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One of America's Best Places to Live, Work and Play


Coronavirus Disease

City facilities will have reopened to the public offering walk-ins at City Hall and Public Works.

City Council Meetings Online

City Council meetings will now be held online and can be viewed through Facebook Live. Please follow the link for more information and how to join the meeting.

Fall Leaf Collection

The Loose Leaf Collection program will begin on October 22, 2020. This program offers residents the ease of raking leaves into piles onto their extension without bagging.

We're Hiring!

Looking for a job? If you enjoy working for a fast paced, exciting, rewarding environment, come join us!

2020 Census

Once every decade, the U.S. Census works to count every person living in the United States. Every Michigander needs to be counted because census numbers affect everyone in Michigan.

Cemetery Search

Did you know our Cemetery records are now available online? You can search through our archive of information relating to Oakwood Cemetery and the locations of the deceased and grave sites.

Visit Saline

See our calendar of events and check out our favorite attractions. If you're looking for unique dining and shopping or cultural and recreational activities, Saline offers something for everyone to enjoy.

Non-City Services

City Response COVID 

City Hall has reopened to the public, please review the information below and the link to the official City of Saline Reopening Plan. 

City Services:

·         Saline City Hall team members (Treasurer’s Office, Clerk’s Office, Assessor’s Office, Community Development Dept. and City Manager’s Office) have transitioned from working remotely to working back in City Hall; City Hall is now open to the public, but the public must wear a mask upon entry into the building.  The general call-in # for the City of Saline is 734-429-4907.  Residents continue to be encouraged to use the City drop boxes located in the City Hall parking lot and municipal parking lot #2 located downtown.  Note:  All City team members will continue to be required to complete a health-screening survey and have their temperature taken prior to beginning their work day.

·         The Saline Police Department now allows walk-ins; with the same public mask requirement enforced.

·         The Saline Department of Public Works (DPW) and Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP)/ Water Treatment Plant (WTP) returned to full crews, instead of modified crews.  Both departments are now allowing walk-ins, with the same mask mandate as previously mentioned.  

·         The Saline Rec Center is open with several new rules and protocols. Please click the link to read more informaiton, Additionally, the Saline Parks & Recreation Department has recently modified some of the current rules that have been put in place as a result of the pandemic.  Please click the link to the modified park rules - 

·         Some board and commission meetings are being conducted virtually.  Please check the City of Saline website homepage and calendar to see meeting links and the most up-to-date information.

·         City Council meetings will take place as hybrid meetings until further notice.  Please check the City of Saline website homepage and calendar to see meeting links and to confirm dates & times of City Council meetings or call City Hall at 734-429-4907.  The recycling area located in the City Hall lobby (foyer) remains closed during this time.  Additionally, the Big Red Barrel prescription drug drop off will also be suspended until further notice.

·         The Saline History and Depot Museum currently remains closed.

·         Rentschler Farm currently remains closed. 

·         Waste Management has returned to normal operations providing all solid waste collection services, including:  trash, recycling, large item/bulk pick up and yard waste.

Here is how you can reach us:

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One of America's Best Places to Live, Work, and Play

Ask anyone who lives, works, or owns a business in Saline and they're almost sure to tell you some variation of this thought: "We're a friendly, family-oriented town."

In Saline you'll find upscale shops, restaurants, and services – in and around our quaint, intimate downtown and surrounding our clean, safe neighborhoods – while enjoying natural beauty and room to roam on the city's rural edges.