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Office of the Mayor
On January 18, 2023, the City Council voted Michael P. Londeau as the 9th Mayor of the City. Mayor Londeau, 44 years old, is a lifelong resident of Westland and most recently served as the Westland City Council President Pro-Tem.
Prior to being elected to City Council, Mayor Londeau served as the Chairman of the Westland Downtown Development Authority (DDA), a member of the Westland Master Plan Steering Committee, Board Member of the Westland Youth Assistance Advisory Committee, member of the Parks and Recreation Advisory and several other city committees and volunteering duties and positions with local non-profit organizations.
“It is a truly an honor to be the Mayor of the city I have spent my whole life in. I want to thank the Westland City Council for this opportunity. I look forward to demonstrating my work ethic and results driven agenda to our 85,000 residents.” - Mayor Michael P. Londeau
A Commitment to the Citizens of Westland
From the first day of his administration, Mayor Londeau has committed to the citizens of Westland to make one of Michigan's great cities even better. Mayor Londeau will follow through on that promise by strengthening core priorities such as:
- Clean and safe neighborhoods
- Creating a healthier and more vibrant community
- Exercising sound fiscal management
- Finding efficiencies within government
- Protecting the environment
- Public safety
- Enhancing Westland's Image and Brand
Because of the work of his predecessor, Westland was recognized as one of America's top 50 places to live, work, and play by Wall Street 24/7. Mayor Londeau is working to continue that trend and have the City of Westland to continue to be listed as one of America's best places to live, work, and play.
As the City's CEO, Mayor Londeau will provide oversight over the City's balanced operating budget of over seventy million dollars and all City departments, comprising over four hundred employees.
With continued emphasis on transparency and easy accessibility in governance, and sustained improvements in public services delivery, the City has become a favorite destination for medium and small businesses as well as families looking for a thriving place to live, work, play, and grow.