Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Spring Cleaning

The weather has been getting warmer in the Warrendale neighborhood. Many folks are starting to spruce up their lawns; leaving their brown yard waste bags at the curb for collection. Ordinarily, this would not be a problem.

However, the City of Detroit Department of Public Works does not start its weekly yard waste collection (e.g., leaves, grass clippings, twigs) until the first week in May. The brown bags that are at the curb will not be picked up until your Courville collection day during the week of April 28 – May 2.

Yard waste can be dropped off at the Southfield Yard (12255 Southfield Fwy.). Residents can make one trip to the yard daily to dispose of yard waste and bulk trash. Also, please note that yard waste that has been placed in plastic bags will not be picked up at any time and cannot be taken to the Southfield Yard.

For detailed information regarding yard waste collection and bulk trash collection, please visit the City of Detroit’s website.


E quotes said...

I'm a Warrendale resident and live on Greenview btw. Tireman and Warren. I'm so glad I came across your blog. I was excited to the useful information being shared here. I've been thinking alot about starting a block club and while surfing the web came across your blog. I would love to attend the next WCO meeting. When is it?

cttopflight said...

This Monday, May 5th 7PM St. Thomas Aquinas Church on Auburn and Kirkwood near Evergreen and Ford Rd. enter thru the middle doors off the evergreen parking lot.
See Ya There

cttopflight said...

Can someone bring to the next meeting copies of contact information about the group and board members contact information? Also a mention of open board positions and/or open appointed positions would be great for the next meeting.

FrankNemecek said...

I already have a spot reserved on the agenda reserved for the open board positions.

Judy said...

Just found your blog. It's great. I live in the WACO area (Paul to Joy, Greenfield to Southfield). I wish we had one. Keep up the good work. Judy