As we did last year, shown is the fiscal year 2021-2022 water bill explained. The rates have been updated. The combined water and sewer treatment rate increase is 2% from last year, based on usage. Originally, City Administration proposed a 4.5% increase, and we were able to work it down to 2%.

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Looking for something cool to do today, without leaving home? Check out the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant... in 3D! Not only can you check out the museum, but you can go on a scavenger hunt for Eastpointe's own Halfway 1921 Model T Chemical Fire Truck. How long will it take you to find it?

Hit the homepage and scroll down just a bit to explore the museum in 3D...

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Wednesday, June 2 at 6pm we will be having a Special Meeting to brainstorm ideas for Nine Mile. Please come out and share your thoughts! Or, share them here!

Click here for the Special Meeting agenda.

The water bill has been an issue I have been addressing for many years now, beginning with the budget process in early 2017. Our City Administration at the time suggested astronomical increases that did not level with reality. I understood that rates needed to be increased, but not by a roughly 35% average. I have been working on fairer water rate increases since then.

Water Bill 2017 Minutes

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