Back to School in Rochester Hills

Rochester Hills Mayor’s Video Log Entry Hi, I’m Bryan Barnett, Mayor of the City of Rochester Hills, and as always thanks for watching. Well we’ve had a lot of fun, summer broadcasts this year, but as the seasons turn, today we bring you a very important message.   As you can see from the activity behind me school is back in session, and here in the City of Rochester Hills, that means lots of things. It means that you’ll see these big, yellow buses around town, you’ll see moms and … [Read more...]

Rochester Falcons vs. Rochester Adams Highlanders

Rochester Hills Mayor’s Video Log Entry Hi, I’m Bryan Barnett, Mayor of the City of Rochester Hills, and thanks so much for watching. You know, as summer winds to an end, one of the best times in this community is right around the corner. It’s fall, it’s cider, it’s donuts, and it’s football. Tonight we are gonna watch one of the greatest cross town rivalries in our community’s proud and storied history, as Rochester Adams takes on the Rochester Falcons right here on the Rochester Falcon … [Read more...]

Innovation Hills Groundbreaking Ceremony

The City of Rochester Hills Invites you to the Innovation Hills Groundbreaking Ceremony Rescheduled from Wednesday to Thursday The City of Rochester Hills invites residents to join them for an Innovation Hills Groundbreaking Ceremony. The event will take place on Thursday, August 30, at 3:00 p.m. at 2800 W. Hamlin Road. Please RSVP at mailto:mayorsoffice@rochesterhills.org … [Read more...]

Night Hike and Campfire at Bloomer Park

Outdoor Engagement in Rochester Hills Crackling campfire, roasted marshmallows, a night hike to look for nocturnal wildlife, and a few games along the way. Night Hike and Campfire Skill Level: Beginner Age: All ages Cost: $5/Adult, $3/Child (park pass required) When: Thursday, August 23 Time: 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Location: Meet in the back of the Bloomer Park parking lot For more information, or to register for any of these Outdoor Engagement Opportunities, please visit the website … [Read more...]

Residents Invited to Talk Trees with City Experts

Twigs, Leaves, and Buds The City of Rochester Hills will be hosting an informal Q&A session at the Rochester Tap Room, 6870 N. Rochester Road, on August 28 between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. With over 60 combined years of experience, each arborist has extensive knowledge in all aspects of forestry. This casual event is part of the city's ongoing efforts to promote, manage, and celebrate the benefits trees provide to our community. Attendees can drop in anytime during the event to ask … [Read more...]

Rochester Hills Receives Nearly $500,000 for Auburn Road

Aims to Transform Corridor into Vibrant District The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) Transportation Alternatives Program awarded the City of Rochester Hills $481,318 to develop the Auburn Road Streetscape. This funding will be utilized as part of an approximately $10 million project that will make Auburn Road Corridor into a unique destination. Upgrades like wide sidewalks, benches, bike racks, and street lighting will give the stretch between Culbertson and … [Read more...]

Mayor Bryan Barnett Invited to White House Ceremony

Rochester Hills Attends Signing of Executive Order Supporting the American Worker Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan K. Barnett was the only Mayor invited to the signing of an Executive Order establishing the President’s National Council for the American Worker on Thursday, June 19, at The White House. The Executive Order signed by President Trump is designed to provide a forum for the development of a national strategy to address urgent workforce issues. It is specifically intended to raise awareness … [Read more...]

Water Advisory Lifted in Rochester Hills

The Boil Water Advisory for the City of Rochester Hills has been Lifted The Oakland County Health Division has advised the City of Rochester Hills that the results of the most recent water test samples indicate no bacterial contamination of the water system. Residents can return to consuming water as normal after completing precautionary measures. To certify that the water is safe for consumption, the city facilitated water sampling & testing from a representative area under the … [Read more...]

Boil Water Advisory Update and Frequently Asked Questions

Drinking Water Testing Update From the City of Rochester Hills We are pleased to report positive news related to the latest test results of drinking water samples taken from the Boil Water Advisory area of the City, north of Tienken & west of Livernois. Results of bacteriological tests received this afternoon from the Oakland County Health Division Laboratory indicated a satisfactory status for all three collection locations within the affected boil water advisory … [Read more...]

Boil Water Advisory Remains in Place

Boil Water Advisory Remains in Place The Boil Water Advisory for the City of Rochester Hills for the area north of Tienken & west of Livernois will remain in effect until at least Friday afternoon, July 13. Since proactively identifying a drop in water pressure within the affected area on Monday, the City’s Department of Public Services has been working closely with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, with the certified laboratory at the Oakland County Health … [Read more...]