From City of Brighton: City hall is closed, but we’re still working; here’s what you need to know

The Ugly Naked Guy, standing guard over the Brighton Mill Pond.

The City of Brighton is committed to help our community navigate and receive necessary information while staying safe, and to keep essential projects and work moving even during the health challenges of Coronavirus/COVID-19.

The City of Brighton will continue to provide service, support, and a friendly attitude on the phone and by email while adhering to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Stay Home Executive Order 2020-21. The City continues to direct residents to federal, state, and county websites for the most up to date information on Coronavirus/COVID-19, with links in our News Updates & Notices section, as well as important correspondence from Mayor Shawn Pipoly.

Even though city hall is closed to the public, city staff is working. Important business must continue and projects must keep moving along. Therefore, the city has taken a series of steps to protect the health, safety, and welfare of its employees and community to limit contact such as working in staggered shifts and working from home.

The City of Brighton wants to ensure that residents have all the necessary resources to keep safe while conducting city business. City staff is available by phone at (810) 227-1911, by email at, by the drop box located to the right of city hall doors, or by using the many forms that can be found within the Reference Desk tab on the city website; please allow additional time while conducting business.

All necessary business meetings will be conducted virtually (Executive Order 2020-15) through Zoom Meetings until further notice. You may join Zoom Meetings by phone, smart phone, computer, or tablet. Specific instructions on how to join each meeting will be made available in advance on the city website under News Updates & Notices, as well as posted at the city hall entrance.

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