News, Events & Activities
Watershed Stewards "Rouge Rescue" Scheduled for June 1
Members of the Dearborn Heights Watershed Stewards will hold their annual Rouge Rescue clean-up the morning of Saturday, June 1. The Stewards are looking for local gardening enthusiasts who are willing to "pitch in" for a few hours on June 1 to help.
Miss the Birthday Party? No problem, here are the pics!
If you missed the city's 50th anniversary celebration on April 8, you missed a great event!
Wayne County Announces 2013 Household Waste Drop-Off Dates
The Wayne County Department of Public Services has scheduled its 2013 dates/locations where residents can drop off their household hazardous waste products.
Click here for more information.
Information on City's 50th anniversary is available
The City of Dearborn Heights will celebrate its 50th anniversary in April 2013, and several activities recognizing this milestone are being planned.
A new Facebook page has been created that will provide up-to-date information on anniversary-related news & events, as well as giving residents (and former residents) the opportunity to post their own memories and/or downloadable photos relating to the city's history. To access this page, simply log onto Facebook (facebook.com) and ype "Dearborn Heights Golden Anniversary" in the key word search box, or use the following link:
Your city officials are interested in hearing from you! If you have old photographs you'd like to share, stories you'd like to tell us, or suggestions for additional anniversary festivities, contact the Anniversary Committee at email@example.com, or call the Mayor's office at (313) 791-3490.
Curbside Recycling . . . What Can (and Can't) be Recycled
Do you ever wonder (as you are preparing to drop that item in your recycling bin) if it is on the "acceptable" list for recycling? Wonder no more - the Waste Management Corporation has produced a convenient handout explaining what can (and can't) be recycled.
Residents Reminded to "Run Their Water" After Water Main BreaksThe City of Dearborn Heights has experienced a number of water main breaks over the past several weeks. In many cases, small amounts of rust coloration are released into the wter supply as the repairs are being made. If you experience this discoloration in your water, you should simply run it for a short period (10-15 minutes) until the discoloration dissipates and your water appears clear again.Although not harmful if consumed, laundering white or light-colored fabrics in discolored water could result in rust-colored stains.
Questions on Displaying the American Flag?Many Dearborn Heights residents (and businesses) display the American Flag outside their homes and places of business - particularly during patriotic holidays. However, proper protocol when displaying and caring for the flag is a year-round responsibility. In response to numerous questions we have received on flag etiquitte, we have included a link to the National Flag Foundation.Click here to access the National Flag Foundation website
Thinking about building a rain garden?Click here for some helpful information and tips.
AT & T UVERSE Members Have Access to Heights Government ChannelIf you are an AT & T UVERSE (cable) subscriber, you now have access to the City of Dearborn Heights' local government channel. This channel carries the City Council meetings, as well as other programming of local interest. To view this channel, simply tune to channel 99, and scroll down to the "Dearborn Heights" channel.Calendar of EventsFor a list of current events, please refer to the calendar.
Parks & Recreation Programs and Events
For a list of current events and activities, please click here.
2013 Holiday Trash Schedule
Click here for the 2013 Holiday Trash Schedule