The Friendly City, Hazel Park offers small town charm in an urban setting. Tree-lined streets, middle class neighborhoods, active community service groups and unique mom and pop shops make up the fabric that is uniquely Hazel Park.
Located in the heart of Southeast Michigan, Hazel Park sits at the intersection of the tri-county area, and offers immediate access to Metro Detroit's business district, attractions, night life and sporting events. Take time to explore Hazel Park, an affordable, family-friendly community, and a great place to live, work, and raise a family.
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"Heaven Can Wait" Performance
Come see the Hazel Park High School Drama team's performance of "Heaven Can Wait." The show will run tonight (11/20), tomorrow (11/21) and Saturday (11/22). The curtain raises at 7:00 p.m. sharp. Tickets for students are $5 and adults $6, with  general admission seating. It will take place in the Hazel Park High auditorium (23400 Hughes).
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FEMA Disaster Relief Deadline Extended

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM FEMA:

The deadline to apply for Disaster Relief Assistance for the August flooding has been extended to Sunday, December 14th. If you suffered any damages as a result of that natural disaster, please contact FEMA to see if you are eligible for any aid. Homeowners and renters are both encouraged to apply. Call 1(800)621-3362 or visit www.DisasterAssistance.gov

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Project Blue Light

On Tuesday, December 2nd at 7:00 p.m., St. Justin's Church in Hazel Park will be hosting a Project Blue Light public honorarium in tribute to the Law Enforcement Officers who have given their lives in the line of duty. For additional information please contact Debbie Swofford, Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary, at (586)214-3056 or magenta810@comcast.net.
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