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Happy 4th!

 

We hope you have a happy and safe July 4 holiday.  If your celebration plans include fireworks, please do it safely, and in accordance with the city’s ordinances.

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Rotary & City Officials dedicate Peace Pole on Dearborn Heights City Hall Grounds

Representatives and friends of the Dearborn Heights Rotary joined City officials last week to dedicate the newest addition to the City Hall grounds - the Peace Pole. The pole, one of over 100,000 placed in various spots worldwide is inscribed with the term "May Peace Prevail on Earth" in 4 languages - English, Arabic, Polish and Spanish (as well as in Braile).

 

DHFD Awarded Grant to Purchase New Resources

The Dearborn Heights Fire Department was recently awarded a Federal grant which enabled them to purchase a number of new fire safety and informational tools. Among the resources purchased was a new LED informational "messaging" sign, which has been installed in front of the Department's Beech Daly Headquarters.

 

 

Coming Soon...

Our Ordinance and Animal Control Department is pleased to announce that in partnership with the Michigan Humane Society, we are hosting our 3rd annual low cost animal vaccination clinic on Sunday, July 30th from 10:00am to 2:00pm at 6045 Fenton, in front of City Hall. Plan to come early to get a jump start in line.
If you're interested in volunteering that day or for questions/more information, please call 313-791-3497.

 

For your information

IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR ANY VEHICLE TO BE PARKED ON CITY STREETS ON THE DAY THAT RUBBISH PICK-UP IS SCHEDULED. VIOLATORS CAN AND WILL BE TICKETED.

For information on purchasing additional waste/recycling containers, Click Here. 

Click Here to View a Cart Placement Update Letter.  This letter was mailed out on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 via first class mail.

 

Did you know?

Did you know that Dearborn Heights City Hall has notaries on-hand? They would be happy to assist you Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the Mayor’s Office or in the Human Resource Department. No appointments are necessary but you may call Marian at 313-791-3420 to avoid any lines.

 

Mayor Dan Paletko

 

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