Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
If you are having a problem with your video/cable television provider, you should first contact your provider and attempt to resolve your dispute with them. If you are not satisfied with their answer, you can file an informal complaint with the Michigan Public Service Commission. Check out their Consumer Tipsfact sheet for filing a video/cable complaint at http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mpsc/mpsc-ca_videocomplaint_275049_7.pdf
Show All Answers
No. Residents subscribing to DirectTV or other satellite systems will be unable to view SCSTV programming on their television.
You can view our latest programming as well as archived programming in the Media Center of our website at www.scsmi.net/civicmedia. Each program has a separate "channel" and can be viewed 24/7.
Citizens are permitted to use the overhead projector in the Council Chambers during the Audience Participation section of the Council agenda providing the material has been submitted to the Communications Director for review by 4:30 p.m. the Wednesday before the requested City Council meeting. The material must be in compliance with the City’s Guidelines for Visual Presentations that can be found at the City’s website at www.scsmi.net/DocumentCenter/View/3958.
The SCSTV Community Bulletin Board airs 24/7 on Comcast Channel 12, WOW Channel 18, and between regular programming on Comcast Channel 5, WOW Channel 10, and AT&T Channel 99. It provides information about special events under the "Around Our Town" section and also provides information about SCSTV programming.
The City also publishes an annual City Calendar and a City newsletter "Inside St. Clair Shores" that list City events. You can also check out our City of St. Clair Shores, Michigan- City Government Facebook Page, our Twitter and Instagram accounts and YouTube and Vimeo for more information