Mike Pitera - Technology Director
611 E. Grand River Howell, MI 48843
M-F 8:00a - 5:00p
The Information Technology Department provides and manages all computer and network resources, electronic information, and communications of the City of Howell Government to its employees and citizens.
The Information Technology Department currently supports over 120 computers and servers, the City’s Web Presence, the City’s Cable Access Channel, the City Hall Security System, and Telephony services.
The Information Technology Department is paid through the General Fund and the Cable TV franchise fees.
The goals and objectives of the Technology Department are approved by the City Manager.
How to file a video/cable television complaint with the State
The Michigan Public Services Commission Formal Video/Cable Complain Form
The City of Howell's Community Access Channel.
How can I put an announcement on the Community Access Channel?
The Community Access Channel airs on Comcast Cable's channel 15. It features announcements by non-profit corporations, organizations, agencies, clubs and services only, showing upcoming events and programs.
Postings are FREE to non-profit groups.
To have your bulletin posted, download the Howell Community Cable Television Bulletin Board Request form, fill it out, and send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also bring the form to City Hall at 611 E. Grand River Ave., or fax to 517-546-6014. We must receive the announcement at least two weeks in advance of your event.
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