Announcement Come out Monday May 28th  to the Library to honor our Veterans, and take part in our great Memorial Day Ceremony, then Come and visit our Summerfest ,Friday June 15, 2018, Saturday, June 16, 2018 & Sunday, June 17, 2018 Young Patriots Park - Sibley Road
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Public Notices

       

                                MAY 25 IS THE 1ST OZONE DAY OF 2018

Here are some simple things that Southeast Michigan residents can do to help keep the air clean on the region's first Ozone Action day of the season:

  • Delay mowing your lawn until evening or the next day. Exhaust from your lawn mower and other gas-powered lawn and garden equipment help form ozone.
  • Leave your car at home. Instead, take the bus, carpool, bike, walk, or telecommute. You'll reduce traffic congestion and air pollution, as well as save money. Learn more about Southeast Michigan Commuter Connect.
  • Avoid refueling your vehicle during daylight hours. Fumes released at the gas pump contribute to ozone formation.
  • Reduce electricity use. Adjust your thermostat a few degrees higher and turn off lights, computers, and other electrical devices when not in use.

Many of the ozone actions listed above are good ideas to practice every day of the week. Click here for other routine actions that can also help reduce pollution and save money by reducing fuel consumption.

Ozone Action days are announced in area media and other outlets, including electronic freeway message signs. Additional information on Ozone Action days is available on SEMCOG’s website.

 



 MEDICAL MARIJUANA PRIMARY CAREGIVERS BUSINESS LICENSE

Riverview residents who are Medical Marijuana Primary Caregivers  licensed by the State of Michigan by ordinance 
are required to obtain a City of Riverview Business License.  Please contact the Riverview City Clerk's office to obtain your business license application for your home occupation business.  


Residents may contact the clerk's office (734) 281-4241 to find out if residences in your neighborhood, as well as solicitors and peddlers have obtained the proper  license to conduct business in Riverview.


STATE GENERAL/SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER ELECTION NOVEMBER 6, 2018


Nominating Petitions for 3 RIVERVIEW SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS:   FOUR (4) YEAR TERMS - JANUARY 1, 2019 TO DECEMBER 31, 2022 - Candidate Filing Instructions are available at the Riverview City Clerk's Office Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM.  Filing Deadline is Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at 4:00 PM.  An Affidavit of Identity is required as well as a filing fee of $100 OR Petitions with no less than 40 signatures and no more than 100 signatures.


SEMCOG CITIZEN SURVEY 

 

April 13, 2018
For immediate release
SEMCOG and MAC "Pulse of the Region" survey asks for citizen perspectives on being prepared for the changing world of work in Southeast Michigan

SEMCOG, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, and its partner organization, the Metropolitan Affairs Coalition (MAC), have launched a survey to gather residents’ perceptions on being prepared for the changing world of work. What will be the in-demand skills of the future? How can we make sure that our residents have the skills to remain employable throughout their careers as technology and the economy continue to evolve?

Citizens are asked to take this quick survey. Responses will help guide our planning efforts and the work of the new Future Skills Task Force.

“Technology is transforming the economy and, as a result, many American jobs are becoming obsolete,” said Kathleen Lomako, SEMCOG Executive Director and MAC President. “To respond to the rapid pace of change, it is necessary to institute a system of lifelong learning so that our workforce has the required skills to give Southeast Michigan a competitive advantage. This survey will help us identify some of the changing needs in the workforce.”

This survey is powered by Cobalt Community Research, a Michigan-based 501c3 nonprofit research coalition with a mission to provide research and educational tools that help schools, local governments, and other nonprofit member organizations thrive as changes emerge in the economic, demographic, and social landscape.

 



NON-RESIDENT BOAT RAMP PERMITS ARE SOLD OUT
 


 PLANNING COMMISSION

ONE VACANCY ON THE CITY PLANNING COMMISSION NEEDS TO BE FILLED.  THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETS THE 1ST AND 3RD THURSDAY EACH MONTH AT 7:30 PM.  APPLICATIONS ARE ONLINE OR IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE 


 CONSUMER ALERT TRAVEL TIPS FROM ATTORNEY GENERAL BILL SHUETTE

CONSUMER ALERT GIFT CARD SCAMS


LANDFILL RECYCLING HOURS EXTENDED EVERY WEDNESDAY


Beginning Wednesday, May 24, 2017, the Riverview Land Preserve's Recycling Area will be open to residents every Wednesday (ONLY)  until 8:00 PM to accomodate those who need after regular hours the opportunity to recycle. 
WAYNE COUNTY HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION DATES AND SITES FLYER


   CITY OF RIVERVIEW

NOTICE OF DELINQUENT BILLS
ALL DELINQUENT WATER BILLS
ALL DELINQUENT WEED CUTTING BILLS
ALL DELINQUENT ENVIRONMENTAL SURCHARGE BILLS

Must be paid in full on or before APRIL 16, 2018, or be placed on the 2018 City Tax Roll as a Lien against the property along with a 20% Administration Fee.   Payments are accepted at City Hall, 14100 Civic Park Drive, during normal business hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  You may also use the payment drop box located in the Police Department Lobby; available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Pay tax or water bills online with credit card (includes 3% convenience fee with $2 minimum).

                                                       Robert McMahon, Finance/Purchasing Director


CITY OF RIVERVIEW
NOXIOUS GRASS AND WEEDS NOTICE

To any owner of lands situated within the City of Riverview, County of Wayne, and the State of Michigan:  Notice is hereby given that all noxious weeds, as defined by City Ordinance Section 74-131, growing and all dead grass and weeds over 8” for developed properties and 10” for vacant properties on any land within the City of Riverview, must be cut down, destroyed and removed, when and as frequently as growth exceeds maximum height, during the period of April 1 through November 15 of any calendar year, to prevent such weeds from reaching a situation detrimental to the public health and welfare.

Failure to comply with this notice, shall make any party so failing liable for the costs of cutting, destroying and removing said noxious weeds and dead grass and brush by said City; said cost to be levied and collected against said lands in the same manner as prescribed by the City Charter and City Code (Code 2003, SS 74-136, 74-137).

                                                                                                      Cynthia M. Hutchison, City Clerk


 RESIDENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO FILL VACANCIES ON BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

Information on vacancies on various boards and commissions 
    Application


ELECTION WORKERS

NEEDED!!!
    

(16-17 Yrs of age)  and  for 18 OR OLDER  MUST BE A REGISTERED VOTER 
 
 PRECINCT WORKERS are paid by the hour:  Precinct Inspector:  $9.25 per hour (beginning 1/1/18)

May work 6:15 AM to 2:15 PM Shift or 2:15 PM to Close of Polls (approximately 9 PM) or All Day Shift from 6:15 AM to Close of Polls (approximately 9 PM)

 Paid hrly rate for 2-3 hr training

 Typing  and Computer Knowledge a plus but not required.

PLEASE APPLY AT LEAST TWO MONTHS BEFORE THE ELECTION AS WORKERS ARE TO BE APPROVED BY THE RIVERVIEW ELECTION COMMISSION AT LEAST 30 DAYS BEFORE EACH ELECTION


                                                                          CITY OF RIVERVIEW
                                                            SCHEDULE OF CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
                                                                         AND STUDY SESSIONS

Notification of City Council Meetings of the Riverview City Council from January through December, 2018 pursuant to Act 267 “Open Meetings Act”, P.A. 1976.

All regular meetings of the City Council will be held on the first and third Mondays commencing at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Riverview Municipal Building, 14100 Civic Park Drive, Riverview, Michigan 48193, with a Study Session commencing at 7:00 p.m.  Such regular meetings shall be open to the public and persons present shall be afforded an opportunity to address the City Council in accordance with regulations and subject to time limitations as prescribed.

 January 3 and 16 (Tuesday)         February 5 and 20 (Tuesday)
 March 5 and 19  April 2 and 16
 May 7 and 21   June 4 and 18
 July 2  and 16    August 6 and 20
 September 4 (Tuesday) and 17  October 1 and 15
 November 5 and 19      December 3 and 17 


I
n addition to the foregoing, the City Council shall meet in Study Session for the purpose of reviewing written reports and oversee technical or procedural matters affecting the conduct of City affairs.  Such meetings are held on the second Monday (and fourth Mondays, if requested by Mayor or City Manager), in the Council Conference Room in the MunicipalBuilding commencing at 7:00 p.m. and open to the public.  Persons present will be invited to speak after the departmental reports have been reviewed, unless such person advises the Presiding Official at the commencement of the meeting of their desire to speak on a matter then being reported to the Council.  Other matters not germane to the committee work of the Council may not be addressed except by suspension of the rule by majority vote of the Committee.

                                                 Cynthia M. Hutchison, City Clerk 


2018 CITY BOARD, COMMISSION AND COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE

Ad Hoc Audit Committee - City Council Conference Room

2nd  Monday December

Annually

6:00 PM

Ad Hoc Civic Engr Committee – City Mgrs Conference Room

TBD

6 mos prior to
City Engr contrct expiration date

 

Ad Hoc Environmental Engr Committee – City Mgrs Conference Room

TBD

6 mos prior to
Env Engr
contract expiration date

6:00 PM

Ad Hoc Land Preserve Committee  - City Mgrs Conference Room

2nd Monday

Monthly

6:00 PM

Ad Hoc Public Safety Committee – City Mgrs Conference Room

As Needed

TBD

TBD

Beautification Commission
*City Services Conference Room

2nd Tuesday

Monthly

6:00 PM

Board of Review
*Council Chambers

February 20 - Organization
March 12 - Valuation Appeals
March 26 - Valuation Appeals
July  - Corrections 7/10
December - Corrections 12/11

 

6  PM
1-9 PM
12-6 PM
6 PM
6 PM

Board of Zoning Appeals
*Council Chambers

2nd Thursday

Monthly

7:30 PM

Brownfield Redevelopment Authority
*Building & Engineering Conf. Room

2nd Wednesday
January, April, July, December

Quarterly

7:00 PM

Building Authority
*City Services Conference Room

May & October

 

7:00 PM

City Planning Commission
*Council Chambers

1st & 3rd Thursdays

Bi-monthly

7:30 PM

Economic Development Corporation *City Services Conference Room

4th Monday February, April,
June, August, October,
Annual December date TBD

Even months and one Annual

6:00 PM

Election Commission
*Council Conference Room

1st Monday of Month prior to
election

Prior to each Election

6:45 PM

Election Coordinating Committee  *Council Conference Room

Currently inactive

Bi-Annual    
Odd Years Only

10:00 AM

Land Preserve Committee Meeting          
*City Manager's Conference Room

2nd Monday

Monthly

5:30 PM

Library Commission
*Library Conference Room

3rd Thursday

Monthly
(Except July/
Aug)

7:00 PM

Local Officers Compensation
   Commission 
City Services Conf. Rm.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Bi-Annual
Odd Years Only

3:00 PM

Recreation Commission                      *City Services Conference Room

1st Wednesday

Monthly

7:00 PM

Retirement Board of Trustees      *Council Conference Room

4th Thursday, except November. December = 2nd Thursday

Monthly

4:00 PM

Riverview  Historical Commission

(Currently inactive)

 

 

Senior Recreation Commission

(Currently inactive)

 

 

Taylor Act 179 Authority

1st Wednesday in March

Annually

7:30 PM

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