Updates and Plans
Building a higher quality public street system through data-driven prioritization and restricted funding
On the May 7, 2019 ballot, City of Brighton voters approved a Headlee Override Millage Proposal for Public Street and Related Infrastructure Improvements. At a City Council meeting shortly after the successful election, City Council committed these funds to the reconstruction and maintenance of public (local) streets and related infrastructure. The City will use these restricted funds to complete public street repair and replacement projects, prioritized by available data and annually-updated capital plans. The City will communicate progress consistently and account separately for all investments through a restricted fund, outside of existing general operations. City Council have approved the necessary budget amendments and construction planning for the first two years of road work. Please stay tuned for updates here on our website as the planning phase comes together.
Title VI Non-Discrimination Plan
As a recipient of federal financial assistance, the City of Brighton must provide access to individuals with limited ability to speak, write, or understand the English language. The City will not restrict an individual in any way from the enjoyment of any advantage or privilege enjoyed by others receiving any service, financial aid, or other benefit under its programs or projects. For more information on this, please click LEARN MORE below.Learn More
COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan
To comply with relevant state and local orders related to COVID-19, we the City of Brighton, have prepared the following COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan (“Plan”). This Plan may be updated as this situation evolves or as state or local orders related to COVID-19 are issued or amended. For more information and to see the plan, click LEARN MORE below.Learn More