Past issues of our bi-weekly e-newsletter can be read by clicking the links. A brief summary of each newsletter will be listed. Newsletters are in chronological order with the most recent at the top.
Information on upcoming events including a Pontiac Community Heart and Soul Value Statement meeting, Parks and Rec's annual Family Fall Fest, and how the Pontiac Fire Department can help with car seat safety.
Introducing Tourism Director Ellie Alexander and Library Director Kristin Holzhauer. Also includes information on the proposed bike trail plan and upcoming events.
Introducing Streets Department Head Chris Brock and Parks and Recreation Department Head Taylor Baxter. Also includes information on upcoming events.
Introducing Building and Zoning Department Head David Wilson and Wastewater Treatment Plant Department Head Jacob Kinkade. Also includes an article about fall tree planting and Dinner Theatre Season Subscriptions.
Introducing Fire Chief Jacob Campbell and Police Chief Jim Woolford. Also includes an article about Fire Department promotions and grant funding.
Announcing Fire Chief Runyon's retirement. Also includes back to school information and the Community Art Center's Art Walk.
Information on mosquito control and the final Rockin' at the River concert of the summer.
Announcing Mayor Russell's retirement. Also an article on fire hydrant testing as well as information on fundraising for the Chautauqua Pool Memorial.
Information on the Independence Day Celebration and the remaining Rockin' at the River dates.
Introducing City Clerk Sharon Durham and City Treasurer Carole Peterson. Also includes an article on summer projects and the new Community Calendar.
Introducing Ward 1 Council Members Bill Alvey and Bill Swanson. Also includes an article on Pontiac summer traditions.
Introducing Ward 2 Council Members Bill Kallas and Kelly Eckhoff. Also includes an article on summer fun.
Introducing Ward 3 Council Members Don Hicks and Jerry Causer. Also includes an article on pedestrian safety.
Introducing Ward 4 Council Members Jamie Bradshaw and Curt Meyers. Also includes an article on spring projects.
Introducing Ward 5 Council Members John Wille and Brian Gabor. Also includes an article on waste collection.