DEARBORN, Mich. – Dearborn residents who would like an official 2010 City of Dearborn calendar to be delivered to their home must order one from the City by Friday, Nov. 5. Beginning this year, the City of Dearborn will no longer mail a City Calendar to every household.
Due to the budget challenges facing the City of Dearborn, the City is choosing to direct resources to the most important services and programs. This means that City Calendars will no longer be delivered to every household, but only to those that order one. They will be delivered in December. One calendar per household. The calendar is free.
Residents can request a 2011 calendar by filling out the online order form on the City of Dearborn website. Residents are asked to tell their neighbors and friends. Only those households that order a calendar by Nov. 5 will be eligible for home delivery in December.
A printable, electronic version of the 2011 City Calendar will be available at www.cityofdearborn.org in December. In addition, limited quantities of the 2011 City Calendar will be available at City Hall and other public buildings in December.
The City Calendar is a comprehensive resource for City programs and services, event dates and phone numbers. It includes information about public safety, property maintenance, trash pickup and recycling, leaf pickup and snow removal, and recreation and cultural arts. It also explains the City’s budget by listing revenues and expenditures.