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Unfortunately, residents subscribing to DirectTV or other satellite systems cannot view SCSTV programming on their television.
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During the pandemic, our printing company suffered a paper shortage. To make up for this, the city newsletter is now being published monthly with a detailed calendar on the back page. You can also view the city's calendar on the front page of the website. You can check for updates in our news section.
You can find events on the front page of our website, and the city's Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram pages.
Community events are also broadcasted 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.
The city also publishes a city newsletter "Inside St. Clair Shores" that list events.
You can view our latest programming as well as archived programming in the Media Center of our website. Each program has a separate "channel" and can be viewed 24/7.
Three cable providers have video franchises to operate in St. Clair Shores:
If you are having a problem with your video/cable television provider, 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.
During the "Audience Participation" portion of council meetings, citizens can use the overhead projector to show pictures or documents. All material must be approved prior to the meeting. Submit your material for review by emailing the Communications Director by 4:30 p.m., the Wednesday before the council meeting.
View our City's Guidelines for Visual Presentations to find our rules and regulations.
We'd love to hear your idea. Email the Communications Director Steve Foulkrod or call us at 586-447-3389.