Call 988 for mental health emergencies, instead of 911.

This new three-digit phone number works across the United States thanks to Congress's action in 2020, and is the new phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Calling 988 will get you help quicker than calling 911, and prevent police officers from being called to situations they are not trained to handle. The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline employs trained professionals to assist you in your time of need.

To learn more, visit

Get your water meter reader updated if you have not already!

Once you do, you can download the EyeOnWater app, and monitor your usage. It will detect leaks, and keep track of how much water you use each day. It also suggests ways to save water.

Included below are a few screenshots. All you need is your account number from your water bill to get started!

Hello Residents of Eastpointe,

I took no pleasure in offering a motion to censure the Mayor at our City Council meeting yesterday. She called the Public Safety Director asking for a police presence, simply for feeling disrespected. And also, she threatened to remove a board member, and asked the City Manager to remove a board member (neither of which are the appropriate way to handle the situation). These abuses of power cannot be tolerated. All citizens in Eastpointe should have equal access to the police, and the Mayor and City Council should not be abusing their access to the police (the police department reports to the City Manager who reports to City Council). City Council members should be calling 911 or the non-emergency line if police resources are needed (I have done both). They should not be calling the Public Safety Director instead. Board members in the community, who volunteer their time, should not be subject to threats from the Mayor (or other City Council members).

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