- Mayor Vicki Barnett announces City’s anniversary celebrations during annual State of the Cities event.
- Community festivities to include art projects and a family-friendly party with entertainment, food and fireworks.
- Celebration marks 50 years of Farmington Hills from Quaker Town to one of Oakland County’s largest and most diverse communities.
Earlier today, Farmington Hills Mayor Vicki Barnett officially kicked off Farmington Hills 50th
Anniversary celebrations themed, “Reflecting on our past to shine greater light on our future.” The announcement was made during the Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce State of the Cities breakfast. At the event, marigold seed packets were distributed and the Mayor encouraged attendees to plant them in celebration of the City’s historic five decades. The official City of Farmington Hills 50th
Anniversary party begins at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 6, 2023, at Founders Sports Park, located at 35500 W. Eight Mile Road with games, food, entertainment from Fifty Amp Fuse, and fireworks.