Frequently Asked Questions About Your Water Bill And New Water
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority Meeting Cancellation - December 10
The Brownfield Redevelopment Authority Meeting, scheduled for December 10, 2013 has been cancelled.
Inkster Officials to Announce New
Policing Initiatives and Partnerships to Help Reduce Inkster’s Crime and
Increase Police Visibility
Inkster officials including City Manager Richard Marsh and Chief of Police Hilton Napoleon will hold a press conference along with Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon, and members of the Michigan State Police, Tuesday December 10, 2013 at 2:00pm to announce new partnerships and policing initiatives targeting the Inkster community. The press conference will take place in the parking lot of the Inkster Town Center located on the south west corner of Michigan Avenue and Inkster Rd.
December Board of Review - December 10
A special meeting of the Board of Review of the City of Inkster will be held at
City Hall, Council Chambers
December 10, 2013
10:00am – 11:30am
The purpose of the meeting is to correct clerical errors or mutual mistakes of fact, hear appeals for poverty or hardship exemptions for the current year, and to hear appeals for the Homeowner’s Principal Residence exemption for the current year and the prior three years.
Project Warm - Oct 30-Dec 13
Community Partnership Committee Michigan Metro Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. is seeking donations for "Project Warm", Oct 30 - Dec 13, 2013. Collecting New and Gently Used – Clean Coats
For Children and Adults
Drop Off Locations:
Inkster City Hall - 26215 Trowbridge
Inkster Fire Department - 27301 S. River Park Dr.
Inkster Police Department - 27717 Michigan Ave.
Updated Community Resource Guide
Inkster Task Force, a group committed to the healthy development
of Inkster families, has updated the highly sought after
Community Resource Guide. Funding was made available by the
Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA). Pick up a free
copy at city hall or
click here to download.
Launched on March 28, 2013 at the State of the City Address,
"Reinvent Inkster" is a results-oriented 12-18 month process led by Community Development Director, Mark Lloyd to identify realistic Inkster-based solutions to improve the City's opportunities for economic recovery. By gaining better insight into the community's needs, we can obtain greater efficiencies in providing City services that add value to our citizens.
City of Inkster Water and Sewer Fund Long Term Financial Plan Presentation
In July 2012,
Plante Moran presented a Long Term Financial Plan for the Water
and Sewer Fund to the Inkster City Council. The slideshow
utilized to present the findings can be viewed here.
The City of Inkster Site
The City of Inkster has received a site
assessment grant from the United States Environmental Protection
Agency (U.S. EPA) to assist the city in its redevelopment
efforts. The City of Inkster has funding available through this
grant to fund environmental assessment activities on brownfield
sites. The City is looking to support projects that will
transform the City through job creation and the reuse of
County Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)
- 2014 Final Statement
In compliance with federal
guidelines, the City of Inkster approved final projects and
funding levels for Inkster's allocation of the 2013 - 2014 Wayne
County CDBG Program
City of Inkster Citizens Guide and Performance Dashboard
As part of the State of Michigan’s new
municipal finance requirements, the City of Inkster is now
providing more information to the local community; a
Citizens' Guide - which summarizes key financial trends
broken down in several areas to show the City's current fiscal
Dashboard - which displays several measurements that
provides a view of the overall quality of life trend in the
Debt Service Report that provides amortization schedules for all debt issued by the city, a
Projected Budget report to see how things may unfold next fiscal year, a
Consolidation Plan which displays areas of intergovernmental
cooperation and consolidation, an
Employee Compensation Plan - which displays how the City
intends to manage retirement and health care benefit costs in
the future, and the
Economic Vitality Incentive Program Certification of
Accountability and Transparency.
2014 Approved Budget Book
The City of Inkster Fiscal Year 2014
approved budget book is available This document details the
planned City revenues and expenditures for the fiscal year 2014
which ends June 30th, 2014.
Inkster 2014 Budget Book