The Clerk's Office Is Now Open to the Public by Appointment Only

Starting TODAY, residents can schedule an appointment with the Clerk's Office for the following services:

  1. Register to vote 
    • NOTE: Residents will need to show proof of residency after July 20 
  2. Vote absentee ballot
  3. Drop off absentee ballots in-person
    • NOTE: Residents can still drop off their ballots via the secure Dropbox located at City Hall
  4. Spoil ballots 

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How to Make an Appointment

Residents can make an appointment by calling the Clerk's Office at 248-658-3310 or by emailing Appointments are on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

Staff will accommodate residents by meeting you via curbside or letting you in the building. You will need to indicate this with the Clerk's office when you make your appointment. 

What to Expect When Coming to City Hall

The City's COVID-19 safety procedure includes:

  • All staff will be wearing personal protective equipment
  • Installation of sneeze shields
  • Installation of hand sanitizing stations
  • Markers placed on the floor to maintain social distancing 
  • We ask that all patrons wear a mask when entering the building

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. 

To learn more about the City's Recovery and Reopening Plan visit


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