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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  • Hazel Park Fire Station
  • Hazel Park Police Department
  • Memorial Day Festival
  • Chief Mark Karschnia, Representative Ellen Cogen-Lipton, and Chief Martin Barner at the State Capital for the 911 Memorial in 2013
  • Julie Fournier at the First Annual Art Fair in Hazel Park
Myles Jury
Recognition of Hometown MMA Star Myles Jury

The City of Hazel Park will be presenting a “Key to the City” to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) mixed martial arts (MMA) competitor Myles Jury. He is currently undefeated (15-0) and ranked #8 in the world in the UFC’s lightweight division. The ceremony will take place at 3:00 PM on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 in the Hazel Park City Hall Building, located at 111 E. Nine Mile Rd., Hazel Park, MI 48030.
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DIA
Oakland County Day at the DIA
The Detroit Institute of Arts is holding an "Oakland County Day" on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Free transportation will be provided from several locations in Oakland County to the DIA. A bus will be departing from Hazel Park City Hall (111 E. Nine Mile Rd.) at 10:00 a.m. General museum admission is free for Oakland County residents. Read More
hpfd open house
Hazel Park Fire Dept. Open House

Please join us for the Hazel Park Fire Department's Open House Cancer Benefit on Sunday, October 5th.

The event will begin with a pancake breakfast at 8:00 AM put on by the HPFD and Hazel Park Eagles. The cost for a plate at this fundraiser is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for kids.

The Open House itself is free, and runs from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, and will feature the opportunity to try on firefighting gear and use a fire hose, as well as a bounce house and helicopter demonstration. Many other fun activities are available too for both parents and kids.
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