The City of Pontiac is committed to get as much information as possible to its residents to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19 disease.
Click on one of the icons below for quick access to Coronavirus COVID-19 Information
|CITY GOVERNMENT INFORMATION UPDATES|
|City Hall is Open to the Public
Face masks are no longer required for entry into city hall, but residents are encouraged to wear one if there are any health concerns
|Council Meeting Are Held in Person
Council Meetings are now held in person in City Hall, 47450 Woodward Ave., Pontiac, MI 48342
Tuesday Nights at 6:00 p.m.
|EXECUTIVE OFFICE UPDATES
Hotline # 248-758-3300
Answers from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Help Desk for Cares Act, Mortgage, Rent,
Utility Assistance Application Help
City Information Networks:
|BUILDING & SAFETY UPDATES
Click here for updated Building & Safety information including contact and inspection information
Click here for updated Treasury information including contact information and tax and permit payment information
|HUMAN RESOURCES UPDATES
Click here for Human Resources updates including contact information and appointment information.
|PLANNING/ZONING AND CODE ENFORCEMENT DEPARTMENT UPDATES
Click here for updated Planning/Zoning and Code Enforcement Department information including contact information.
|Senior Centers Are Now Open to the Public
Click here information regarding the Senior Centers
|50th District Court Closed Except for Essential Services
The 50th District Court remains closed to the general public except for essential functions relating to health and safety, while safeguarding rights guaranteed by the Constitution.
Click here to read the official update
Visitors to the 50th District Court will be turned away if they exhibit any signs of the Coronavirus COVID-19 Disease. Click here for the official notice including a list of criteria
50th District Court issues emergency measures to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease affecting criminal trials, marriages, traffic tickets, courtroom size, probation and other court services. Click here to read the official notice
|House and Senate Pass Covid-19 Relief Bill
Click here to read
|COUNTY GOVERNMENT INFORMATION UPDATES|
Oakland County COVID-19 Webpage
Oakland County has announced a new webpage for tracking cases of COVID-19 in our county and in our state. Included are:
1. Interactive map of Oakland County showing cases by Zip Code
2. Oakland County Dashboard with up-to-date totals of COVID-19 cases and demographics
3. State of Michigan Dashboard with up-to-date totals of COVID-19 cases and demographics
Go to https://www.oakgov.com/covid/Pages/default.aspx to access the page
|Oakland County Water Resource Commissioner Advisories
The WRC is suspending the late-payment water program until further notice due to current circumstances. Additionally, for any residents whose water service has been put on hold, WRC will assist in getting their water turned back on. For assistance, please call 248-858-1110.
Click here for the full announcement
WRC encourages the public not to flush any items that may cause a sewer line backup (personal/baby wipes, sanitary napkins, cigarettes, paper towels
Click here for the official notice along with a complete list of Non-Flushable items
|STATE GOVERNMENT INFORMATION UPDATES|
|Governor Whitmer Executive Orders and Updates
Governor Whitmer issues Executive Order 2020-59. Click here to read the order
Governor Whitmer Signs Executive Order with changes to "Stay Home, Stay Safe" requirements
Michigan Governor is calling on the National Guard to assist health officials disperse supplies for first responders and physicians. Click here to read the Fox 2 story.
Update From Governor Gretchen Whitmer - 3/13/2020
Graphic from Governor Whitmer's 4/20/2022 Daily Update. "Have a hand in the health of Michigan. Stay home. Stay safe. And if you must go out, wear a mask."
|COVID-19 News Update
Click Here for updates Including:
|BUSINESS ASSISTANCE INFORMATION|
|Small Business Assistance
Oakland County Small Business Relief Program: Grants Oakland County Small Business Relief Program: Loans
Michigan Small Business Relief Program: Grants Michigan Small Business Relief Program: Loans
Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)
Small Business Support & Economic Relief Virtual Town Hall
On Friday, April 3, 2020 at 10:00 a.m., a Virtual Town Hall was held to provide information to Small Business regarding grants and loans
Click here to view recording of the Virtual Town Hall
|Public Notices/Event Cancellations|
|Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources|
| Coronavirus COVID-19 Fact Sheet What to do if you are sick? Fact Sheet
Coronavirus Symptoms Fact Sheet Washing Your Hands Fact Sheet
Presidential Emergency Declaration Fact Sheet Children Food Services Fact Sheet
|Click here for an informational flyer on steps you can take to prevent the spread of the disease.
IF YOU DEVELOP SYMPTOMS
If you have symptoms of dry cough, cold or fever first contact your primary care physician. Describe your symptoms to your doctor who can give you further instructions
Click here for a list of local emergency rooms and urgent care facilities
Ways to help prevent the spread of the disease: