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RECENT CITY NEWS

Birmingham Night at the new Utica Ball Park
Let's go cheer on Michigan's newest minor league team from Birmingham at the new Utica Ball Park! The Birmingham Bloomfield Beavers take on the Eastside Diamond Hoppers on Thursday, June 23, 2016 at 7:25 p.m. There is a special promo for Birmingham night for $14.50 which includes a grandstand ticket, hot dog and soft drink, with FREE PARKING! Just visit https://uspbl.com/events/list/ and use PROMO Code: BIRMINGHAM2016 to get the discount. The new ballpark is located at 7171 Auburn Road, Utica, Michigan, just west of Van Dyke in downtown Utica and north of Hall Road. It's Birmingham night, so let's support our local team! For more information, call 248-601-2400Baseball flyer Birmingham Night 6.23.2016 - Copy
May News from Birmingham
View the May edition of the Around Town e-Newsletter for information about upcoming special events, new recycling containers, the Birmingham Memorial Day Service, construction projects and more! To sign up to receive the monthly Around Town e-Newsletter, visit www.bit.ly/bhamnews.
Fire Hydrant Flow Testing Starts May 2
Each year we receive numerous calls from residents regarding our annual fire hydrant flow testing. Attached please find a notice from the Birmingham Fire Department fire hydrant - Copyregarding this year's schedule for hydrant flow testing and what residents can do if they have discolored water. The City wants to emphasize this process does not pose a health problem or impact the quality of the water.  Flow testing is one of the ways the City uses to ensure hydrants are operable and give the proper water flow when needed. For more information go to bhamgov.org/hydrants.
Policy Changes Coming for Accessible Parking
The City of Birmingham is introducing a new, exciting policy regarding accessible parking in the City. Following federal ADA requirements, the city will be offering roughly 60 accessible parking spaces throughout the Central Business District. To answer some questions, the City has developed a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) sheet about the new policy.handicap symbol - Copy