Farmington Hills Police receive accreditation certificate Monday

State officials will make the Farmington Hills Police Department’s recent accreditation official at Monday’s Farmington Hills City Council meeting.

The department will receive its certificate of accreditation during the 7:30 p.m. meeting at City Hall, 31555 W. 11 Mile Rd.

During the regular meeting, the public may comment on a zoning amendment to a vacant property at 33432 Bostwick Place, in the Nine Mile and Farmington Road area. The owner has applied for rezoning from commercial to single-family residential. There’s also a public hearing on changes that will add more parking to the Planned Unit Development (PUD) for Beaumont-Farmington Hills Hospital’s expansion.

The 7:30 p.m. agenda also includes:

  • a proclamation recognizing September 2018 as Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
  • a proclamation recognizing September 11-17, 2018 as Patriot Week
  • Sustainable Farmington Hills Tip of the Month
  • introduction of police K-9 Dozer
  • approval of the 2018 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Oakland County Subrecipient Agreement with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office that covers the cost of overtime for Farmington Hills Police officers related to the Oakland County Narcotics Enforcement Team
  • award of contract for the 2018 Water Main Replacement Project

Officials will at a 6 p.m. study session discuss winter sidewalk maintenance and view a Department of Public Works equipment demonstration.

Full agendas for both meetings are posted at fhgov.com.