Oakland Co Lights Courthouse In Blue To Support Detroit Lions

Metro Detroit Community NewsPontiac, MI - Oakland County is lighting up the Sixth Circuit Court Building with blue lights in support of the NFC North Champion Detroit Lions.

Beginning Thursday, January 25, 2024 through Sunday, January 28, 2024 the white exterior of the upper part of the courthouse will be bathed in a color similar to the Lions’ iconic uniforms.

Fans driving by the Oakland County government campus, located at 1200 N. Telegraph Road in Pontiac, who want to show their Lions pride are welcome to stop to take a selfie in front of the circuit court building on any of these nights. There’s parking in the lot just south of the courthouse.

Oakland County’s electronic roadside signs on northbound Telegraph on the government campus will also have celebratory messages cheering on the team.

The last time the courthouse was illuminated was in November during the days leading up to Veterans Day, in which it was lit in green to honor those who served in the military.

Go Lions!

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