City of Saginaw, Michigan

December 8, 2020 SAGINAW, MI – In our continuing effort to contain the spread
of the Coronavirus, City of Saginaw facilities will remain closed to walk in visitors
through January 4, 2021.

This includes City Hall, 1315 S. Washington Avenue, and Public Works, 1435 S.
Washington Avenue. During this time, access to city buildings will be by appointment

For residents requiring immediate attention, citizens are asked to call (989) 399-1311, they will have the option to select a department and speak directly with a
department representative. Appointments with a department representative will be
scheduled if necessary. Citizens are advised to use online options, pay-by-phone, or
the payment drop box located in the back of City Hall for all payments. Visit for information regarding payment options.

During this time, the city expects to retain functionality and to provide essential
services. City employees will report to work as scheduled and services such as
recycling collection, water treatment, and public safety will continue as normal.

All remaining city-managed meetings for 2020, including the December 21 City Council meeting, will be held in a virtual format. Meetings will continue to be broadcast on SGTV, Channel 191, and streamed live on the City’s YouTube channel at for public viewing.

“We at the City of Saginaw will do all that we can to protect the health and well-being of our employees and residents during this time,” said City Manager Tim Morales. “While we are closed to walk in traffic, we are working closely with each department to ensure essential city services will continue. Many City services are available online and by phone. I encourage our residents to take the necessary steps to remain safe and healthy this holiday season, and be assured that the City of Saginaw is here to serve you.”

For all questions regarding City of Saginaw services, call (989) 399-1311 or visit