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Help us get rid of those pesky yellow weeds!

The last few days of beautiful weather have given us blossoms on trees, perennial flowers in bloom and neighborhoods alive with children playing and dogs being walked. 

Unfortunately, along with our beautiful weather also comes the seasonal outbreak of dandelions – which can create an unpleasant appearance for an otherwise well-manicured lawn.

Dandelions are noxious weeds and are enforced as such.  The good news is, residents typically don't need to hire an expensive lawn service to rid the risk of these weeds ruining the appearance of their lawn (and spreading into the neighbors’ lawns). A bag (or bottle for garden hose application) of fairly inexpensive “weed and feed” applied to your lawn will do the trick to stop these weeds from spreading throughout your neighborhood.

Please take the time to take care of your lawn and keep our neighborhoods beautiful and well kept!

 

 

Dearborn Heights Celebrates Arbor Day with Tree Planting

Mayor Dan Paletko joined city officials, staff and volunteers for a May 2 tree planting in celebration of Arbor Day 2018. The tree, a Cleveland Pear tree, was planted near the entrance to the city's Parkland Park. 2018 marks the 26th year Dearborn Heights has held the Arbor Day Foundation's "Tree City" status.

 

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: The Dearborn Heights Ordinance & Animal Control Department will once again be partnering with the Michigan Humane Society to host a Low Cost Animal Vaccination Clinic on Sunday, July 8th from 9AM-1PM outside of City Hall. Check back for more information in the coming months. If you have any questions, please contact the Ordinance Department at (313) 791-3497.

 

 

 

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For your information

IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR ANY VEHICLE TO BE PARKED ON CITY STREETS ON THE DAY  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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