City of Saline Facilities Remain Closed to Public Until At Least May 15, Critical Services Not Impacted

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 04/24/2020 - 18:23

As a result of Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order 2020-59, City of Saline facilities will remain closed at least through May 15, 2020.  All non-essential staff will continue working remotely to provide services to Saline residents, at least through Friday, May 15, 2020.  The Saline Police Department, Department of Public Works and the Waste Water Treatment Plant & Drinking Water Plant will continue to be staffed.  These measures will not impact critical services such as drinking water, waste water, police, fire and emergency operations.


City Services:


  • City staff will continue to serve the public and conduct City business during normal business hours via phone, email and on-line.  The general call-in # for the City of Saline is 734-429-4907.  The City’s website address is  Residents are also encouraged to use the City drop boxes located in the City Hall parking lot and municipal parking lot #2.    
  • The Saline Police Department – If you need police assistance, contact us at 734-429-7911 or 911 for emergencies.  Do not come to the Saline Police Department lobby unless directed to do so by a police officer.
  • The Saline Recreation Center remains closed through at least May 15, 2020.
  • All outdoor parks and trails will remain open for general use.  Reminder to follow the Park Do’s and Don’ts click on the link
  • 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 virtual meetings.  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 remains closed at least through May 1, 2020.
  • Rentschler Farm remains closed for the season.
  • For trash, recycling and yard waste questions, please call the DPW at 734-429-5624.
  • Please check the contact information below for the various City departments.






Here is how you can reach us:


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Todd Campbell, City Manager

[email protected]

 (734) 429-4907 ext. 2211

General Administration, Grants, Human Resources, Insurances



Mike Greene

[email protected] 

(734) 429-8296 ext. 2222

Building Services, Code Enforcement, Planning Commission, Zoning                      



Pat Zamenski

[email protected]

(734) 429-4907 ext. 2208

Principal Residence Exemption Affidavits, Property Descriptions, Real & Personal Property Assessments       



Teresa Royal, Clerk

[email protected]

(734) 429-4907 ext. 2209

City Council, City Records, Elections/Voter Registration, Fire Records, Oakwood Cemetery, Passports                      



Mickie Jo Bennett, Treasurer

[email protected]

(734) 429-4907 ext. 2203

Accounts Receivable/Payable, Collections, Finance, Payroll, Tax & Utility Billing, Website and Technology Support        



Jeff Fordice, City Engineer/Director

[email protected]

(734) 429-5624

Cemetery Maintenance, Community Events, Engineering, Sanitary and Storm Sewer Systems, Sidewalks, Solid Waste, Streets and Parks Maintenance, Street Lights, Water Distribution System



Carla Scruggs, Director

[email protected]

(734) 429-3502 ext. 2509

Classes, Parks Commission, Parks and Recreation Programs, Saline Recreation Center, Special Events, Youth Council



Police Chief Jerrod Hart
[email protected]

(734) 429-7911

Emergency Management, Parking Enforcement, Public Safety, Traffic Engineer        



Fire Chief Craig Hoeft

(734) 429-4440

Fire Services, Fire Prevention, Education                                           



Steve Wyzgoski, Water & Wastewater Superintendent

(734) 944-2003

[email protected]

Wastewater Treatment and Water Treatment Plants 



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