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SWOCC Studios
33300 W 9 Mile Rd, Farmington, MI 48336
Southwestern Oakland Cable Commission (SWOCC) Studios provides public, government and educational access televisionMore services to the communities of Farmington, Farmington Hills and Novi. SWOCC was formed in 1982, as the result of a joint operating agreement among the three cities and MetroVision, which was the cable service provider at that time. The facility has two studios, one with a 27 x 35 studio space and one with a 12 x 16 studio space, which are available for public access television productions. The studio is also available for rent to commercial users. SWOCC also offers DVD duplication and tape transfer services.
City of Farmington Hills Division of Public Works
27245 Halsted Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48331
The City of Farmington Hills Division of Public Works, which is part of the Department of Public Services,  housesMore the programs that are most vital to the community, including road maintenance and construction, trash removal and recycling, water and sewer. Residents should call this department if they have concerns regarding standing water in a ditch, the condition of a paved or unpaved road, dead trees that are impeding traffic or similar problems. DPW is responsible for day-to-day management of refuse and recycling services, which are provided by Waste Management. The DPW building has a drop-off bin for battery disposal that is accessible at all times.
City of Farmington Municipal Offices
23600 Liberty St, Farmington, MI 48335

City of Farmington residents will find access to many services in their municipal building, located next to theMore Farmington Community Library Downtown Farmington branch on Liberty Street. A ramped entrance and circular drive are located on the west side of the building, while ample parking, including reserved short-term and handicapped-accessible spots, are adjacent to the east entrance.

The Farmington Public Safety Department, including both police and fire services, is housed in this building, as are the offices of the City Manager, Clerk, Treasurer and Assessor's offices. Residents may visit City Hall to obtain licenses and permits, register to vote, pay their property taxes and water/sewer bills and obtain a wide range of information about the city. The Farmington City Council, city commissions and committees meet in Council Chambers and adjacent meeting rooms. 

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