 DRIVE-THRU/WALK-UP TESTING TUESDAY AUGUST 11, 2020 11AM-3PM PLEASE RSVP[…]