Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
Show All Answers
Please visit BS&A Online to learn more about your property taxes.
Visit the Michigan Voter website to find your precinct.
You can review the most current issue of the Insider Magazine Newsletter here.
Additionally, past issues are also available for review.
Check out the Holiday Pick-Up policy.
Find out about Bus Tickets.
Brush pick up is done on Wednesdays. If you have any branches, trim limbs or large brush that needs to be picked up please place it on the easement along the curb. The city's truck will be by to put these items through the shredder. We ask that brush and tree limbs be placed with ends facing in the same direction. All other items which fit into brown kraft yard waste bags will be picked up by Rizzo Services on your regular solid waste pick up day. Yard Waste is picked up only from April 1st to November 30th of each year.
Contact City Hall at 586-757-6800
New Medical Marihuana Ordinances information.
Taxes can be paid on BS&A Online
We have Ancestry.
When he/she can write their own name.
Center Line residents with a valid driver's license or state issued ID can get a library card. If you just moved into Center Line and don't have your new address updated on your ID, you would also need a mortgage/rent receipt or utility bill in your name.
Yes, there are 9 computers for the public. You need your library card number and PIN to log on. The Library also has one computer that is designated for the library catalog (no log in required).
No. We currently issue guest passes to people outside of our service area with proper ID, one per day for 30 minutes. There will be a $1 charge for guest passes.
Yes, the Library has Wi-Fi.
Yes. You can email items to Print Library.
Your card may be expired, you may have a fine, or you may not have the correct PIN. The clerks at the circulation desk can help you figure it out with your proper ID.
Tax forms are available in the Library lobby from usually the end of January through April. Forms are also available online for federal taxes or state taxes.
Yes, your Center Line Library card will work at all libraries in Macomb County (except for Harrison Township) and also at the Troy Public Library and the Harper Woods Public Library because we all belong to the library cooperative called the Suburban Library Cooperative.
No. Every library has different requirements for issuing library cards because libraries are funded mostly by local taxes. However, you are able to borrow items from most libraries in the state through MeLCat which is a federally funded program through the State of Michigan. Visit the Michigan eLibrary website to have items sent directly to your home library or ask a librarian to help you. Or you can get a MILibraryCard sticker for your library card that will allow you to visit other participating libraries in the state and borrow print materials. To find out more visit the MILibraryCard website.
Yes. The Library Director will consider anything you suggest, however it is not a guarantee that it will be purchased. It must fit into the budget and meet criteria normally considered for any purchase. Contact the Library Director.
Send complaints to the Library Director. Please include your contact information if you would like a response. Thank you for your feedback!
Bus tickets are only available at City Hall. Bus schedules are available at the Library (7345 Weingartz Street), the Recreation Building (25355 Lawrence Avenue), or City Hall (7070 East Ten Mile Road).
The charge for printing is $0.15 per page for black and white copies. The Library does not have a color printer.
Yes, the charge is $0.10 per page. It has a document feeder and is able to make 2-sided copies.
No. Center Line residents may fax at City Hall (7070 East Ten Mile Road) for $1 for the first page and $0.25 per page after.
Yes. You can scan from the copy machine directly to an email address.
For overdue fines, please visit our "About the Library" page.
Yes, there are 10 computers for the public. You need your library card number and PIN to log on. The Library also has one iPad that is designated for the library catalog (no log in required).
Yes, your Center Line Library card will work at all libraries in Macomb County and also at the Troy Public Library and the Harper Woods Public Library because we all belong to the library cooperative called the Suburban Library Cooperative.
The charge for printing is $0.15 per page for black and white copies. The Library does not have a color printer. We do have a color copy machine, and you can save files in PDF format to a USB drive and print at the color copy machine for $0.50 per page.
Yes, scanning is available at the self-serve copy machine. You can scan and send directly to an email address.
No, but you can scan and email from the copy machine. If you need to fax, Center Line residents may fax at City Hall (7070 East Ten Mile Road) for $1 for the first page and $0.25 per page after.
Our game room has:
Residents 18 and over must present valid identification. Adult residents and high school students with school ID may use the pool tables. No one under the age of ten will be allowed in the game room. A wide range of board and activities are available to all ages. If you have any questions please call the Rec Center at 586-757-1610.
You do not have to be a Center Line resident to rent our facility. Valid identification is needed to reserve the rooms along with a $50 deposit. The balance is due 30 days prior to the party. The game room is available for an additional fee.
Rooms are available to rent from September through May. Call 586-757-1610 for availability during June, July and August.
Pavilions are available for residents and non-residents. Fees are $50 during the week. Weekend fees are $75 for residents and non-profit organizations. $100 for non-residents and corporate groups. Valid identification with current address must be presented in order to reserve a pavilion. Payment in full is due at the time of rental.
We will begin taking reservations for Center Line residents on February 1 each year and throughout the summer. Pavilion rentals will open up to non-residents on May 1.