Shred Legal will be at the DPW, 7200 18 Mile Road, on Saturday, April 1, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. to shred documents for no charge. Shredding will be conducted on site for complete security and the shredded materials will be recycled. A limit of three paper size boxes (15”L x 12”D x 10”H) will be shredded per person. This event is for residents ONLY. A list of acceptable materials can be found here.
Clean-Up Saturdays — April 29, May 6, 13, 20
The DPW will host Clean-Up Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their facility located at 7200 18 Mile Road. Residents can bring by and drop off any items they wish to dispose of without restriction. This includes but is not limited to: tires, paint, old furniture, lumber, loose lawn clippings, dirt and much more. This is in an effort to encourage residents to clean out their garages, basements, backyards and any other area for a fresh start to spring. These special neighborhood cleanup days offer residents the opportunity to dispose of trash in a convenient way.
A list of some of the acceptable drop-off items include:
- Old furniture, mattresses, carpets, and appliances
- General junk - bagged, boxed or bundled
- Wood/lumber (neatly stacked)
- Loose lawn clippings that are bagged
- Regular household trash
- Tree limbs that are no longer than 4 feet in length, tied and bundled, and weigh no more than 50 lbs.
- Tree stumps
- Concrete, brick & block
- Tires (4 max. per household)
- Railroad ties
- Compressed gas cylinders (includes propane tanks and fire extinguishers)
DPW will discount its tree program in the month of May to encourage residents to purchase trees for the fall 2017 planting. Trees will be available for $150 for the month of May, a $50 discount from the normal purchase price of $200. DPW will distribute a list of tree choices to residents for planting in the public right-of-way. Trees purchased in May will be planted following the first frost of the season, likely in the end of October or early November 2017. For more information, call DPW at (586) 446-2440.