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CITY, TOWNSHIP OFFICES

Woodhaven

GENERAL INFORMATION

City Hall: 21869 West Road, Woodhaven, MI 48183; 1-734-675-3000  

Origin of name:  The general manager of Mobil Oil refinery at the corner of Allen and West roads was from New York and had called one of the villages in the borough of Queens the "most beautiful city in America." The name of that village was Woodhaven, thus it was incorporated here as well.

Area:  6.55 square miles

Major employer:  Ford Motor Co.

Population:  12,875

Web Address: www.woodhavenmi.org

CITY OFFICIALS

Mayor: Patricia Odette (2017)  


Council: Sharon Bono-Beaton (2019), Dan Duderstadt (2017), Chris Papineau (2019), Darrel Penix (2017) Randy Odette (2017) and Janet Sikes (2019)  
The general election is on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.

CITY DEPARTMENTS

Planning and Development: John Enos; 1-734-675-4930  


Public Service and Water: Tim Neighbors; 1-734-675-4919  


City Administrator: Jeffrey Harris; 1-734-675-4932  


Police Chief: Vincent Price; 1-734-676-7337  


Fire Chief: Michael Clark; 1-734-675-4918  


Animal Control: Becky Swayze, Woodhaven-Trenton Animal Shelter; 21860 Van Horn Road, Woodhaven; 1-734-675-4956  


Building: John Tackett; 1-734-675-4930  


Clerk: Kristie Keene; 1-734-675-4903  


Engineering: John Hennessey  


Recreation: Tim Rooney; 1-734-675-4926  


Senior Coordinator: Shelly Clark; 1-734-362-2931  


Treasurer: Jeff Diagnau; 1-734-675-4913  


Downtown Development Authority and Economic Development: J.P. Cacciaglia; 1-734-675-4959