COVID-19 Information

A message to City residents:

The past almost six months has been difficult for everyone dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.   Our daily lives have been interrupted and for many this has been a very stressful time and one of uncertainty.

Although the Governor has lifted the Stay at Home restriction, our small businesses suffered a major financial setback during the shutdown and I encourage our residents to shop and dine in Port Huron.   We are now in Phase 4 of a six-phase plan and for more details visit

Even though we are experiencing more freedoms, it is important that we remain vigilant in keeping ourselves and others safe.   It is still important that we follow the guidelines of social distancing, wearing masks and washing our hands frequently.

The City offices are open and we continue to serve our residents.  Thank you for your cooperation and patience during the past months and into the future.

Pauline M. Repp, Mayor



Municipal Office Center Reopening Information


City CDBG COVID-19 Relief Plan

St. Clair County Food Distribution Options

Health Information and Resources
St. Clair County Health Depart COVID-19 Information
MDHHS, Interim Recommendations for COVID-19

State of Michigan COVID-19 Information

Resident Resources
City Operations
Parks and Rec Notice

Mental Health Support
St. Clair County Community Mental Health
COVID-19 Support

Senior Citizen Resources
Council on Aging/Meals on Wheels

Unemployment and Job Resources
Unemployment Filing Information

Small Businesses and Economic Resources
EDA Small Business Resources
Chamber of Commerce Resources

Downtown Port Huron

Downtown Port Huron Eats
Downtown Port Huron Stores

Community Support
ThumbCoast Regional Response Fund
Port Huron Community Fund