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Goddard Road Construction Update 

The Goddard Road Reconstruction Project started July 8, 2014; this project will be done in two construction seasons. The portion from the railroad tracks (east of Shook) to Wayne Road will occur during the current 2014 construction season. The section from the railroad tracks west (downtown) to Romaine will be constructed in the 2015 construction season. The traffic flow into the downtown will be one way east to west on Goddard Road from Wayne Road. The downtown businesses will be open, please follow the detour signs.

Goddard Road from Wayne Road currently has the east bound and left turn lanes removed from Wayne Road to Hunt Street. The CSX Railroad is also currently under construction at the CSX Railroad Crossing, with full road closure at the railroad tracks until July 30th, 2014. The roadway will be reopened for west bound traffic after the CSX railroad crossing has been completed. The contractor began the base preparations for the pavement section during the week of July 21st, 2014.

For further updates and information regarding the status of this construction project, please visit To see a map of this and the other 2014 season road projects for the City, County and State, please click here.

Water Quality Update

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Community participation invited to

“Envision Romulus” Vision Plan

Romulus officials invite the community to participate in the next stage of “Envision Romulus”, the City’s vision plan for the future. A public open house is scheduled for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 6, at the Romulus Athletic Center, 35765 Northline Road.
The open house will engage residents, the business community, school officials, clergy members, civic leaders and others in creating a vision for the city. Participants work alongside city officials to develop a vision that will respond to public sentiment and aspirations, react to changing market conditions, build on best management practices, and is mindful of current and future economic and social conditions in the community.
The vision plan is being built almost exclusively on public involvement, gathering information and consensus around a shared desired outcome for the community. To date members of the community have been asked to consider “ideas for the future” and the “kind of community they want to be part of.” Topics have included the environment, economic development, infrastructure, housing, transportation, community services, recreation and open space, and the community image and brand.
A Community Summit on June 4 attracted dozens of participants who answered questions and provided perspective regarding the future of the community. A community survey of 300 residents and 100 non-residents was also conducted to gain perspective on how the city is perceived internally and externally.
The August 6th meeting will include a presentation of the results compiled from the June Summit and community survey, as well as online feedback gained from the project website Following the presentation participants will be engaged in an interactive workshop. During the workshop a draft vision framework will be presented, and participants will have the opportunity to identify specific actions that need to be accomplished to achieve the community’s’ vision. Participants will also be asked to prioritize elements of the vision that they feel are most important to achieve their desired vision.
Project manager Aaron Domini, senior planner with OHM Advisors, a regional architecture, engineering and planning firm, said the process has provided “a fair assessment of the intuitive knowledge” of residents and other participants.
“We will use the information to shape the vision and goals and objectives,” Domini said. “The key is the community’s wants and aspirations. It’s truly the community’s plan.”
Domini called the turnout at the Community Summit “exceptional” during what was a busy time of the year for many people.
“To me, it says that the community is very interested in participating in the process and making sure voices are heard in shaping the community,” he added. “It’s also a reflection of community pride. I hope the August 6th turnout is equally as exceptional”.

The City of Romulus is accepting applications for Dispatcher

Applications are being accepted through August 29, 2014 and are available here or at the Human Resources Department in the lower level of City Hall. Please click here to find the job description.


The City of Romulus is accepting applications for a 

Part-Time Ordinance Officer

Applications are being accepted through August 22, 2014 and are available here or at the Human Resources Department in the lower level of City Hall. Please click here to find the job description.


The City of Romulus is hiring Certified or Certifiable Police Officers. Please click here to find the job description and application.

The City of Romulus is accepting applications for

Part-Time and Full-Time Firefighters/EMTs

Job description & questionnaire can be found below. All applications must be submitted to the City Human Resources Department located at

11111 Wayne Rd., Romulus, MI 48174.

For more information please call (734) 942-7512

Part-Time Firefighter/EMT Announcement

Full-Time Firefighter/Paramedic Announcement

Background Questionnaire

General Application


We are pleased to introduce our YouTube Channel! 

We will be updating it regularly with the most current City Council meetings and cable programming from our Community and Government Comcast  Channels!


City of Romulus Official YouTube Channel












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