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September 18, 2023


Applications must be
submitted before Election Commission Meeting on October 2, 2023 to work the
November election.
The city is in dire need of people for the 2024 early voting, precinct chairs and
inspectors to work the three 2024 elections. Qualified Registered Voters and Students
from 16-18 years of age may work as an election inspector in a precinct as long as the
criteria of 3 certified precinct inspectors, who are qualified registered voters of at least
two political parties, are appointed to the precinct. Training sessions are mandatory for
certification. If you would like to work in the elections, submit your application to the City
Clerk (Monday-Friday 9-5). Inspectors are paid 2023 Minimum wage as follows: $10.10
PER HR (6:00 AM UNTIL THE POLL IS CLOSED) or (shift work of: 6:00 AM to 2:00 PM
or 2:00 PM to Close of Poll) plus Hrly rate for  3 hr training. Computer knowledge is a
plus, but not necessary.  Chairs (13.10/hr and Co-Chairs 13.10/hr Electronic Poll Book
Worker 11.10/hr)
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September 18, 2023

Hall of Fame Nomination

Riverview Hall of Fame Nomination form and criteria
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September 13, 2023

DTE Stonewood Closure

Due to extenuating underground circumstances DTE will be closing Stonewood Street for a few days beginning Friday September 15, 2023 and hopefully reopening on Tuesday September 19,  2023.  Traffic control will be provided by DTE  and some traffic will be possible at intermittent times of construction over the stated period.
Thank you for your patience! 
September 05, 2023

Construction on Biddle

Jefferson- FB Release
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August 11, 2023

Riverview Land Preserve Notice

The Riverview Land Preserve will be undergoing a wellfield construction project that will be completed by Sept 30th. New infrastructure is being installed for the capture of Methane gases produced by the landfill. In this scenario it is necessary to remove older waste for the installation of new pipe work which may be a nuisance to some residents. We will do our best to limit these issues and apologize if these issues do occur.
Please call RLP at (734) 281 4263 for any additional questions or comments.
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March 30, 2023

Business Grants Now Available!

Through the Downriver Riverfront Communities Economic Recovery Implementation Project, there is technical assistance and matching grant funds available for small businesses that were impacted by the closure of the two local DTE coal-fired power plants or the coronavirus pandemic. This support program is being operated by the University of Michigan’s Economic Growth Institute (EGI) in partnership with the DCC Economic Development Department.

More Info Can be Found HERE
February 17, 2023

New Land Preserve Hours

New Opening Hours Animated Facebook Post
December 08, 2022

Household Waste Burning PSA

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July 12, 2022

Animal Control Information (Click here)

Code enforcement does not handle animal control calls:
Downriver Central Animal Control is contracted with the City of Riverview to handle all animal calls, such as;
*Animal At Large
*Welfare checks
*Lost or Found animals
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March 08, 2022

Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

"Millions of families got connected to the power of home internet through Comcast’s Internet Essentials (“IE”) program.  And now with the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (“ACP”), which launched on December 31st, we can work together to connect even more households to the life-changing tools they need to succeed in a digital world – and at NO cost to them!"
January 05, 2022

Don't flush "flushables"

Great Lakes Water Authority WATER UPDATE about so called flushables costing all of us money, as it chokes up our water treatment systems. Video:

Riverview's YouTube channel