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What to do when a Tornado / Sever Thunderstorm Watch or Warning is issued.


Check the New REC Referral Program

Come On! It's The Best Part of Your Day!

Our recently launched member referral program is one more reason to ask a friend to join the Patrick J. Norton Recreation Exercise Club see how it works here >>>


Film Friendly Wayne

learn why Wayne is Film Friendly...



Wayne Farmers Market

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About the Wayne History Mural100 -Year Graduates

Painted on the east wall of the State-Wayne Theater, the
Wayne History Mural is a representation of our ancestors, a multi-ethnic and multi-racial blend of outstanding individuals, who by working together built our community. It is their exemplary initiative and determination that empowers us today. more...


fall leaf pick upNotice: The City of Wayne will no longer pick up leaves raked into the street

The City of Wayne Fall Leaf Collection Program has been discontinued. Leaves may be placed into brown paper yard waste bags or 20-30 gallon trash containers and placed out for collection on your regular refuse collection day.


Problem with Video/ Cable?

If you can't resolve a problem with your video/cable company directly, call the Michigan Public Service Commission at 866-552-7725. find out more here.


Witness a Crime?

Wayne Police DepartmentIf you have seen a crime please report what you have seen. The WPD Eyes on the Street Confidential Witness Police Tip form is designed to help you anonymously repot any criminal activity.
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City Hall Hours

City Hall is open 10am - 4:30pm Mon-Thur. Hours have been reduced due to staffing cuts.


Going on Vacation?

Wayne Police DepartmentIf you are going on vacation let the Wayne Police Department know. Under the department's Vacation Watch Program, WPD police officers will help keep an eye on things while you are away.
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Old Wayne Cemetery

A newly published brochure about our ancestors and the Old Wayne Cemetery is now available. click to download the PDF version.


Voter Information Center

Welcome to the City of Wayne Website!

Wayne is located in Wayne County, Michigan and is home to more than 19,000 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 ‚Äď 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.


Wayne Road Resurfacing Project



The Wayne Road Resurfacing Project will start on or about August 4, 2014.   Construction will take place on Wayne Road from W.B. Michigan Avenue to Van Born Road.  Traffic, including emergency vehicles, will be maintained in both directions throughout the course of the project.  Below is the proposed progress schedule.  The proposed schedule does not account for rain days or other unforeseen conditions.

August 4 - 26¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†    Base repairs and preparation of the outside lanes
August 27 - 28¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†    Place base course of asphalt
August 29 - Sept. 4   Structure repairs and guardrail improvements
September 5           Traffic shift
September 8 - 23     Base repairs and preparation of the inside lanes
September 24 - 25   Place base course of asphalt
September 26 - 30   Structure repairs and guardrail improvements
October 1 - 3         Place top course of asphalt on all lanes
October 6 - 13        Sidewalk ramp repairs
October 14 - 30      Restoration, clean structures, pavement markings

Wayne County has given the Contractor the option to start 10 days sooner.


2013 City of Wayne, MI. Water Quality Report

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To see a sample ballot of the actual ballot you will see on election day please follow the link below and use State of Michigan website.  What appears on a voter’s ballot depends on where that voter lives within the precinct. Registered voters may click on the ”Are You Registered?” box and follow the instructions to see a sample of the actual ballot they will see on Election Day.

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Absent Voter Application

The Absent Voter Application for either or both of the 2014 Primary and General Elections is now available.

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Adopted Fiscal Year 2014 - 2015 Budget

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The City of Wayne held two strategic Financial Visioning sessions in February.  The sessions focused on our budget and we appreciated the input from those that attended.

Read about ideas from the first session

Read about ideas from the second session


New Crime Mapping Service

Crimedar is a free, easy, interactive, online neighborhood watch. It allows citizens to be informed as well as report crime 24 hours a day--7 days a week!
Visit Crimedar Site


Economic Development Fact Sheet

We realize that in this global economy, your options are limitless when choosing a location for your business. We are proud of our community and believe that we offer many advantages to new and established business owners.  Read more...


Water & Sewer Rates

The Water and Sewer Fund Budget has been reviewed, approved and adopted for the 2014-15 fiscal year. Sufficient water and sewer rates needed to be approved to provide money to operate the system. Effective for all consumption billed on or after July 1, 2014, the following rates have been authorized:

Water $4.12 per 1,000 gallons
Sewer $6.29 per 1,000 gallons
Total $10.41 per 1,000 gallons

A $11.03 monthly ($22.06 bi-monthly) fixed sewer fee shall go into effect on July 1, 2014.

A $15.65 monthly ($31.30 bi-monthly) fixed water fee shall go into effect on July 1, 2014.

For information regarding other water & sewer fees such as IWC charges, monthly meter fees, tap/debt service fees, etc., contact the water billing clerk at 734-722-2005.


City of Wayne Financial Dashboard

As part of State of Michigan new municipal finance requirements, the City of Wayne is providing information to the local community which provides a clear picture of the City's financial performance.

 Click here to review the City of Wayne's Financial Dashboard.



City of Wayne

Hours at City Hall

City Hall is open 10am - 4:30pm Mon-Thur. and is closed on Friday's.  A drop box at the entrance of City Hall is available for after-hour payments.

 

 


Neighborhood Acceptance Plan

The City of Wayne and the City of Westland have adopted the "Neighbor Acceptance Plan" for all residents of each community. This plan entitles the residents of each community to qualify for all rates and promotions at all facilities located within the City of Wayne (e.g., Recreation & Exercise Club, Banquet Rooms and Park rentals, Indoor Track, Personal Training and more) and the City of Westland (e.g., Municipal Golf Course, Gymnasium for Basketball or Volleyball, Outdoor Swimming Pool, and more). Call us at 734-721-7400 to receive information on the reduced rates at these great facilities!


Weatherization Assistance Program Offered

City of Wayne residents may qualify for a weatherization program funded by the Department of Energy and coordianted by Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency.

The program is free for qualified low-income residents who are in need of energy saving measures for their home. This could include an energy audit, ceiling and wall insulation, or furnace repair.

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action AgencyWeatherization improvements generally reduce energy use and save an average of 30 percent on heat/utility bills. All of this is done by qualified contractors, with no cost to the qualified resident.

For more information call:
Jeff Boyd, Weatherization Director
Wayne Metro's Main Service Office
2121 Biddle, Suite 102
Wyandotte, MI 48192
734-284-6999

Or, for more information and specific eligibility requirements and application materials, go here >>>

*please note that due to recent budget cuts, the waiting list for weatherization services is very long.


Alliance of Rouge Communities (ARC)

The purpose of the ARC is to provide an institutional mechanism to encourage watershed-wide cooperation and mutual support to meet water quality permit requirements and to restore beneficial uses of the Rouge River to the area residents.

 

For more info click the link below

Alliance of Rouge Communities (ARC)


City Council Meetings on the Web

City Council Meetings Now on City WebsiteCity Council meetings are now viewable on the City website. Go here, then click Posted in the Video column for the desired meeting >>>

 

 

 


Offering Leading Healthcare to the
City of Wayne Community

33155 Annapolis St
Wayne, MI 48184
Phone: 734.467.4000
Fax: 734.467.4017

 


City of Wayne Residential Assessment Changes

2010 Residential Assessment Changes

 

 

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