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DHPD Officer Recognized by Carnegie Hero Fund Commission

Congratulations to DHPD Sgt. Scott Keller, who was recently recognized by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission for an act of outstanding selfless heroism.  On July 1, Keller responded to a call relating to a house fire, and was the first responder on the scene. Learning there was still a child in the burning, smoke-filled house, he entered, located the 7-year old child, and carried him out to safety. Keller and the child were both transported to the hospital, where they were treated for smoke inhalation. 

Congratulations Sergeant Keller – well done!

 

Resident recognized for extinguishing home fire

Mayor Dan Paletko joined Fire Chief Dave Brogan and members of the Dearborn Heights Fire Department visited Harding Street resident David Kile last week to recognize him for his part in extinguishing a Powers Street home fire before it grew into a catastrophic event. The fire originated in a trash barrel filled with construction material that was located next to the house, and was beginning to ignite the side of the house. Mr. Kile quickly extinguished the fire, and continued to hose down the affected areas of the house, keeping them under control until the Fire Department arrived.

Well done, Mr. Kile - THANK YOU for helping keep our neighborhoods safe!

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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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