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Due to popular demand, the Plymouth Public Safety will offer an additional workshop to teach children how to handle an emergency while home alone.
The “slow – no wake” order for Medicine Lake has been lifted. The order had been in place to protect the shoreline while water levels were unusually high.
06/03/2019 3:09 pm
Free concerts, theater, water ski shows and other performances are set for Plymouth this summer as part of the annual Entertainment in the Parks series.
05/31/2019 4:12 pm
The Rockford Road/I-494 pedestrian bridge is now closed to pedestrians and bicyclists. The roadway bridge will remain open during Phase 1.
05/31/2019 9:29 am
Due to high water levels caused by recent rain, a “slow - no wake” order is in effect for boaters on Medicine Lake in Plymouth.
05/30/2019 4:28 pm
Mayor Jeff Wosje discusses the appointment of Council Member Alise McGregor, Rockford Road/I-494 bridge and Plymouth Creek Center project.
05/29/2019 9:01 am
Adults who live, work or own a business in Plymouth may apply. Topics include patrol, police tactics, investigations, crime prevention and more.
05/28/2019 11:49 am
Participants are encouraged to bring perennials and swap them for plants shared by others. Seeds and plant wares are also acceptable swap items.
05/28/2019 10:25 am
Residents are invited to ask questions, see the inside of a squad car and enjoy a sweet treat with Plymouth police at a Cones with Cops event.