MORE ...



The Village of Bingham Farms is looking for residents to fill two vacancies on the Planning Commission. The Commission regularly meets on the second Tuesday of the month. The purpose of the Commission is to prepare and periodically update the Village Master Plan, to review potential development concepts, lot splits and discuss or recommend possible amendments to the Village's Zoning Ordinance.

An application may be found on the Village website,  Click on "online forms" at the bottom of the Home Page and then on "Volunteer Application" and submit the completed form to the Village Clerk.

Spread the word. If you know anyone who might be interested in such a position and is willing to volunteer a few hours a month, have them call the Village office or submit an application via email

Any questions or need more information, call the Village Clerk at 248.644.0044.

The Birmingham Farmers Market

The sweet smell of flowers and fresh baked goods will grace Public Parking Lot 6 (located at 660 North Old Woodward next to Cafe Succo) as the market returns for its 16th season. Warming temperatures, live music and comradery among shoppers add to the lively event, which draws thousands each Sunday throughout the season. The market will be open from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. every Sunday from May 6 through October 28.

Children will receive free balloons on Opening Day. There is also a Kids Zone area with a craft provided by Birmingham First, and live entertainment will be performed by The John Patrick Peters Band. We look forward to seeing you there!

Become a Birmingham Farmers Market Volunteer

Volunteering at the Birmingham Farmers Market is a great way to get involved with your community and it's a fun atmosphere! Short shift opportunities include market setup, helping at the information tent, packaging customers' purchases, assisting children at the Kids Zone and more! Download our Volunteer Registration Form and become a Birmingham Farmers Market volunteer!

Here come the POTHOLES. With temperatures falling and rising, inevitably potholes will be another irritant to deal with. If you see a major pothole, call the Road Commission of Oakland County at 248.858.4804. The Road Commission website is: They also just introduced an APP for your phone.

The Oakland County Food Policy Council (OCFPC) has launched a county-wide Food System Assessment Survey to gather information about healthy eating habits in Oakland County. The results from this survey will be used to inform a plan to improve access to healthy food options, reduce barriers to food, and find ways to collaborate among partners. Anyone over 18 is invited to participate.

The Food System Assessment Survey is available here and on the ECHO website. In the rotating banner choose Food Policy Council and a link to the Food System Assessment will be on the right side.

Did you know that that NEXT (formerly known as (BASCC) Birmingham Area Senior Coordinating Council) has FREE SENIOR TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE

View the Baldwin Public Library's Current Event Calendar here

Online Crime Mapping Tool Available

Board & Committee Applicants Sought to Impact Birmingham's Future
Citizens have an opportunity to share ideas and make a difference in their community by serving on City of Birmingham boards and committees. Those who serve help shape the future of the community by serving in an advisory capacity to the City Commission. Click here for more information and to download the application, or call (248) 530-1880.

Submit Tips through OK2SAY Student Safety Initiative
Details ...

Comcast channel 15 channel 18 channel 17
ATT channel 99 channel 99 channel 99
WOW channel 10 channel 18 channel 15

Helpful Tips to guide you to your PEG channel 99 on AT&T ”…. Go to channel 99 and push ok. Next, a full screen will appear and you will need to push ok. A list of Communities will appear, highlight the Birmingham area and push ok. Another list will appear with the option to choose education, government or public programming. Highlight the category that works for you and push ok. That will take you to what is airing LIVE at that time. Enjoy!

Our Mission:

It is the mission of the Board to advocate for the City of Birmingham and the Villages of Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms and Franklin and their citizens in order to maximize the quality and value of services of cable and related communications providers and support the delivery of public, educational and governmental programming. The BACB is a volunteer citizen body formed by inter-local agreement between the four communities mentioned above...

Read More