Welcome to the City of Wayne Website!

Wayne is located in Wayne County, Michigan and is home to more than 17,500 people. In addition, more than 11,000 people commute to Wayne daily to earn a living.

"Wayne Living" is overflowing with life-long friendships, neighborhood pride and incredible volunteerism. It's also about an outstanding commitment to the time-honored virtues of an honest day's work and family life – spiced with a whole lot of recreation and just plain fun.

These are the life-enriching things that matter most to us and we look forward to sharing them with you.

 Unofficial Election Results for November 6, 2018 Election

Read about the latest news and events

 Leaf and Yard Waste Disposal Procedures

We would appreciate everyone's help following the proper protocols for leaf and yard waste disposal. Please see the directions and pick up timelines below.

Yard waste is collected on regular collection days beginning the week of April 1st and continuing through the week of December 15th.

Yard waste is: grass clippings, LEAVES, very small twigs, potting soil, garden fruits and vegetables, and old flowers. Yard waste can no longer be placed in plastic bags and CANNOT be blown to to the curbs or into streets.

Here’s what you should do:

Separate yard waste from regular trash by about 10 ft.

Mark the yard waste containers with "Yard Waste" stickers. The stickers are available at City Hall or the DPW.

Cut branches into 3 ft. lengths and tie them into bundles that weigh no more than 50 lbs. each.

Republic Services®, brings you quick and easy ways to make a difference in your community. Follow these simple guidelines to become a better recycler.

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Wayne DPW is winterizing fire hydrants.  Occasionally, this causes discoloration of the water which is temporary.
If you have any questions regarding this, please call DPW at 734-721-8600 between the hours of 7:00 A. M. and 1:00 P. M. Mon-Fri

Smart DriverTEK Workshop - $5/per person

Wednesday, November 14
Understanding how the newest car technology works can make driving safer and more enjoyable.
The Smart DriverTek workshop, developed jointly by AARP Driver Safety and The Hartford, offers an interactive, 90 minute session.
The workshop will cover: *the benefits of current and emerging vehicle safety technology, *Important information about the smartest safety features in cars today and how to use them. and *Details on backup cameras, lane-departure warnings, smart headlights, blind spot warnings and more! Participants will receive a Smart DriverTek Checklist that may be utilized after the workshop to examine the features of their personal vehicle, or to serve as a resource for a future vehicle. To register call the Wayne Senior Services Office @ 734-721-7460 (voicemails are encouraged)  or online at www.aarp.org/SDTEK


MMFLA Ordinance - Click to view

MMFLA Process to apply -Click to view

MMFLA Application -Click to view


New Recycling Rules, Hours, and Location - View flyer

What can be recycled
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WRAP - Water Residential Assistance Program

Residents can call the number below to setup an appointment with WayneMetro to enroll in the program.
Website: http://www.waynemetro.org/wrap/
Phone Number: (313) 386-WRAP (9727)


Signup to have your water bill sent to your email address - Click Here

Final FY 2018 Budget - View PDF


The City of Wayne is proud to announce that we have partnered with HYPE Athletics and the HYPE Recreation Center.  The former Wayne Community Center is now under new Management by HYPE.  Please visit www.hypeathletics.org for more info. 

The City of Wayne has partnered with Simple Recycling to offer a convenient way to recycle Clothing and Housewares for Free at your curb on your regular recycling day.

Use the provided green “Simple Recycling” bags to recycle unwanted clothing and housewares in re-usable condition.

Place bags beside regular trash and recycling container on your normal pickup day.

Click here to order additional bags free of charge.


 City of Wayne, MI. Water Quality Report

We are pleased to present this year's Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report) as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). This report is designed to provide details about where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to standards set by regulatory agencies. This report is a snapshot of last year's water quality.

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