City Clerk

The city clerk is the official keeper of the records and the city seal. The City 
Clerk is also responsible for 

- Records minutes of the city council, zoning board of appeals, and all special
   meetings called by the city Council.

-Administers oath of office

-Processes legal documents (ordinances, bids, resolutions, etc). Oversees
 the building department, Zoning inquires, CDBG funds, SMART credits. 

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The City Clerk  administers all local, State, and Federal elections which are held in the Community Room of the Municipal Building.

There are two precincts for the City of Lathrup Village. Both are located in the Municipal Building at:

27400 Southfield Rd.
Lathrup Village, MI


November 5, 2019 - Election Day
New Rights for Michigan Voters -Register to vote through Election Day
Register to vote through October 21, 2019 - Regular Office hours:  8am-4:30pm Monday-Friday
Register in person with your City Clerk -October 22, 2019-November 5, 2019
Register and vote November 5,2019(Election Day):  In person with your City Clerk, not at a precinct.  Voters who register on Election Day get a ballot and can vote that day.
Last Day Absentee ballots will be mailed:  November 1, 2019 8am-5pm
Clerk's office will be open Saturday, November 2, 2019 8:00am-4:00pm
Voters may obtain an absent voter ballot in person in the Clerk's office November 4, 2019 8am-4pm
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For additional information, please contact the City Clerks office, 248-557-2600, ext 226

Debbie Stabenow                      U.S. Senator
Gary Peters                               U.S. Senator
Brenda Lawrence                      Representative in Congress District#14
Jeremy Moss                             State Senator District #11
Kyra Harris Bolden                    State Representative District #35
Nancy Quarles                          County Commissioner District #17 

Weatherization Works-Free Program - OLHSA

The Weatheriztion Assistance Program is still accepting applications for free weatherization to your home.  You must meet federal income guidelines and be an Oakland County resident. Improve the energy efficiency of your home.  Contact OLSHA's Energy Service's Team at 248-209-2760 or 517-456-8500.
Yvette Talley City Clerk, CMC 27400 Southfield Road Lathrup Village, MI  48076 248-557-2600, ext 226

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm