Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts to visit fireworks vendors and join police on patrol.

For the 11th consecutive year, Warren Mayor Jim Fouts will be visiting Fireworks vendors shortly before noon today and will be going on Fireworks patrol tonight. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts is the only public official in Michigan to voice opposition to the fireworks law passed by the State Legislature in 2012.  “The new law is a Read more about Warren Mayor Jim Fouts to visit fireworks vendors and join police on patrol.[…]

City of Warren Sponsors 1st Annual Pet Care Fair

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts is inviting all pet owners to the City of Warren’s first free Pet Care Fair Monday, May 20 from noon to 4 p.m. at Warren City Hall. Warren Mayor James Fouts said vendors from animal clinics to dog groomers and dog trainers will have representatives at the Fair. “Warren residents love their pets, Read more about City of Warren Sponsors 1st Annual Pet Care Fair[…]

City of Warren files lawsuit against Big Pharma in Macomb Circuit Court.

The City of Warren continues to be the first city in the area to file this suit. Other cities such as Sterling Heights and Harrison Township will also be filing this suit today. I first began a war against the drug epidemic dating back to 2011, including aggressive raids against drug dealers. Since then, we Read more about City of Warren files lawsuit against Big Pharma in Macomb Circuit Court.[…]

Vets Returning Home Gets Storage Building In Warren for $1

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts announces that the city has approved a one dollar a year lease for ten years to Vets Returning Home. The building, owned by the City of Warren because of non-payment of property taxes for three years, will be used for storage by Vets Returning Home, headquartered in Roseville.  Veterans Returning Home Read more about Vets Returning Home Gets Storage Building In Warren for $1[…]

City of Warren’s Communications Department Earns 4 International Awards

The city’s Communications Department has earned four international awards for “big ideas in communications.” Warren Mayor Jim Fouts praised Clarissa Cayton, department director, for “encouraging innovation in the department.” The communicator awards are the leading international awards program recognizing big ideas in marketing and communications. Founded over two decades ago, the communicator awards receive over Read more about City of Warren’s Communications Department Earns 4 International Awards[…]

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Distributes Free Pet Rescue Door-Window Stickers After City Firefighters Rescue Pets

After City of Warren firefighters rescued several pets during a building fire just before Christmas, Warren Mayor Jim Fouts is distributing free pet rescue door-window stickers that alerts firefighters that pets are in the home/building during a fire. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts said now firefighters arriving at a burning building have no way of knowing Read more about Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Distributes Free Pet Rescue Door-Window Stickers After City Firefighters Rescue Pets[…]

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Salutes 100-Year-Old Plus Residents

Six City of Warren residents, who are all 100 years old plus will be honored by Warren Mayor Jim Fouts at noon in the Mayor’s conference room. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts will serve a complimentary lunch to these honored guests. “The City of Warren honors these residents annually, not only because of their longevity but Read more about Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Salutes 100-Year-Old Plus Residents[…]

Warren City Hall Lights Up in solidarity with Suicide Prevention Awareness

Warren City Hall Lights Up Tuesday, September 25 For Suicide Prevention Awareness   September is National Suicide Awareness Month, and the front of Warren City Hall will light up teal and purple from dusk until dawn on Tuesday, September 25 to recognize the growing problem of suicide. Suicidal thoughts, much like mental health conditions, can affect Read more about Warren City Hall Lights Up in solidarity with Suicide Prevention Awareness[…]

Warren City Hall Lights Up Tonight For Pitt-Hopkins Syndrome  

Warren City Hall will feature light blue lights tonight from dusk until dawn to bring public attention to Pitts-Hopkins syndrome. Pitt-Hopkins syndrome is a condition characterized by intellectual disability and developmental delay, breathing problems, recurrent seizures (epilepsy), and distinctive facial features. Approximately 750 Pitt-Hopkins syndrome patients have been identified worldwide, but there are many who remain undiagnosed. A Read more about Warren City Hall Lights Up Tonight For Pitt-Hopkins Syndrome  […]