Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

12 New Warren Police Officers To Be Sworn in at a special ceremony in the Mayor’s Office

12 New Warren Police Officers To Be Sworn in at a special ceremony in the Mayor’s Office. Ten new officers will replace retired officers and two new officers were added to the 2018-19 budget by Warren Mayor Jim Fouts and Warren City Council. “All 12 new officers are experienced in Metro Detroit police departments. Among the Read more about 12 New Warren Police Officers To Be Sworn in at a special ceremony in the Mayor’s Office[…]

Warren Police to Introduce New Police K-9 Team

  Warren Police to Introduce New Police K-9 Team Wednesday, April 25 at 10 a.m. at City Hall Warren police will introduce the department’s new K-9 team Wednesday, April 25 at 10 a.m. at Warren City Hall. The members of the new K-9 include: Officer Brandon Roy and Kantor Officer Andrew Koerner and Rita Officer Todd Benczkowski Read more about Warren Police to Introduce New Police K-9 Team[…]

Blight Busters! Warren Neighborhood Clean Sweep Program Begins Its 10th Year  

Warren Neighborhood Clean Sweep Program Begins Its 10th Year   Warren’s Neighborhood Clean Sweep Program begins its tenth year as blight inspectors are going street-by-street starting April 23. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts initiated the program in 2008 after he was elected in 2007.  “This program is part of my campaign commitment to create a cleaner city,” Read more about Blight Busters! Warren Neighborhood Clean Sweep Program Begins Its 10th Year  […]

2 Robbery Suspects Arrested 3 Weeks After $8000 Bank Robbery

2 Robbery Suspects Arrested 3 Weeks After $8000 Bank Robbery City of Warren police have arrested two suspects three weeks after a bank robbery in the City of Warren. On March 9, the Our Credit Union at 5625 12 Mile Road was robbed of approximately $8,000.  Two suspects entered the bank and passed a note to the Read more about 2 Robbery Suspects Arrested 3 Weeks After $8000 Bank Robbery[…]

City of Warren officials to address Middle School Students on Active Shooter Safety Topics

Warren Mayor James Fouts, City Attorney and Warren Police To Address Lincoln Middle School Students on Active Shooter Topic on March 29 at 10 a.m. Warren Mayor James Fouts, City Attorney Ethan Vinson and Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer will address Lincoln Middle School students on active school shooters Thursday, March 29 at 10 a.m. Read more about City of Warren officials to address Middle School Students on Active Shooter Safety Topics[…]

School leaders and Warren police will meet as participants in the city’s Safe Schools Task Force meeting

Warren Safe School Task Force Meets Thursday, March 1 at 2 p.m. School leaders and Warren police will meet as participants in the city’s Safe Schools Task Force meeting Thursday, March 1 at 2 p.m. on the first floor of Warren City Hall. Representatives from the following schools in Warren will be attending: Academy of Warren Center Read more about School leaders and Warren police will meet as participants in the city’s Safe Schools Task Force meeting[…]

“Macomb County Public Works Commissioner’s Report on E-Coli Detection in Warren Is Being Addressed”

  A Statement From Warren Mayor James R. Fouts  “Macomb County Public Works Commissioner’s  Report on E-Coli Detection in Warren Is Being Addressed”   “First and most importantly, the detection of coliform bacteria in two drain outfalls in Warren was addressed by our engineers immediately after we were notified by the county public works commissioner.: Read more about “Macomb County Public Works Commissioner’s Report on E-Coli Detection in Warren Is Being Addressed”[…]

Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month Go Purple with a Purpose for Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983.  Everyone who has a brain is at risk to develop Alzheimer’s, a disease that is often misunderstood. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Read more about Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month[…]

City of Warren recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In Solidarity with Breast Cancer Awareness Month Warren Mayor Jim Fouts has directed front lighting to reflect his commitment to bringing awareness to this terrible illness by lighting up City Hall from dusk on Wednesday, October 11 to dawn on Thursday, October 12. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. Read more about City of Warren recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month[…]

City of Warren recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

This and every October, the City of Warren recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Affecting families and couples of all kinds, domestic violence and sexual assault affects all aspects of society, from our children’s schools to our workplaces to the criminal justice system. As such, it requires a cooperative, shared response. And, victims deserve our steadfast Read more about City of Warren recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month.[…]