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Fun for All Ages at Birmingham Fireworks Display

Those of all ages will enjoy a spectacular Independence Day fireworks display at the Birmingham Fireworks Show. The annual festivities will take place at the Lincoln Hills Golf Course located at Lincoln and Cranbrook on Sunday, July 3rd. The gates will open to the public at 7 p.m. with the show starting at dusk, around 10 p.m. If there is inclement weather, the show will take place on Tuesday, July 5th at the same time.

This is a great family event with no sparklers or alcohol allowed. The show will consist of over 1,300 shells ranging in size and color. This includes a fantastic grand finale with over 500 shells being fired!

The Birmingham Fire Department is continuing to solicit donations for the 2016 Fireworks Display. Donations to support this year's show can be sent to:

City of Birmingham Treasurers' Office
151 Martin
Birmingham, MI 48009

Thank you for your support!

This is to notify residents that the Base Repair Project on Bingham Road and Bristol Lane will begin on June 16th. Both roads will be open to traffic, however expect delays. Bingham Road will be done first with Bristol Lane immediately following. The entire project is expected to take a week, weather permitting. Our police & fire departments have been advised.

There have been multiple home invasions of homes that are for sale. Forced entry is gained through prying the door. Between Jan 17 and Jan 29, homes on and just off of 14 Mile Rd between Telegraph and Inkster have been broken into. They are targeting kitchen appliances. Be on the lookout for large trucks or vans, especially those parked in driveways. Call 248-626-5444 or 911 to report any suspicious truck in someone's driveway. Police Email Alert Sign Up

Did you know that that NEXT (formerly known as (BASCC) Birmingham Area Senior Coordinating Council) has FREE SENIOR TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE

View the Baldwin Public Library's June event calendar here

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Board & Committee Applicants Sought to Impact Birmingham's Future
Citizens have an opportunity to share ideas and make a difference in their community by serving on City of Birmingham boards and committees. Those who serve help shape the future of the community by serving in an advisory capacity to the City Commission. Click here for more information and to download the application, or call (248) 530-1880.

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