The Mayor and City Council comprise the City of Hazel Park's legislative body. They are elected at-large for terms of two years.
Mayor Michael Webb
Mayor Michael Webb has served on the Hazel Park City Council since 2001. Prior to his service on the council he served as a Planning Commissioner for several terms, and he continues to serve on the Memorial Day Committee. Professionally, Mayor Webb is the owner of Taylor Auto Maintenance, located on John R Rd. in Hazel Park.
Mayor Pro Tem Amy Aubry
Mayor Pro-Tem Amy Aubry was elected to the Hazel Park City Council in November 2017. Locally, Amy continues to serve on the Hazel Park Arts Council and has served on the Hazel Park Zoning Board of Appeals until her election to City Council. Amy received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Oakland University and her Master of Public Administration from Wayne State University. She currently works as a Senior Policy Analyst for the Detroit City Council and has previously held positions at the Wayne County Commission, Center for Urban Studies - Wayne State University, Hospice of Michigan, and Clean Water Action.
Amy loves to work in her garden cultivating vegetables, enjoys cycling, and is a lover of all animals, big and small. She has two dogs, Sigmund and Ruby, and two house rabbits, Oxford and Comma.
Council Member Alissa Sullivan
Alissa Sullivan was elected to City Council in November 2017. Alissa moved to Hazel Park in 2000 after having lived in other surrounding cities. She chose Hazel Park as her home simply because she knew of the safe community; having a similar neighborhood dynamic to her hometown of Berkley.
After graduating from Shrine High School in Royal Oak, Alissa attended classes at OCC towards her bachelors degree- while working locally as a Vet Tech, Dental Assistant, Job Coach, Teaching Assistant and most recently as a Dog Trainer. Her varied job experience lends itself to flexiblity in thinking and an appriciation for a variety of viewpoints. She currently runs her own professional pet care business.
Alissa is an active vounteer, and currently serves/has served for the following organizations:
- Vice President of The Hazel Park Arts Council
- President and Founder of Hazel Park Community Cats (a 501c3).
- Co Chair of the Hazel Park Art Fair.
- Co Creator of the HPAC Free Kids Art in the Park at the Hazel park Growers and Makers Market.
- Commisioner on The Hazel Park Planning Commision.
- Team Lead at Detroit Animal Care &Control.
- Team Lead/Outreach Coordinator at C.H.A.I.N.E.D inc.
- Core Volunteer with DOG AID.
- Core Volunteer at The Devoted Barn.
- Donation Coordinator at Detroiters Helping Each Other.
- Volunteer with AIDSWALKDETROIT.
Councilman Andy LeCureaux has served on the Hazel Park City Council since 2001. He is the owner/operator of Andrew’s Appliance Installation. Mr. LeCureaux serves as Hazel Park’s delegate to the Southeast Oakland Resource Recovery Authority and the Michigan Municipal League. Mr. LeCureaux is also a member of the Hazel Park Youth Assistance Committee and the Hazel Park Art Council.
Council Member Bethany Holland
Bethany Holland was appointed to the City Council on January 10, 2017 to fill the vacancy created when Jeffrey Keeton was elevated to the office of Mayor. Beth and her husband Gary are longtime residents of Hazel Park. Beth Holland has an extensive history of community service, having contributed thousands of hours volunteering in various areas of the community over the years. Some of those efforts include serving as Volunteer Team Leader at the Hazel Park Animal Control Shelter, serving as Chairperson of the Ford Road Block Club, and serving as the citizen coordinator for Hazel Park’s Neighborhood Watch Program. She has also volunteered at multiple Memorial Day Festivals, pet vaccinations, and numerous other special events. Beth has also served as member of the Historical Commission for the past year, and she will continue to do so. Beth was educated at Brandon High School, Oakland Community College, and University of Detroit.