TRASH COLLECTION IS ON THE NORMAL SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 16, 2017.
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Patrick Thomas (center), of the Dearborn Heights Police Department, poses with Chief Lee Gavin and Mayor Dan Paletko following his January 18 promotion to Sergeant.
Dearborn Heights Police Department Officer Patrick Thomas was promoted to the rank of Sergeant during a January 18 swearing-in ceremony at the Dearborn Heights City Hall. The ceremony was attended by Mayor Dan Paletko, staff, and members of the Dearborn Heights Police Department. Thomas was sworn in by Deputy City Clerk Eve Schafer.
Thomas is a graduate of Divine Child High School, and a 2011 graduate of Madonna University. He has also completed coursework at Henry Ford Community College. Thomas is a 16-year veteran of the Dearborn Heights Police Department.Click here for more News and Events.
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IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR ANY VEHICLE TO BE PARKED ON CITY STREETS ON THE DAY THAT RUBBISH PICK-UP IS SCHEDULED. VIOLATORS CAN AND WILL BE TICKETED.
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The deadline for animal-license renewal in the city of Dearborn Heights is February 28, 2017. All dogs and cats four months and older must be licensed. Click here for more information on fees and regulations.