The City of Rochester Hills recently celebrated the successful conclusion of this year's Green Schools campaign, which provided $10,000 for the Rochester Community School District's (RCS) single-stream recycling initiative.
Applications for the 2021-2022 Government Youth Council are now being accepted. For over 17 years, young people in Rochester Hills have been sitting on the Council dais sharing their experiences and getting an up close look at local government.
Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan K. Barnett has launched a podcast that celebrates the ideas, perspectives and the vocations of people in our community. The podcast, named "Right Down the Street," focuses on getting to know our neighbors.
For the first time, Rochester Hills has partnered with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation to launch a $50,000 crowdfunding campaign. The money will be used to complete the city's newest playground at Innovation Hills Park.
The City of Rochester Hills and the City of Rochester recently announced a multi-year renewable partnership to digitally transform Rochester's archival documents and historical item collection through the Rochester Hills Museum on Van Hoosen Farm.
The City of Rochester Hills recently announced receiving the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for the 32nd consecutive year. The Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in this area.