Show All Answers
They can also be dropped off at the Assessors Office located in City Hall. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
The Diary Barn can also hold up to 100 guests for ceremonies. This building is also climate controlled and fully handicapped accessible.
In the event it is known the fawn has been abandoned; for example, the doe is dead nearby, visit the Michigan Department of Natural Resources website (link below) for a list of DNR licensed rehabilitators, who are trained to handle wild animals and know how to release them so they can live in the wild. Michigan DNR
Senior citizen or handicap annual passes may be purchased either from the park directly or at the Treasury Office in the Rochester Hills Municipal Building during regular business hours. Please see our Park Fee Schedule for current rates. Note: Vehicle registration is the only acceptable proof of residency.
The Annual City Park Permit is honored at all three parks, while the Bloomer / Yates Park Pass is only accepted at those two facilities. If you purchase a daily permit and decide you would prefer an annual permit instead, your daily permit can be turned in by the end of the day and the fee you paid will be deducted from the cost of an annual permit.
Full payment along with the signed Shelter / Tent Reservation and Waiver of Liability Form is required within two weeks after confirming your reservation date. Visit the Shelter Reservations webpage for all applicable forms and fees. Shelter Reservations
A caterer or food vendor who is only delivering prepared/cooked food for your event is not required to provide a Certificate of Liability Insurance and will not be charged a vehicle entry fee to enter the parks to deliver the prepared food. However, you must have any special arrangements approved by a Park Ranger at least two weeks prior to your event.
Visit the Shelter Reservations page for all appropriate forms and instructions. Shelter Reservations
Visit the Shelter Reservations webpage for all appropriate forms and instructions. Shelter Reservations
Visit the Shelter Reservation webpage for all appropriate forms and instructions. Shelter Reservations
If the passport is needed in less than three (3) weeks, contact the National Passport Agency at: (877) 487-2778 and an Agent will return your call.
In order to provide exceptional customer service to guests and users, this fee is required to help regulate who is on the site and to coordinate photography use in regards to other events.
For any other questions, please contact the Museum staff at 248.656.4663 or via email@example.com.
*Please note that WOW recently made technical changes that may affect where you find our channel. If you don't find us on Channel 10, please try Channel 117-10.
- Memorial Day - July 4th - Labor Day - Thanksgiving Day - Christmas Day - New Year's Day
As a general rule, holidays push our residential pickup schedules back one day with regular schedules resuming the following week. If a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, it does NOT affect residential pickup schedules.
All delinquent water and sewer bills will be added to winter property tax bills and will be subject to a late payment charge.
If it is summer, you are probably using more outside water. If you do not have an area maintenance meter or second meter you are paying sewer charges on water that is being used outside.
If you are not using any water in your home the leak detector should not turn or move. If it is moving and you are not using water you have a leak somewhere in the house. The leak could be a toilet, faucet, or a back up water driven sump pump. You may not always hear or see a leak.
Call 248.656.4688 and we will help you locate the source of a leak.