Rochester Hills Announces Retail Therapy: Shop, Support and Win
Rochester Hills is encouraging neighbors to show their favorite shops some love. Making sure that small businesses have the tools they need for success is a priority for the city, and to put a fun twist on this initiative, you can now win gift cards.
Former Rochester Hills Mayor Kenneth Snell Passes Away
Former Mayor Kenneth Snell passed away on Monday, September 7 at the age of 65. He served as the City’s third Mayor between 1995 and 1999.
Rochester Hills Offers Free Trees to Homeowners
Beginning on September 10th, Rochester Hills is providing 200 free trees to homeowners to plant on their private property through the Arbor Day Foundation’s Community Canopy program.
Rochester Hills Announces Fantastic Lineup for Fall Fun
As residents look to find new ways to social distance, they have rediscovered the city’s parks and recreational offerings.
Rochester Hills Recognized as Redevelopment Ready Community
Rochester Hills has been awarded the Redevelopment Ready Communities (RRC) certification by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC).
Rochester Hills Celebrates Fire Academy #004 Graduates
Rochester Hills is proud to announce that eight new firefighters have completed 14 weeks of intensive training to become the newest members of the Rochester Hills Fire Department.
Rochester Hills’ Festival of the Hills Fireworks Show Postponed
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and current guidelines for physical distancing at mass gatherings, Rochester Hills has made the difficult decision to postpone the Festival of the Hills.
Rochester Hills Takes Precautionary Measures Against COVID-19
Effective Monday, March 16, 2020 the Rochester Hills City Hall, the Rochester Hills Department of Public Services Building, and the Rochester Hills Museum on Van Hoosen Farm will be closed to the public until March 31.