City of Saginaw MI -
The City of Saginaw prides itself on being a culturally diverse City in the Great Lakes Bay Region with a beautiful and picturesque view of the Saginaw River. Saginaw is a great place to make your home, educate your children, work at local businesses, enjoy arts and culture, eat at one of the many local restaurants with delicious and ethnic cuisine, play in neighborhood parks, and attend the year-round special events and activities planned for your enjoyment in the City.
Saginaw offers residents the opportunity to taste, touch, and experience the culture in the food at local restaurants, arts, and entertainment. Residents benefit from exceptional medical facilities, active neighborhoods, thriving business districts, and a solid network of parks and community centers. Saginaw residents are engaged with a committed spirit of volunteerism and very active faith-based community.
The City of Saginaw offers residents a well-established city with many historic buildings of architectural significance. These remarkable, historic buildings are beloved by many and are a catalyst to new construction and the revitalization and regentrification efforts in the City. Saginaw is experiencing a dynamic momentum and synergy with local businesses contributing to a vibrant and growing downtown and City.
The City of Saginaw offers residents many services, programs and resources. The links on this page will provide you with information about Saginaw's history, public transportation, education and the "Saginaw Promise" of a college education, our many neighborhood associations, how you can "Buy Local" at the Downtown Farmer's Market, the many revitalization efforts by the Downtown Development Authority, and much more.
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How to pre apply for a water utility account:
Pre application instructions can be found here:Water Billing
Mid Michigan Waste Authority is pleased to announce that we will not be charging residents who turn in CRT televisions and monitors at our Tech Tuesday drop-off days on September 6 and 13. MMWA’s e-waste days will continue to accept other electronic items like keyboards, printers, mice, hard drives, flat screen monitors, cables, scanners, phones, tablets, and fax machines for free. To keep the event entirely free, there will also be no charge to recycle flat screen televisions.
Tech Tuesdays will be held on September 6 and 13 from 9am to 1pm at MMWA’s Community Resource Recovery Center, 2063 S Miller Rd (between Ederer and Swan Creek Roads) in Saginaw.
2016 Election Info:
POLICE CRIME MAPPING:
The City of Saginaw PD has new crime mapping software available. Click the link below to access an interactive Crime map of the City.
SGTV LIVE STREAM:
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) rules have changed. To see how the City of Saginaw is now handling FOIA requests, please visit our new FOIA page.
ROAD CONSTRUCTION:- WOODBRIDGE ST. BETWEEN DAVENPORT AND WEISS ROAD CLOSURE
- WEBBER ST. BETWEEN ARNETTE AND WOLCOTT ROAD CLOSURE