Find answers to the most frequently asked questions and information about the most commonly used services.
In an emergency, call 911.To report a crime, come to the police station and file a report, or call the South Lyon Police Department non-emergency number: 248-412-8697.The Michigan State Police operate a number of confidential Crime Prevention Tip Lines which may also be used to report crimes.
Click here to access your accident report.
The Winter Parking ordinance (Section 90-1) was amended and approved by City Council on October 28, 2013. There is no ordinance banning the parking of vehicles on city streets between the hours of 2:00AM to 6:00AM from November 1st through March 31st.
Below is the amended Snow Emergency Ordinance:
Section 90-1. Snow Emergencies.
No person shall park or allow to remain parked on any portion of any roadway within any area within the city during a snow emergency, or park or allow to remain parked any vehicle in violation of any parking restriction instituted as part of a declared snow emergency as provided in this section. The registered owner of any such vehicle shall be responsible for the cost of removel and other applicable penalties.
Copies of police reports are obtained by contacting the Clerical Department of the South Lyon Police Department.
Criminal background checks can be requested by contacting the Clerical Department of the South Lyon Police Department, the Oakland County Sheriff or the Michigan State Police.
The City of South Lyon can provide information on the City's ordinances. Telephone: 248-437-1735.
Yes. To sign up for the Home Watch program, complete and submit a Home Watch Property Information Log.
Gun permits and registrations are obtained by contacting the Clerical Department of the South Lyon Police Department.
Yes. The free firearm storage service is provided to all residents of South Lyon.
Oakland County's Emergency Response and Preparedness Department provides information on County-wide initiatives.Information on statewide Homeland Security is available from the State of Michigan Web site.
The South Lyon Police Department can assist with lost and found pets. Further information is available in the Community Services section of this web site.
The Oakland County Animal Control Department handles livestock running at large in the South Lyon area.
No. If you have nuisance wildlife you need to contact a private pest control agency. You can find several listings in your local yellow pages.