Listed here You can find any public hearings, special meetings, or re-scheduled meetings.
WABS is having video server problems and City Council broadcasts will be delayed until the issues are corrected.
You may purchase a copy of the Council meetings at City Hall for $5.00 each.
City Flags available at City Hall ($50.00 each)
City Hall Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Yard Waste Pick-up has been extended one week. The last yard waste pick-up for this year will be Wednesday, December 2, 2015
ATTENTION CYCLE 2 WATER CUSTOMERS:
If you are a cycle 2 water/sewer customer and you received a sprinkler meter invoice for $67.38 for an account number ending in 01, please disregard this invoice. The second bill for $67.38 was the amount which was omitted from your October water bill. It must be paid no later then November 20, 2015.
Thank you for your understanding and patience with this billing issue.
Construction has started on the Rain Garden in the Walter and Mary Burke Park. The dahlias will return next year to a spot picked by the Koenig family around the existing flag pole.
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.
The U.S Post Office no longer has local overnight mail. Mail now goes to the Metroplex in Pontiac and may take a few extra days to get to it's destination. Please keep this in mind when mailing payments to the City.
Macomb County Meals on Wheels are in need of 12 volunteers to deliver meals to the elderly in New Baltimore. Please call the Macomb County Community Services Agency office of Senior Services (586) 469-5228.
Macomb County Veterans/Dependents
The Macomb County Veterans Services Department has benefits available to help those who served in the military. If you live in Macomb County, please call their office at 586-469-5315 for more information.
1. New Baltimore
When it comes to finding a city that offers the best of everything, it’s hard to look past New Baltimore. Just minutes from Detroit and Canada, this idyllic hamlet on the shores of Lake St. Clair is all about location. Its proximity to Lake St. Clair makes it a great spot for summers at the beach and ice fishing in the winter.It’s also the safest city in Michigan, with no homicides, robberies, or incidents of arson reported to law enforcement in 2012. For those of you with school-aged children, the town’s elementary schools and middle school are completely focused on childhood development with a focus on mathematics, sciences, and humanities.
City Hall is located at 36535 Green Street
New Baltimore, MI 48047
The main phone number is (586) 725-2151
Fax number (586)725-6927
City Hall Hours: Monday through Friday
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
The Building and Assessing Departments include out of the office responsibilities. Please call before coming out to these departments.
The City of New Baltimore is located in the northeast corner of Macomb County bordering beautiful Anchor Bay located on the coastline of Lake St. Clair. The City is approximately 30 minutes northeast of downtown Detroit, Michigan. New Baltimore is 4.6 square miles with a population of 12,084
as of April of 2010.
It is the fastest growing community in Macomb County.
The City of New Baltimore was incorporated as a village in 1867 and as a City in 1931. New Baltimore is a home rule City with a strong Mayoral form of government. The Mayor's Office is an elected position with a two-year term. The City Clerk, Treasurer and City Council positions are elected positions each with a four-year term.
Here you will find out about our municipal government including all services provided to our residents from all City departments. This is our improved website and we welcome the opportunity for community comments and/or suggestions.
New Baltimore Assessing Department will be conducting re-appraisals of properties within the City during the spring and summer of 2015. The Assessing Department staff will be measuring the exterior of the buildings and taking pictures of the front and back of the structures. All staff will be carrying City identification. Property owners and residents can contact the Assessing Department with questions or concerns by calling 586-725-2151 ext. 106. Thank you for your cooperation.