DEARBORN, Michigan – Attractive neighborhoods are a hallmark of Dearborn, and residents do their part to keep them looking good by maintaining their property, including cutting their grass.
Dearborn ordinances support attentive maintenance and require that property owners must cut their grass so it’s six inches or less.
Property owners in violation of the ordinance are given a notice to address the problem within a specific timeframe.
However, if the City must cut grass, the property owner will be billed for the actual cost of the cutting, plus an administrative fee each time of $75.
Continued failure to maintain your property may result in tickets and court action.
Neighbors can report high grass on a property near them by calling the Neighborhood Services Division at 943-2161.