Accessing City Services During COVID-19

How the City of Berkley is Responding
We activated our Emergency Operations Center which is in accordance with the Oakland County Health Department in order to coordinate response and prepare for a potential outbreak. Our Emergency Operations staff have been and continue to work closely with Oakland County Health Department and Oakland County Homeland Security, the state, and federal officials to protect our community as we respond to this developing situation.

This is a new disease, and scientists are learning more about it daily. Recommendations may change rapidly. Stay up to date with City messages by signing up for our community news email list

COVID Leadership Framework
City of Berkley COVID-19 Recovery and Reopening Plan

It is important to note that this is a fluid reopen process. Information changes constantly and we are trying to adapt as best we can. Our first priority is our staff and the public's safety. 

Transitions to each phase will be determined by State & County guidelines, along with staff capabilities. 

To view the COVID-19 Recovery and Reopening Plan document  CLICK HERE BUTTON

Wondering How to Get in Touch With Certain Departments?

Services WILL STILL BE operational as staff will continue to be working as they have done since the beginning of the shutdown. This decision was made to ensure that our staff can continue to work safely and can continue to provide our community with exceptional service. We appreciate your patience with us as we continue to navigate through this. We will be reassessing the closure of City Hall at the beginning of February. 

Accessing many of our City Hall services CAN BE DONE via phone, email, through a dropbox submission, or US mail.

This includes the following municipal services:

The Parks & Recreation team is working on how we will be adapting to the Public Health orders given by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

At this time we are closed per the public health orders and will reassess after this month.

Starting Tuesday, Jan. 19, senior transportation services will be available 4 days a week (Tuesday - Friday). Transportation will be limited and utilized for grocery shopping or doctor appointments ONLY.

Masks are required to ride on the SMART bus. 

To reserve transportation please call the office at 248-658-3470.

CLICK HERE BUTTON to learn more about our transportation service. 

We thank you for your patience as we navigate through this.

Please refer to the contact information listed below to get in touch with a specific department:

 Location Address  Phone  Department Email
City Manager's Office 3338 Coolidge Hwy.  248-658-3350
(Media Relations)
3338 Coolidge Hwy. 248-658-3333
Downtown Development Authority (DDA) 3338 Coolidge Hwy. 248-658-3353
City Clerk's Office 3338 Coolidge Hwy.  248-658-3310
Community Development (Building/Planning) 3338 Coolidge Hwy.  248-658-3320
Finance/Treasury 3338 Coolidge Hwy.  248-658-3310
Library 3155 Coolidge Hwy. 248-658-3440
Parks & Recreation  2400 Robina 248-658-3470
Public Works 3238 Bacon 248-658-3490
Public Safety  2395 12 Mile Rd.  248-658-3380 Emergency Number: 9-1-1

See what phase each City Department is at during our COVID-19 reopen:

City Clerk's Office

Community Development

Finance / Treasury


Parks & Recreation

Public Works

Public Safety


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