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Please note: The number of cases listed each day for Livonia is subject to change as Wayne County updates its reports. Sometimes cases are originally assigned to the City of Livonia that are later re-assigned to the permanent address of an individual who tests positive. 


Information on this page is provided as a service by the City of Livonia in response to resident questions and comments about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our COVID-19 Situation Reports (see below) summarize the most recent statistics, national and state developments, and actions taken locally in a one-page, data-rich report produced by Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan’s office. 

Please refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more complete information. 

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The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has launched a state hotline for health-related questions regarding COVID-19. Call 1-888-535-6136 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day.

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Michigan residents seeking more information about the COVID-19 vaccine can visit the State of Michigan website. As additional information and resources become available, it will be posted to this site.

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The City of Livonia asks residents and visitors who need to visit City Hall to make an appointment with the relevant department to conduct their business with the City. Please consult the list of contact information below and our "What’s Open in Livonia" webpage to contact the Department directly to see socially-distanced options for meeting your needs. Information about what business can be conducted online, by phone or via the City’s red mailbox is available on the page. All visitors to City Hall must wear a mask or face covering as required by Governor Whitmer’s executive order.

Please consult the Parks & Recreation Department and Public Library’s websites and social media pages for updates on what programs are available. The Kirksey Recreation Center is open to members and class participants only. Capacity limits are strictly enforced. The Livonia Public Library is open for Grab and Go service. They are also offering a book pick-up and drop-off program, as well as some on-line options for patrons. The Civic Park Senior Center is offering limited outdoor exercise classes. Please contact the Senior Center for days and times.


General City Line: (734) 466-2200
16th District Court: (734) 466-2500
Livonia Police Department (non-emergency): (734) 466-2470
Livonia Fire Department (non-emergency): (734) 466-2444
Department of Public Works: (734) 466-2655
Livonia Community Transit: (734) 466-2700
Parks and Recreation: (734) 466-2900
Housing: (248) 477-7086
Assessor: (734) 466-2220
Inspections: (734) 466-2580
Water Billing: (734) 466-2278
Senior Center: (734) 466-2555

Visit the 16th District Court page for more information.

Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan shares an update on the Vaccinate Livonia program. Residents 50+ can make an appointment for Wednesday, April 14 at the Civic Park Senior Center in Livonia. Visit to make an appointment.

Video recorded March 31

Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan provides an update on the City's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wayne County announces 76 new Livonia residents have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours.  That is the sixth-highest single-day total since the beginning of the pandemic last March!
If you are a Livonia Public Schools family and you are traveling for spring break, mark your calendars for a free post-spring break COVID-19 test! The state is setting up a drive-through site at Stevenson High School on Saturday, April 3 from noon-7 p.m. Visit for more information.

  Video recorded March 31

Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan provides an update on Livonia's status in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. To ensure social distancing, residents will need to make an appointment to access services at City Hall. For more information, please review the “What’s Open in Livonia” update about the status of your favorite program or city service.

  Video recorded Nov. 17