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  • A New Customer Service Number for Advanced Disposal

    The City of Howell has just been assigned a new customer service number for Advanced Disposal.  Due to customer service issues, the City and Advanced Disposal have worked together to improve service and reduce call wait time.  The new number will go directly to a select customer service group that has been assigned to support the City of Howell residents.

    The new number to call is:  517-219-1163
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    The Howell Melon Festival is this weekend in downtown Howell! 

    Presented by Howell Area Parks and Recreation.

    August 16th - 18th, 2019.

    You can get all the information you need at 

  • The Howell State Street Reconstuction Project

    Thank you for your patience while visiting our award-winning down-town and local businesses during construction.

    The construction you see is part of a $2.2 million dollar project made possible by 90% in funding support through the State of Michigan Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) match program. That’s right 90% of this cost is not from City Taxes!!!!

    We are proud to have received this grant funding through Howell Main Street Inc. after winning the 2018 Great American Main Street Award (GAMSA), as well as the hard work of our city leaders and city staff!

    For more information... State Street Reconstruction Project.

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    The Howell City Council recently adopted amendments to the Fire Prevention Code incorporating the 2018 International Fire Code and Michigan's Fireworks Code.  The full text of Ordinance 925, 926 & 927 can be viewed by downloading the July 22, 2019 City Council meeting packet.

    Council Packet - July 22, 2019
  • Utility Rate Increase Effective August 1, 2019

    After a comprehensive study of utility rates and the cost of providing water and sewer service, the City of Howell will be raising its rates for water and sewer effective 08/01/2019. The independent study confirmed the need to increase operating revenues and ensure adequate funds for future capital repairs and replacements. This is the first increase in rates in over two years.

    Sewer revenues will increase 6.9% overall, while water revenues from rate changes will increase by 6.5%. The increase for the majority of customers, our residents using 5/8 inch meters, range from $9.40 per bimonthly bill for 10,000 gallons to $25.00 for 50,000 gallons.
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