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Be advised of a possible scam involving person(s) attempting to enter homes and/or businesses with a water shut-off and/or repair tactic. You should not allow any person(s) to enter your residence or place of business unless they are known to you. If water-related work is required inside your home or business by City of Huntington Woods, the Department of Public Works will call in advance and schedule an appointment. On the scheduled day of the appointment, a duly employed Department of Public Works member will come out to your home in a City of Huntington Woods marked vehicle and they will be carrying photo identification containing proper credentials. If there are any questions as to the employment status and purpose of the visitor/visit, call the Department of Public Works (248.547.1888) for verification. If someone comes to your home requesting entry in order to shut-off the water, do not allow them entry and call the Huntington Woods Department of Public Safety immediately and an officer will be dispatched to your location.
Registration is limited.  Register at the Recreation Center as soon as possible.
Offered every fall, the Driver Safety Program provides information that can help participants learn how to deal with the effects of aging on driving.  There are no tests.  The results of your participation in the Driver Safety course have no bearing on your driver's license.  The goal is self-awareness and improving driving strategies which should make you safer on the road.  The Public Safety Department generously supports this program by underwriting registration costs for Huntington Woods residents, as well as providing a continental breakfast and lunch each day.  Information is available in the fall in both the Hometown Herald and the 60+ CROWD.
Held the third Wednesday of October at the Recreation Center
Need your flu and/or pneumonia vaccine? Have questions regarding your health? Join your neighbors and enjoy the opportunity to discuss health issues with medical professionals in an informal setting.  Annual flu vaccinations are given at the event.  Medicare Part B and most insurance is accepted.  Please bring Medicare card, supplemental insurance cards, and picture ID. Refreshments provided.  Transportation available to Huntington Woods residents through our Senior Transportation program.  Call 248.541.3030 for more information or to schedule transportation.
It is with sadness that the City informs residents of the passing of former employee, Lois Silk. Lois worked at City Hall and was the City's official "post office mistress" while she worked here from 1985 to 2010. We remember her for her diligent work ethic and always with a sense of humor.

Funeral arrangements are being handled by Sawyer-Fuller in Berkley.

The 2nd annual Turkey Trot 5K run/walk will take place on Saturday, November 24th – the Saturday after Thanksgiving.  The run will start and finish at the Detroit Zoo and will go through parts of Huntington Woods as outlined on this MAP.  The event will take place from 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. and benefit the Michigan chapter of the ALS Association.
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