Business Watch

  1. BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED MILLS & LARKIN TOWNSHIPS

    The boil water advisory issued Wednesday, July 8 for City of Midland water customers in Larkin and Mills townships has been lifted. No contamination was found within the water system. Residents may resume normal water usage at this time. Read more..
  2. POST-FLOOD REBUILDING INFORMATION

    As Midland County moves into the rebuilding phase of flood recovery, it is imperative to know the requirements for construction permits and inspections for flood-damaged properties and infrastructure. Click here to read
  1. LAWN SPRINKLING BAN IN EFFECT
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An offshoot of Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch is an ideal way for businesses to get involved in fighting crime. Business owners and their employees can help deter crime within certain watch areas. Business Watch participants act as the eyes and ears of the business district, and assist police in fighting crimes that are typical in business such as larceny, credit card theft, breaking and entering, etc. Businesses can report suspicious activities to the Midland Police Department, which then follows up on leads.

Get involved in a great opportunity to join the police department in efforts to keep our community safe, while meeting other business leaders in Midland. Contact Community Relations Officer Paul McDonald for more information, at 989-839-4748.