Dear Romulus Friends & Neighbors:

We are all living during this unsettling pandemic and life as we know it may never be same. I’m hoping this letter finds you all safe and healthy.

My name is Alan Lambert, and I have dedicated nearly 40 years of service to the City of Romulus. I am seeking to return to the Mayor’s Officer to finish what I started. My Community service background is:

  • Romulus Police Officer for 14 years;
  • Romulus School Board Member for 3 years;
  • Romulus Councilman for 7 years;
  • Romulus Mayor for 12 years, retired in 2013

I would like to share just a few of our many accomplishments my Team and I were able to implement to improve the quality of life for our residents:

  • Built the state-of-the-art Romulus Athletic Center
  • Built a new Romulus Senior Center
  • Built a new Romulus Animal Shelter
  • All three buildings were funded WITHOUT raising taxes
  • Initiated Operation Fresh Look, which accomplished demolishing hundreds of blighted and dangerous structures in our City, cleaning up our City
  • Created the very first 24/7 Romulus Fire Department and doubled their manpower
  • Searched for, and found a grocer willing to open a new supermarket in our Downtown area

I’m running for Mayor again in 2021 because I share the concerns of many residents and business owners regarding the safety in our Community. I don’t feel that our residents are safe due to the low number of police officers patrolling our streets. Response times are at an all time high, even after a public safety millage was passed.

I have a plan to immediately put more police on the streets in our neighborhoods and without additional cost. Furthermore, I will mandate cultural diversity and sensitivity training for all officers regardless of rank. We simply MUST decrease our response times for emergency situations, and we MUST treat all of our residents equally.

You will see the other issues we intend to improve on the Platform page of our website:

In summary, when elected Mayor, I will do whatever it takes to protect our residents and our City. More importantly, due to this pandemic and for years after, we will all be facing challenges that we can’t fully predict yet, but will require immediate action. These are critical times in our City and it is crucial for us to have a proven leader. I got the City through the Recession of 2009, and I will get the City through these critical times.

Thank you, and may God Bless us all.

411 Therapy teams up with Former Romulus Mayor Alan Lambert in donating face masks, gloves, and hand sanitizers to Romulus Senior Citizens

Romulus, MI, April 22, 2020 – 411 Therapy is a leading provider of physical therapy to those who have been involved in an auto accident. They are a proponent of local philanthropy and will be giving back to the community once again by teaming up with Former Romulus Mayor Alan Lambert in donating several hundred face masks, gloves, and hand sanitizers to the two largest senior citizen complexes in the City: Romulus Towers and Whispering Willows. The event will take place on Friday, April 24 at Noon at the Whispering Willows Senior Co-Op at 11100 Wayne Road, Romulus, MI Lambert says they are concentrating on the seniors who are some of the most susceptible to the virus. Lambert would like to offer to any other Romulus Senior Citizens who may need a mask to call him at 734-941-6677, and he will personally deliver to their doorstep. 411 Therapy is open Monday through Friday from 9 am – 6 pm and located at 23265 Northwestern Highway, Suite 300, Southfield, MI 48075

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