The Public Services Department handles operations associated with public services including streets, sidewalks, storm and sanitary sewers, water distribution, downtown and other city parking lots and meters, parking enforcement and crossing guards, traffic signals and markings, parks and boulevards, forestry, building and facility maintenance including the City marina, pool and pump station, residential and commercial refuse collection, leaf pick up, chipping and composting programs, street sweeping and patching, plowing, sweeping and salting streets, parking lots and sidewalks, code enforcement, building inspections and certificate of occupancy programs.
2022 ELECTRONIC WASTE DROP–OFF DAY
Event is open to residents of the City of Grosse Pointe, Grosse Pointe Farms, Grosse Pointe Park, and Grosse Pointe Shores.
A valid driver’s license is required to verify residency.
DATE: November 12, 2022
TIME: 9am – 1pm
LOCATION: Osius Park - 800 Lakeshore Drive, Grosse Pointe Shores, MI 48236
CLICK HERE for a list of Acceptable and Unacceptable Waste Items
2022 WAYNE COUNTY HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS
- Saturday, April 2, 2022 at Westland Shopping Center located at 35000 Warren Road and Nankin Blvd. in Westland
- Saturday, July 9, 2022 at Henry Ford College located at 5101 Evergreen Road in Dearborn
- Saturday, October 15, 2022 at Wayne County Community College 21000 Northline Road in Taylor
Should you have any questions, please call 734-326- 3936.
RV Dump Stations
Options for disposing of sanitary waste from their RVs and travel trailers
For residents who are interested in presentations and workshops on how to prevent pollution in Lake St. Clair
For residents who want to know about how to protect Lake St. Clair from pollution
Waterfront Wisdom Booklet
Snow Removal Policy
The City has a newly adopted snow removal and salt application policy. This is the same policy in effect as last winter. In anticipation of the upcoming winter season, listed below are some of the key points.
Sidewalks - The clearing of snow from sidewalks adjacent to private property is the responsibility of the property owner or resident. As a courtesy, when snowfall accumulation is greater than 2 inches, the City will clear sidewalks during regular working hours, 5:30 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday.
City personnel take every precaution to ensure that snow is removed in a safe manner but sometimes snowplowing results in property damage. Residents are reminded that the City is not responsible for damage to items in the public right-of-way such as sprinkler heads, shrubbery, plantings/planters, or any decorative materials.
The Public Works and Public Safety Departments will continue to monitor specific weather and road conditions to ensure the City roads are safe during snow removal season