Flint City Hall was selected as a participating site for the 7th annual Flint Water Festival carnival. The festival will take place Friday, July 1-Monday, July 4. The event is hosted by Rich Kids Inc., in partnership with several community organizations, including the Community Foundation of Greater Flint.
Mayor Sheldon Neeley says it is important that residents know that Flint City Hall is accessible to all residents.
“City Hall is the people’s space,” said Neeley. “Much like the installation of the McCree statue and the row of phenomenal women in the lobby, this administration is encouraging our partners and residents to use this space for the benefit of the public. For the first time in Flint’s history, we are hosting a carnival reminiscent of days past. I am excited and want to encourage residents to come out and enjoy the events with their families in a safe, family-friendly environment.”
Visit flintwaterfestival.com for more information.