The City of Swartz Creek campus, which includes City Hall, the Police/Fire Departments, the Senior Center and the Perkins Library, is Located just a short distance west of Flint and immediately South of I-69. Established as a City in 1959, the City now has a population of about 5,750 residents and boasts a peaceful small town atmosphere.
The City of Swartz Creek is a full service community providing full time police coverage, fire protection, water and waste services and road maintenance services. The City also administers local assessing, planning & development, election and parks & recreation services.
These services are administered by a staff of professionals under the direction of the City Manager, Adam Zettel, who is responsible for the day to day operations of the city. The City Manager works closely with the elected City Council to develop and implement policy for the city.
The city has been served by numerous volunteers who have worked hard and continue to play a vital role in the community such as the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Board and the Downtown Development Authority (DDA). Some of our citizen volunteer groups include the Kiwanis Club, Lions Club, Swartz Creek Women’s Club, Friends of Perkins Library, Historical Society and the Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts.
Swartz Creek offers many community events such as Hometown Days, Movie Night, the Summer Concert Series and the Annual Christmas Parade.
Please feel free to contact City Hall or other City departments for information or comments on any and all City services. Click on the "Departments" tab to find a brief summary of each department and frequently used forms. You may also reach staff via email from the "Contacts" page. Your feedback is important!