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A snow event may be called when at least 2 inches of snow has accumulated in a single snowfall. Snow events will be posted on the city’s website and local access cable television. When a snow event has been called, residents have 48 hours to remove snow from the public sidewalk abutting their property. If snow has not been removed in a timely fashion, the city reserves the right to have a contractor remove the snow and charge the homeowner for the service and administrative fee. A snow emergency may be called when ice or snow has accumulated or is significantly likely to accumulate to such an extent as to impede safe travel within the city. Snow emergencies will be posted on the city’s website and on our local access cable television channels. During a snow emergency, no cars are to be parked on the street. The provisions of a snow event will also be enforced during a snow emergency.
Documentation needed to process a passport can be found at the following link: /DocumentCenter/View/68
Residents may store their own recreation vehicles and recreation equipment on their own property for an indefinite period of time, provided the vehicles are in operable condition and can meet all other provisions of the city’s codes and ordinances. In short, Recreational Vehicles must be parked on a paved surface and meet setback requirements. Recreational vehicles shall be set back at least four (4) feet from any side lot line if the vehicles are located closer than six (6) feet to the main building on the site. If the vehicles are located more than six (6) feet from the main building, then the recreational vehicles shall be set back at least two (2) feet, six (6) inches from any side or rear lot line. For residents whose recreational vehicles cannot meet the setback and/or lot coverage requirements, their recreational vehicle may be stored up to forty-eight (48) hours prior to a planned trip, for loading purposes, and forty-eight (48) hours upon return from the same trip, for the purpose of unloading the recreational vehicle. In no event shall such recreational vehicles or equipment be stored more than ninety-six (96) hours in a seven (7) day period. A recreational vehicle or equipment parked or stored on a lot within the city shall not be connected to water, sanitary facilities, or electrical service, and shall not be occupied.
In short, Recreational Vehicles must be parked on a paved surface and meet setback requirements.
Recreational vehicles shall be set back at least four (4) feet from any side lot line if the vehicles are located closer than six (6) feet to the main building on the site. If the vehicles are located more than six (6) feet from the main building, then the recreational vehicles shall be set back at least two (2) feet, six (6) inches from any side or rear lot line.
For residents whose recreational vehicles cannot meet the setback and/or lot coverage requirements, their recreational vehicle may be stored up to forty-eight (48) hours prior to a planned trip, for loading purposes, and forty-eight (48) hours upon return from the same trip, for the purpose of unloading the recreational vehicle. In no event shall such recreational vehicles or equipment be stored more than ninety-six (96) hours in a seven (7) day period.
A recreational vehicle or equipment parked or stored on a lot within the city shall not be connected to water, sanitary facilities, or electrical service, and shall not be occupied.
A snow emergency may be called when ice or snow has accumulated or is significantly likely to accumulate to such an extent as to impede safe travel within the city. Snow emergencies will be posted on the city’s website and on our local access cable television channels. During a snow emergency, no cars are to be parked on the street. The provisions of a snow event will also be enforced during a snow emergency.
After June 30, 2013: For service issues, contact Rizzo Environmental Services directly at 1-888-USRIZZO or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Solicitation Permits are available in the City Clerk’s Office or at the following link: Solicitor
GFL can be contacted at 866-772-8900.
Open Skate is on Saturday's from 2-4 pm (During Spring / Summer)
Open Skate is on Saturday's and Sunday's from 3-5 pm (During Fall / Winter)
The price of Ice depends on the time, but it costs $140-190 for an hour of ice
No animals are allowed in any of the Ice Arenas
Yes, please see our programs and classes page. Or visit our Learn to Skate page for more information!
Please visit SCSHA.ORG for more infomation, see our Sports and Athletics page, or simply call John (After 5 pm) at 586-872-3941
No. Residents subscribing to DirectTV or other satellite systems will be unable to view SCSTV programming on their television.
Any person, kindergarten age or older, residing in or paying taxes to St. Clair Shores is eligible for a Library Card. Proof of residency or taxpayer status is required, such as a current driver license or state identification with a St. Clair Shores address, a tax receipt or a lease agreement. Residents under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign as the responsible person. A current driver license or state identification is required from the responsible person.
The Library has eleven public computers with Internet and Microsoft Office. A valid library card is necessary to access the Internet. Minors must have signed parental permission to access the Internet in the Adult Services area. A one-day Internet guest pass may be purchased for $2.00. Same day, in-house Internet reservations are made for the next available computer. The Library offers wireless Internet access in all areas of the Library.
To log on to the Library's online catalog, go to www.scslibrary.org. Click on Online Catalog. You will need your Library card and PIN to access your account, place items on hold or renew your items.
Monday through Thursday 9:00 A.M. until 9:00 P.M., Friday and Saturday 9:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M. The Library is closed on Saturday from Memorial Day though Labor Day. The book drop is open when the Library is closed.
Black and white printing is available for $.15 per page from the Internet, online databases and the Library catalog. The Library also offers wireless printing from your portable device.
The Library has a meeting room available for nonprofit and for profit groups. Groups must call the Library at 586-771-9020 for the meeting room availability and guidelines. The meeting room must be reserved in advance.
The Library does not offer fax service. A librarian can help you locate a facility that offers fax service.
During tax season, the Library may have printed copies of the most popular tax forms. During the year, a librarian can print out copies of the tax forms for $.15 per page.
Fines may be paid in person at the Library by cash, check, credit or debit card. Fines may be paid online by going to www.scslibrary.org, clicking on the Online Catalog link and clicking on My Account. Enter your library card and PIN and click on Fines.
The Library offers online access to eBooks, music, magazines, newspapers, reference materials and database subscription services. Go to www.scslibrary.org and select Online Resources. You will see an alphabetical list of our Online Databases. Most online resources have remote access from outside the Library with your Library card and PIN.
The Department of Parks and Recreation 2018 park passes will be available starting February 2018. Please come visit us and bring a valid driver’s license or state ID (this is what we need to see in order to verify residency).
1 adult park pass is $7, or you may obtain a pass for a spouse as well for $10.
If you’re 62 and older, 1 park pass is $5 (or you may obtain a pass for a spouse too for $7).
Please note: We cannot issue park passes for minors. Anyone 17 or younger should use their parent/guardian(s) pass. The SCS Parks & Recreation department is located at 20000 Stephens, 48080 (between Little Mack & I-94).
The City Pool (27600 Jefferson at 11 Mile Rd) is open weekends and holidays ONLY on May 26, 27 & 28, June 2 & 3, June 9 & 10 from NOON to 8:00 PM.
The City Pool opens DAILY from June 16 to September 3 from NOON to 8:00 PM. FREE Day at the Pool will be on June 16, 2018.
The Splash Zone at Veterans Memorial Park (32400 Masonic at Jefferson) opens DAILY from June 16 to September 3, from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
Public Skate is offered on Saturdays from 2-4 P.M. during the Summer (June - August).
Public Skate is offered on Saturdays and Sundays from 3-5 P.M. during the Fall/Winter/Spring (September - May).
The cost is $3 per person (children 6 & under free when skating with an adult) and $5 for skate rental (if available).
If you’re planning on having a ceremony or taking pictures, you need to apply for a permit to use Wahby Park (24800 Jefferson, in front of Blossom Heath) with the Parks and Recreation office (20000 Stephens). This will guarantee you the use of the gazebo for an hour on either Friday or Saturday from 1-4 P.M. (one hour time block ONLY).
Please note: You have to be a St. Clair Shores resident in order to obtain a permit. Please make sure to bring your driver’s license or state ID when applying. (There is no cost for this permit).
We’re pleased to announce the 2018 First State Bank Fireworks Extravaganza is scheduled for Friday, June 22 at Veterans Memorial Park (32400 Jefferson at Masonic)! There is a cost per person, if you wish to view them at Memorial Park. That price is to be determined. In the case of rain on that day, the fireworks rain out date will be Saturday, June 23, 2018.
To be a member you MUST attend 1 membership class (classes are offered a few times per month). Your dog MUST BE 5 months old and fully vaccinated for Rabies, DHLPP and Bordetella, and MUST BE licensed in the city that you reside.
Applications and classes are located at the Parks and Recreation Department (20000 Stephens).
For more information, class dates, and prices...please call the Parks and Recreation Department at 586-445-5350.
When checking for a cancellation, you may contact the Kyte Monroe rainout number at 586-899-1846.
First, the bin must be ordered through City Hall at 586-445-5200 and picked up from D.P.W.
The bins are available at D.P.W. 586-445-5363. Please note: The D.P.W. is open at 7:00 A.M. and closes at 3:30 P.M. on weekdays and is closed on the weekends.
To acquire a dog license, proof of the dog’s rabies vaccination must be provided along with evidence of spaying or neutering if applicable. Licenses are valid for 1 calendar year. License renewals must be completed by March 1st of each year. The fees are as follows:
Jan thru March 1 - Spayed/Neutered - 1 Year Tag $10.00Jan thru March 1 - Not Spayed/Neutered - 1 Year Tag $30.00Jan thru March 1 - Spayed/Neutered - 2 Year Tag $20.00Jan thru March 1 - Not Spayed/Neutered - 2 Year Tag $60.00
After March 1st - 1 Year Tag –Spayed/Neutered $30.00After March 1st - 1 Year Tag – Not Spayed/Neutered $50.00After March 1st - 2 Year Tag – Spayed/Neutered $40.00After March 1st - 2 Year Tag - Not Spayed/Neutered $80.00
Owners who adopt a dog after the March 1st deadline are exempt from paying the $20 late fee as long as the dog is registered within 30 days of adoption. Puppies are expected to be registered after their rabies shot at around four months old. An extension to six months may be given with evidence of the animal being spayed or neutered.
For more information, please contact the Macomb County Animal Control Office at (586-469-5115) during the following business hours.
Hours of OperationMonday: 10:00 a.m -6:00 p.m.Tuesday:10:00 a.m-6:00 p.m.Wednesday: 10:00 a.m-6:00 p.m.Thursday:10:00 a.m-6:00 p.m.Friday: 10:00 a.m-6:00 p.m.Saturday: Closed to PublicSunday: Closed to Public
ANNUAL 3AM-5AM ON-STREET PARKING PERMITS Effective January 2017, when determining the total number of vehicles to be parked at the home, we will only count a MAXIMUM of one vehicle per licensed driver at the home plus 2 extra. So, if there are 2 licensed drivers, we will only consider up to 4 vehicles when issuing permits. Only one trailer will be considered in total number. RV’s are motor vehicles. Calculation of verified parking spaces will remain the same. Permits are not issued for convenience reasons. Vehicles with permits must be in use, and must be moved at least every 48 hours. Permits do not exempt vehicles from the rules of a snow emergency. Vehicles must be removed from the street, until it has been plowed by the city. The registrations (or copies) of all vehicles to be considered must be presented each year for renewal. All registrations must be valid and registered at the address. If you have just moved and SOS has not updated your registration, we will accept your updated driver’s license for the first year only. Registrations must be corrected by second year of residency. A title must be shown for any unlicensed vehicles. UNLICENSED VEHICLES MUST BE STORED IN THE GARAGE. Upon application, an officer will check the residence to determine whether or not a permit is warranted. Neither the vehicles nor the homeowner needs to be present when this takes place. A temporary permit can be issued so that you will not be ticketed during this period. You will call the number listed below in approximately 14 days to learn whether or not you have been approved. There will be a $3 charge for each annual permit that is approved. ALL PERMITS EXPIRE ON FEBRUARY 1ST OF EACH YEAR, so you should renew in January, by AGAIN showing ** ALL ** of the registrations for ALL of your vehicles. If a vehicle with a permit on it is sold and replaced by a new vehicle, remove the old sticker (in pieces or whole) and bring it in, along with the registration for your new vehicle, and a new permit will be issued. NOTE: Stickers must be permanently affixed to the driver’s side of the windshield, approximately 5” up from the dashboard, and can only be used on the vehicle that was specified by the Police Department. RECORDS BUREAU HOURS for PARKING PERMITS Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (586) 445-5315
The St. Clair Shores Police Department reviews all criminal complaints. The Investigative Division uses solvability factors and the resources available to determine if the investigation can reach a successful conclusion. If the case is assigned, a detective will contact you with additional questions.