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    Due to an overwhelming demand for Latchkey, the Recreation Department has had to go to a LOTTERY SYSTEM for new and returning students.

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    Show off your civic pride, your love of libraries and your commitment to inclusion all at the same time! For a limited time, the Library is selling t-shirts in standard, women's and youth sizes.  These shirts were designed by Huntington Woods resident Scott Collins for the Drag Queen Storytime support rally. Show off your civic pride and your commitment to a more inclusive world at the same time! 
    Order online from the Library's Facebook page.
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    The rinks are OPEN
    Daily Skating hours: 8 am - dusk
    Bleachers are available for skate changing.
    Hockey is to be played on one rink only.

    The Recreation Department extends our thanks to the volunteers who have donated their time and effort in building and flooding the rinks. Without you, this would not be possible.
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Rubbish and recycling pick-up will be on Tuesday 2/19/19 as scheduled.  There will be no delay for Presidents Day.
DTE Energy has advised the City it will be performing tree trimming as part of its ongoing maintenance program in Huntington Woods this year. The area where the trimmers will be working is shaded in green on the map. At this time they have not provided us with a date that the work will begin. DTE does communicate with residents along the proposed trim route using letters, phone calls, knocking on doors and leaving door hangers if no one is home.

Residents will be informed about trimming or removals on their property before the work begins. Trimmers do not remove trees without permission. More information on their communication plan can be found on the DTE website.

DTE has notified the City that they are undertaking a streetlight reliability project to address the ongoing issue with street light outages between Wyoming and Woodward.  Starting in February, DTE contractor Harlan Electric will begin troubleshooting and cable testing existing underground streetlight wires along the streets marked on the attached map

Upon identification of any cable irregularities, those cable sections will be marked for cable replacement.  The replacement will be completed by using a directional bore method so disruption within the City right of way will be minimized.  Residents in the area will see miss Dig flags installed prior to the underground work beginning.  Any restoration to the ground within the right of way will be addressed in the early summer.  Please contact Amy Sullivan at
 asullivan@hwmi.org or 248.581.2632 if you have questions on the project.


MoGo, Detroit's bike share system, is expanding its service into the northwest Detroit area and the cities of Oak Park, Ferndale, Royal Oak, Berkley and Huntington Woods.

MoGo is hosting two community engagement meetings to get a sense of where people would like to see stations located.

There are two meetings coming up, one in Detroit (Thursday, January 31, 6 - 7:30 p.m. at Detroit Sip) and one in Ferndale (Thursday, February 7, 6 - 7:30 p.m. at the Kulick Community Center). They will be presenting general information about how MoGo works and will provide paper maps for people to indicate where they'd like to see stations.  For those who are not able to attend these events, you can leave feedback on their station siting page

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