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Welcome to the City of Saginaw News Section


This new addition to our site is specifically designed to keep you up-to-date on what is happening in your city by connecting you with important press releases and other news regarding community information that you care about. We urge you to subscribe to our email Newsletter by filling out the mini form in the blue box on the right side of this page. You can also connect with us through social media by clicking on the buttons below and subscribing to our Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube pages.

Also available as a popular new way to receive news from the city is our web video series, City in 60. City in 60 is designed to provide you with the up to date news on city happenings in a short and easy to digest 60 second segment. Released bi-weekly, the City in 60 is catching on fast.

In addition to the City in 60 videos, we have another web video series that chronicles the City Manager's Updates from the City Council Meetings held bi-weekly. This series is designed to extract the City Manager's Update section of the council meetings, into short video segments, making it easier for you to get to the most important information in the City quickly.

Announcements and Events
Here you will find a list of fliers and bulletins on different things happening in the city.

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Latest News:

Saginaw City Fire Departement Receives 10,000 Smoke Detectors
Good Friday/Easter Holiday- Trash Service On Time
W. Remington Street Reconstruction Project
Milton Hall Settlement
Student Government Day

Public Information Office:
Contact: Debbie Buck
1315 S. Washington Avenue
Saginaw, MI 48601
Phone: 989 759-1403
Fax: 989 759-1607

Upcoming Road Construction


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The 'Light Up the City' initiative is a community outreach action plan working toward crime prevention through community participation. The initiative provides leadership from law enforcement and unites partners with community organizations; local residents, politicians, healthcare organizations, educators, housing organizations and other stake holders.



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Police News

- Hermansau Street And Weiss Street Traffic Signal Project

- S. Hamilton Street Reconstruction Project Between Court And Lyon