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The City Commission is made up of seven residents who then elect a mayor to lead the meetings and perform other ceremonial functions. Members of the City Commission may serve a maximum of three consecutive terms of office. City elections are generally held in the "off year" cycle of national and state elections. Generally there are four seats on the Commission that are available at each election. City Commissioners are elected at large on a citywide basis.

The Seal of the City of Plymouth, MichiganCity Commission 2014 Goals:
  • Resolve Last Issues Regarding Dissolution of Plymouth Community Fire Department Agreement (Primarily Pension issues) 
  • Work Collaboratively with Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex (PARC) organization, the Plymouth Canton School Board, and the greater Plymouth community to repurpose Central Middle School into a high quality Arts & Recreation Complex.
  • Develop plan to seek multi-agency approvals, develop proposed traffic plans, cost structure and develop cost effective funding proposals for possible railroad quiet zones for all crossings in the City.
  • Work collaboratively with the DDA and property owners regarding potential cost effective alternatives to increase downtown parking stock.
  • Determine and implement plan of action regarding expiring city dedicated road millage.
  • Secure funding to hire additional police for downtown bar/restaurant patrol, thus freeing up current officers for increased neighborhood patrols
Plymouth City Hall

201 S. Main
Plymouth, MI 48170

Ph: (734) 453-1234
Fx: (734) 455-1892