Posted on: December 22, 2021
Results from an independent audit for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2021 showed that Sterling Heights continues to manage its finances very well.
City Controller Nick Makie presented the audit to the Mayor and City Council Tuesday. Makie said independent auditors Plante Moran once again issued the City an “unmodified” opinion as part of its audit process - the highest rating pos...Read on...
Posted on: November 21, 2021
Sterling Heights City Councilmember Barbara Ziarko has been named as the Michigan Municipal League’s 2021-22 President.
Ziarko was selected as President Nov. 12 by the 18-member League Board of Trustees during the group’s November meeting in Lansing. Ziarko replaces Monica Galloway as League President, who had to step down after not being re-elected as Flint City...Read on...
Posted on: September 28, 2021
The FBI’s 2020 annual report Crime in the United States has been released, and FBI data reveals the city of Sterling Heights is once again the safest big city (over 100,000 population) in Michigan.
Sterling Heights was ranked safest among these communities in both total property crimes and violent crimes, as well as safest overall.
Sterling Heights recorded the lowest violent crime rate among all Michigan communities over 100,000 population at 237 to...Read on...
Posted on: September 21, 2021
Residents continue to give the community and its public services rave reviews.
According to the results of the recently completed survey, residents are overwhelmingly satisfied with Sterling Heights as a place to live, its overall image, quality of life, and as a place to raise children. The City’s public services and the ...Read on...
Posted on: February 6, 2020
Following the successful launch of the City of Sterling Heights’ first-ever Public Art Mural Program in 2018, the Sterling Heights Arts Commission is seeking businesses interested in participating by offering a side of their building or business.
Under the 2020 Mural Program, interested businesses will fill out a form on the City’s website identifying their building and designated wall for the purpose of public art. If selected by the City to participate, the business owner will be requi...Read on...
Posted on: November 14, 2018
On Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. the Sterling Heights Fire Department was called for a possible gas leak in a home in the 8000 block of Tinkler Rd., with people feeling ill.
Upon arrival, the Fire Department was confronted with three individuals from one family showing signs of severe carbon monoxide poisoning. The residents were already out of the house, and fire crews began evaluating and treating them. A fourth family memb...Read on...