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Saline City Government
100 N Harris St, Saline, MI 48176
Saline City Government is located in the heart of downtown Saline off of North Harris Street. The building houses theMore offices of the mayor, the city manager, treasurer, city clerk, police department and many other city departments. This is also where city meetings such as planning commission, zoning boards and more  are held.
Saline Reporter
106 W Michigan Ave, Saline, MI 48176
The Saline Reporter has been providing the City of Saline and surrounding communities with local news about governmentMore and sports since 1948. The downtown Saline offices are also home to other seven other weekly Heritage newspapers, including the Milan News-Leader, The View (Belleville), Ypsilanti Courier, the Chelsea Standard, the Dexter Leader, Manchester Enterprise and the Ann Arbor Journal.
Saline Area Fire Department
205 E Michigan Ave, Saline, MI 48176
The Saline Area Fire Department serves the City of Saline and the Saline, York and Lodi townships. The department'sMore mission is to provide fire suppression, rescue and fire prevention to the citizens in this area. The department is led by Fire Chief Craig Hoeft and Deputy Chief Charles Schaible. They lead a 26-member department which includes eight full-time firefighters.
Saint Joseph Mercy Saline Hospital
400 W Russell St, Saline, MI 48176
Located in the City of Saline,  St. Joseph Mercy Saline provides outpatient services to the region. The hospitalMore provides 24-hour emergency care, a short-stay unit, outpatient surgeries, laboratory services, radiology, physical therapy and more. The Community Health Pavilion is home to classes, lectures and events dealing with health and wellness.
Saline Area Chamber of Commerce
141 E Michigan Ave, Saline, MI 48176
The Saline Area Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit civic organization that is dedicated to helping Saline become aMore better place to live and work. It represents nearly 500 members (businesses and individuals), largely from Saline and its surrounding townships. The chamber hosts community events and projects and offers member services to enhance the city's economic well-being. Member opportunities include directory listings, event sponsorships, advertising opportunities and more. 
Township of Saline
5731 Braun Rd, Saline, MI 48176
The Saline Township Board is made up of a supervisor, clerk, treasurer and two trustees. The board meets at 7:30 p.m. onMore the second Monday of each month at the Saline Township Hall. The rural township has experienced growth in recent years, as SEMCOG estimates the population has increased from 1,300 to 1,800 people since the 2000 census. The township is southwest of the City of Saline. The township hall does not include regular township offices. 
Saline City Hall
100 N Harris St, Saline, MI 48176
Saline City Hall is a government office that houses various departments and elected officials, including the cityMore mayor and the police department. The building is also the site of numerous services provided to residents, including passport processing, licensing and business services. 
City of Saline Police Deptartment
100 N Harris St, Saline, MI 48176

The Saline Police Department provides law enforcement services to the City of Saline. The department, led by longtimeMore Chief Paul Bunten and Deputy Chief Jack Ceo, features two sergeants, a detective, a records officer, administrative assistant, 12 patrol officers, eight reserve officers and eight dispatchers.

The department 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, providing traffic enforcement, criminal investigations, youth intervention programs like D.A.R.E., bike patrols and property watch.

Saline Railroad Depot Museum
402 N Ann Arbor St, Saline, MI 48176
The Saline Railroad Depot Museum still sits on its original site. In the freight room-turned-museum, it also features aMore freight house, telegraph and passenger facilities. Operated by the Saline Area Historical Society, the depot is four blocks north of downtown, set back off North Ann Arbor Street, tucked behind a party store. The land is owned by the City of Saline and the building was given to the Saline Historic District Commission by David and Dean Zahn. The Depot Museum is open Saturdays for browsing and guided tours. If the railroad lights are flashing, the depot is open. Groups larger than 10 require a reservation.
Saline Department of Public Works
1234 Tefft Ct, Saline, MI 48176
The City of Saline Department of Public Works is responsible for drinking water production and distribution, sanitaryMore and storm sewer collection systems, trash removal, recycling, yard waste programs, vehicle fleet services, transit, park maintenance, support for community events, major and local street repair and maintenance, sidewalk repair, streetlights, street signs, traffic signals and cemetery operations.
Saline City Government
1866 Woodland Dr, Saline, MI 48176

The Saline Recreational Facility has a plethora of activities and resources for Saline residents. This full-serviceMore gym features equipment that will help members maintain their cardio and strength-training goals and produces a high-quality environment for a cost that is generally less than a commercial gym. The gym has convenient hours and many fitness classes to choose from. Additionally, the recreation building has meeting rooms and other areas that can be used by individuals or groups in the community.