Rose City is committed to supporting a climate for families to thrive, children to learn, businesses to succeed, and visitors to stay. We hope you find what you are looking for on the website and maybe be surprised by something you didn’t know about Rose City. Check back often for updated announcements and meeting postings. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please click the “contact us” button at the top of the page. Thank you for visiting us online. Please visit often….online or in person!
City Hall hours of operation are M – F 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
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Rose City Council Meetings
Rose City Council meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of the month.
The meetings will be held at the council chamber located at 310 N. Williams, starting at 6:00 p.m. for the months of November, December January, February, March , April and starting at 7:00 p.m. for the remaining months: May through October.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
PENDING MEETING DATES FOR 2018
JANUARY 2nd & 16th
FEBRUARY 6th & 20th
MARCH 6th & 20th
APRIL 3rd & 17th
MAY 1st & 15th
JUNE 5th & 19th
JULY 3rd & 17th
AUGUST — & 21st
SEPTEMBER 4th & 18th
OCTOBER 2nd & 16th
NOVEMBER — & 20th
DECEMBER 4th & 18th
– State Web Site concerning PFAS contamination sites.
Anyone wishing to be on the agenda must fill out an Agenda Application and return it to the Clerk by Friday proceeding the meeting.
Additional forms and permits:
- Rose City is located in Ogemaw County in the northeastern section of the lower peninsula of Michigan. Rose City is located midway between West Branch, Ogemaw County seat, and Mio, Oscoda County seat, and midway betwwen Hale & St. Helen.
- Rose City began as the town of Churchill in 1875, when Allen S. Rose moved to Michigan from New York and built a general store. When the railroad came through in 1892, it was renamed Rose City for the founder, though it wasn’t incorporated as a city until 1905.
- Rose City is supported by some small businesses and manufacturing facilities (particularly plastics, machinery and auto parts production), but has survived over the years primarily as a result of tourism and the attraction of the many lakes and streams in the scenic surrounding area.– Wikipedia
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI) is a Federal law that protects persons from discrimination based on their race, color or national origin in programs and activities that receive Federal financial assistance. In order for the public to have clear and easy access to our approved plan, you may view it here – THE CITY OF ROSE CITY TITLE VI NON-DISCRIMINATION PLAN filed with the Michigan Department of Transportation