DEARBORN, Michigan – Public Service Days in Dearborn will start again the week of April 2, 2012 and last through Nov. 30, 2012.
During this time period, Dearborn provides critical services, such as street sweeping, tree-trimming, and sewer maintenance in your neighborhood on your trash day.
To ensure these services are provided in a safe, effective manner, do not park on residential streets from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on your trash day, which is also your Public Service Day.
Tickets will be issued to vehicles parked on the street during a trash day/Public Service Day.
If you are parking in a neighborhood that is not your own in Dearborn, check street signs to determine if it is that neighborhood’s Public Service Day.
Note: You can no longer park your vehicle across the sidewalk on Public Service Days. You will be ticketed if you park across the sidewalk. You must not park on lawns or any other unpaved areas or you will be ticketed.
You must also keep your trash and recycle carts and yard waste containers off the street on your Public Service Days/trash days.
Additional information is available at www.cityofdearborn.org. For parking issues related to Public Service Days, call 943-2276.