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The SafeWise Report Announces the 20 Safest Cities in Michigan
The SafeWise Report released its “20 Safest Cities in Michigan” report on August 7, 2017. To compile this report, SafeWise used the most recent FBI crime data from 2015 to analyze and rank these cities, which all have a minimum population of 5,000 people.
“This year, six cities landed on our list for the first time, including our safest city, Adrian Township. The mixture of repeat cities and those making their debut indicates a strong statewide commitment to cutting down on crime and ramping up public safety initiatives,” SafeWise security analyst Rebecca Edwards says. “Michigan is especially impressive in regard to property crime, claiming the eleventh-lowest property crime rate in the nation.”
See the full list here: https://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-michigan/
SafeWise is a community-focused security organization committed to increasing safety education, awareness, and preparedness. We help our users compare security options in an informative and pressure-free environment so they can make the choice that’s right for their family. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the safest cities reports, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Visit the Michigan Home Security and Crime Prevention Center for more helpful safety resources.
PRESS RELEASE --- The Oakland County Board of Commissioners would like to extend an invitation to you and the businesses in your community to explore the many resources Oakland County offers to help businesses grow and thrive – including information on how to become a registered vendor with the County.
- Learn how to become a registered vendor with Oakland County
- Access the One Stop Shop Business Center’s counseling and data sources
- Explore business financing options
- Connect with Oakland County Michigan Works! offices to find and train talent
Commissioner Fleming Secures Funding for Clawson Road Projects
City Officials Thank Commissioner for Effort Resulting in $1.36M in Road Infrastructure Investments
(Pontiac, Michigan) On Thursday, May 25, 2017, the Oakland County Board of Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution sponsored by Commissioner Wade Fleming securing a total of $26,739 in County funds for local road projects in the City of Clawson. These funds will be matched by local governments to complete an estimated total of $1,363,427 in road repair projects. These projects are being funded by the Oakland County Pilot Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP) and the Tri-Party Road Improvement Program.
For any media inquiries please contact the City Manager Mark Pollock at 248.435.4500 ext. 111.