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    Yard Waste Pickup began April 1 

    Roll out your green City yard waste bin on your regular refuse pick-up day starting Monday, April 1. Carts are easy to use around the yard, have no weight limit, and can be purchased at City Hall for $65. You may also place yard debris in waste containers labeled with a “yard waste sticker” or use a biodegradable brown paper bag available from local stores, but with a 50 pound limitation. Please do not mix yard waste with household rubbish, and do not place it in plastic bags. Branches and limbs should be place neatly at the curb all facing the same direction, not more than 6 feet in length. Intertwined brush should be bundled. Yard waste accumulated by private landscapers should be removed by the contractor, and will not be collected by the City.           

    DTE Gas Renewal Project

    DTE is now in the second year of a project to replace all of the gas mains in the community with high pressure lines.  The new mains will connect to each home and business with new gas meters at each location. Last year the project focused on the section of the City between Maumee and Jefferson. This year, DTE will first focus on the area south of Jefferson.  At the same time, separate crews will construct a new gas main loop for the rest of the City along Cadieux, Mack and Fisher Roads.  Once that new loop is installed, DTE will work in the residential areas on every street between Mack and Kercheval, not including The Village.  DTE will send letters to everyone in the affected neighborhoods with more information.

    In May, DTE will begin final landscaping and sprinkler repairs south of Maumee starting with last year’s project area.  While this entire project is underway, the City continues to caution you not to undertake any major public sidewalk repairs, parkway landscaping projects, or where your gas meter is connected to your house.  DTE and its contractor Infrasource will be digging up many areas on and along the City sidewalks.   DTE is responsible for restoring all of the sidewalks and landscaping after its work is completed.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION:   Visit www.dteenergy.com/gasrenewal

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     Excellence is our proud tradition!

    The City of Grosse Pointe is a community nestled along the shores of Lake St. Clair...a place where lovely homes grace tree lined streets. Residents are afforded a scenic waterfront park with two outdoor swimming pools and a private marina.  Our community takes pride in its excellent private and public schools.  The City strives to offer an environment that is safe for both young and old.

    The City's centrally located small business district is popular for its many quaint specialty shops and boutiques, salons, art galleries, coffee shops, and its assortment of interesting restaurants.

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