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Coronavirus Disease

City Hall is open to the public, we still recommend you conduct your business over the phone, website or through email if you are able to do so.

SPD Safe Watch

The City of Saline Police Department is committed to the safety of all residents. For those who may have a condition or disability that would cause them to wander from their safe environment, the SPD has initiated a Safe Watch Program.

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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.

Water Quality Observation

Brown or rust colored water may occur in a home for many reasons. If you are experiencing poor water quality, please fill out this form so we are able to understand scope of the problems.

Non-City Services

Hydrant Flushing Begins October 4.

Hydrant Flushing Map

*Flushing has been delayed a few days, please check the map for the updated schedule

The City of Saline will begin flushing hydrants as part of a routine maintenance program to achieve the highest water quality to residents. 

Starting October 4, 2021, the Department of Public Works (DPW) will flush various hydrants throughout the City.  Hydrant flushing will continue through early Wednesday, October 20, 2021.

Although it may appear that hydrant flushing is ‘wasting water’, hydrant flushing is an important preventative maintenance step to the City’s water distribution system.

When hydrant flushing occurs within your area, you may notice…

·         Various hydrants open with water running down the street

·         Water discoloration 

­    No need to be alarmed, water discoloration is normal during flushing and is not harmful. 

­    Discoloration is caused by mineral deposits that have settled in the water main being stirred up during flushing. 

­    Running cold water for a few minutes will allow clear water to work its way from the water main into your pipes clearing up any discoloration. 

If discoloration still occurs, wait a few more minutes and try running the cold water again.  It is best to run the lowest cold water tap (basement) closest to where your water line enters your house. 

·         Low water pressure 
−    This may occur if various nearby hydrants are flushed at the same time you access your water. 
−    This may occur if built-up sediment from the flushing is trapped in the faucet screen. 

Hydrant flushing will take place overnight to minimize these problems.

For more information regarding hydrant flushing, please contact the Department of Public Works at (734) 429-5624.

 

City Response COVID 

City Hall is open to the public, if you are able to conduct your business over the phone, website or through email, please do. Review the information below and the City COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan. 

City Services:

  • City Hall is open to the public, please if you are able to conduct your business over the phone, website or through email, please do. The general call-in number for the City of Saline is 734-429-4907.  The City’s website address is www.cityofsaline.org.  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 self-screening survey and have their temperature taken prior to beginning their workday.
  • The Saline Police Department will allow the public to schedule appointments beginning Nov. 18. 
  • The Saline Department of Public Works (DPW) and Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)/ Water Treatment Plant (WTP) will continue their current schedule, with modifications tentatively scheduled to ensure winter maintenance can be handled. 
  • The Saline Rec Center will continue to operate in adherence to MDHHS orders. Please check http://www.cityofsaline.org/parks for the most up to date information.
  • Board and commission meetings may be hosted both in-person or virtually through May 31st. Please check the City website homepage and calendar to see meeting links and most up-to-date information.

  • City Council meetings will be hosted both in-person and virtually through May 31st and in-person only, subject to MDHHS guidelines, after June 1st. 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.

  • For trash, recycling and yard waste questions, please call the DPW at 734-429-5624.
  • Please check the contact information on our website for the various City departments.

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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.