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The City of Saginaw is committed to providing high quality services to ensure an inclusive, safe, and vibrant community in which to live, work, learn, and play.
Saginaw, through collaboration and public/private ventures, will be a welcoming community that promotes neighborhood growth; stimulates business development and innovation; and fosters entertainment, and educational opportunities for all.
Our Core Values
We appreciate and value the uniqueness of each individual. We treat everyone with respect and dignity.
We put our citizens first by establishing measurable performance goals, recognizing achievements, and responding to needs.
We form effective partnerships that maximize resources and deliver high quality services across the community.
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Support the 2019 Riverfront Beautification Day
We invite you to support the 2019 Riverfront Beautification Event scheduled for Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18, 2019 starting at 8:30 am at Wickes Park! The 17th Annual Riverfront Beautification Event will focus on landscaping, cleaning up debris and litter, planting trees and flowers, and several other projects along the Riverfront. Refreshments and tools are provided for all volunteers. Even though it’s hard work, this is a fun, rewarding event for all who participate. We hope you can come help us spruce up the Riverfront!
If you are unable to volunteer on May 17 or May 18, you can still support the event.
Click here to watch a video for the Riverfront Beautification Day.
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City of Saginaw's Community Development Block Grant Division is seeking: LICENSED General Contactors, Electricians, Pulumbers, Tradesman, and Roofers.
MMWA Household Special Waste Season kicks off May 11
Saginaw, MI ----- Over the last three years, Mid Michigan Waste Authority’s Household Special Waste Program has become so popular, it has helped keep nearly 323 tons of hazardous and problem wastes out of the landfill. In order to continue meeting the needs of its member communities, in 2019 the program for the safe disposal of hazardous waste, paint, and electronics, is moving to an appointment-based format.
2019 Cape Seal Project
On Wednesday, April 24, 2019 from 4:30-6:00 p.m., the City of Saginaw will hold a public Open House in City Hall Council Chambers at 1315 S. Washington Ave. All residents, property owners, and business owners interested in the 2019 Cape Seal Project are invited to attend. The project engineers and City personnel will be available at the Open House to answer questions and discuss the displayed construction and traffic control plans.
Wednesday’s Open House will give the public an opportunity to learn more about the project and communicate any concerns they may have regarding the project.Read more.
NATIONAL FITNESS CAMPAIGN AWARDS CITY OF SAGINAW $30,000 TO MAKE FITNESS FREE FOR EVERYONE
The National Fitness Campaign (NFC) has awarded $30,000 to the City of Saginaw as part of its annual grant program in the 2019 Healthy Cities Campaign.
Saginaw will soon be able to move like never before and provide citizens of all ages a social, fun and free outdoor fitness facility. The modern redesigned Fitness Court is planned to be located near Celebration Square in Saginaw.Read more.
Lumbering in the Saginaw Valley
In the mid 1800's, Saginaw experienced a lumber boom thanks to the natural resources of the Great Lakes State. The products created from the forests of northern Michigan were needed to support the growing nation. After the trees were cut, many of the logs were floated down the waterways which converged to form the Saginaw River. By the mid 1870's, Saginaw was known as the Lumber Capital of the World. In 1882, Saginaw's lumber production was at it's peak with 1,001,274,905 board feet of lumber cut in mills along the Saginaw River. The river was the essential ingredient to get the trees from the forests to the mills, and to ship the finished product from the mills to the suppliers. Click here to watch the video.
2019 U DRIVE. U TEXT. U PAY. CAMPAIGN
Over the past decade, distracted driving has become one of the leading causes of vehicle crashes on our nation’s roads. We, at the Saginaw Police Department, are encouraging drivers to put down the phone and remember: U Drive. U Text. U Pay. In support of April’s National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Saginaw Police will be partnering with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) from April 11 to April 15, 2019, for the national U Drive. U Text. U Pay. high-visibility enforcement effort. The goal of the campaign is to step up enforcement efforts to catch distracted drivers and enforce distracted-driving laws.
YARD WASTE SEASON BEGINS APRIL 1 FOR SAGINAW RESIDENTS
The first week of April marks the start of the City of Saginaw’s seasonal curbside yard waste collection for 2019. For Saginaw residents, the first yard waste collection day is based on their regular service day.
SAGINAW FIRE DEPARTMENT
The Saginaw Fire Department has been selected to participate in a new national program called Sound Off with the Home Fire Safety Patrol through a federal grant from the Center for National Prevention Initiatives at the Michigan Public Health Institute (MPHI). In 2019, 40 communities in 11 states across the U.S. are launching the Sound Off program through partnerships between local fire departments and elementary schools. The Saginaw Fire Department is the first and only fire department in state of Michigan delivering this program.
BUSINESS EDUCATION -- MICHIGAN SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Financial Management: Become a pro at financial management to plan for sucess.
SAGINAW FIRE DEPARTMENT REMINDS RESIDENTS -- CHANGE YOUR:
Saginaw residents are reminded that daylight savings time begins this weekend. In addition to changing the time on your clocks, the Saginaw Fire Department would like to encourage residents to also change the batteries in their smoke alarms. This simple habit could save a life.
We built a strong and vibrant business community. And you should be a part of it.
Here you’ll find documents and links that will help simplify the process of starting a new business or opening a new location for an existing one in the City of Saginaw. You’ll also find resources to help you with business development, financing and hiring.
Visit our New Business Section and learn more today
City Fees Rate Schedule InformationClick Here
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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:- VERMONT STREET ROAD CLOSURE BETWEEN S. HARRISON AND S. FAYETTE
- COOPER AVENUE ROAD CLOSURE BETWEEN BRENNER AND COURT