Warren City Hall Lights Up Tonight to bring awareness to multiple diseases.

Warren City Hall Lights Up Tonight to bring awareness to multiple diseases. Warren, MI – Warren City Hall will light up tonight from dusk until dawn to bring public attention to the following: Warren City Hall to Light up with multiple lights in solidarity with September Awareness month for these debilitating diseases, which are Dystonia, Read more about Warren City Hall Lights Up Tonight to bring awareness to multiple diseases.[…]

Good news and good things for the City of Warren

Good news and good things for the City of Warren City of Warren won a potential million dollar plus federal lawsuit against a Warren by an employee who sued the city. City of Warren had very effective legal counsel, who were well assisted by City Attorney Ethan Vinson and Human Resources Director Mark Simlar.  The Read more about Good news and good things for the City of Warren[…]

Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

Mayors’ Compact to Combat Hate, Extremism, and Bigotry

Mayor Fouts has signed on in support of the “Mayors’ Compact to Combat Hate, Extremism, and Bigotry”. With this, Mayor Fouts supports the following 10 components: 1. Expressly rejecting extremism, white supremacy and all forms of bigotry.* 2. Denouncing all acts of hate wherever they occur. 3. Ensuring public safety while protecting free speech and Read more about Mayors’ Compact to Combat Hate, Extremism, and Bigotry[…]

City of Warren to Sponsor Free Document Shredding Day At Warren City Hall

  City of Warren to Sponsor the 9th Annual “Free Document Shredding Day” At Warren City Hall The City of Warren is sponsoring its ninth free document shredding day at Warren City Hall Saturday, July 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. “The Mayor’s Office has been receiving many inquires about where and when documents Read more about City of Warren to Sponsor Free Document Shredding Day At Warren City Hall[…]

Meet Up and Eat Up – Warren’s Summer Food Service Program

Meet Up and Eat Up’ Summer Food Service Program   Mayor Fouts is proud to announce that the City of Warren’s ‘Meet Up and Eat Up’ Summer Food Service Program will host a record 120 children at Warren City Hall. The ‘Meet Up and Eat Up’ is a weekly program at the city of Warren Read more about Meet Up and Eat Up – Warren’s Summer Food Service Program[…]

1st New Library in 53 Years in Warren’s Older Neighborhood Re-Opens June 22

1st New Library in 53 Years in Warren’s Older Neighborhood Re-Opens June 22 Warren, MI – The city’s first new library in Warren’s older neighborhood in 53 years re-opens on Thursday, June 22. The new Busch Library Branch is located on Ryan Road south of 9 Mile Road across from Fitzgerald High School. “This new Read more about 1st New Library in 53 Years in Warren’s Older Neighborhood Re-Opens June 22[…]

Warren Mayor James Fouts will sponsor a special ceremony honoring city firefighters

Warren Mayor James Fouts will sponsor a special ceremony honoring city firefighters for their lifesaving actions Wednesday, June 14 at noon in the city hall atrium. The City of Warren’s EMS service has been awarded the gold award (highest) by the American Heart Association for the third consecutive year.  Warren Mayor Jim Fouts said Warren Read more about Warren Mayor James Fouts will sponsor a special ceremony honoring city firefighters[…]

Statement from Warren Fire Department on Receiving Gold Award from The American Heart Association

The American Heart Association recognizes EMS agencies that provide the highest level of pre-hospital care to patients experiencing a specific type of heart attack defined as a ST – Elevated Myocardial Infarction or STEMI for short.  To meet the treatment standards of the American Heart Association requires paramedics in the field to quickly identify STEMI Read more about Statement from Warren Fire Department on Receiving Gold Award from The American Heart Association[…]

Warren Initiates State’s 1st City Program to Help People With Disabilities

The City of Warren’s initiative to help its businesses become disability-friendly that begins this week is the first city program of its kind in Michigan. The program called All-Access Warren, and initiated by Mayor James Fouts, and endorsed by the city’s Disability Commission, features visits by trained volunteers, mostly high school students, who visit businesses Read more about Warren Initiates State’s 1st City Program to Help People With Disabilities[…]

Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

A Statement from Warren Mayor James Fouts on the City’s “AA” Bond Rating

A Statement from Warren Mayor James Fouts on the City’s “AA” Bond Rating “Just received the Standard & Poor’s Global Bond Rating report for Warren.” said Mayor Fouts in a statement.  “We have a strong “AA” (Bond) rating, which makes “Warren’s budgetary flexibility and financial health are very strong with an available fund balance in fiscal Read more about A Statement from Warren Mayor James Fouts on the City’s “AA” Bond Rating[…]