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 â€“ 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.
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...
Wayne Rd. Dam Removal Project
The City of Wayne is happy to announce that the Wayne Road Dam removal project is complete.
CITY OF WAYNE PUBLIC NOTICE
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) is asking for help to gather photos of the more than 58,000 individuals whose names are inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.
The photos will be used in the Education Center at The Wall, an underground learning facility being built on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
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.
New Water & Sewer Rates
The Water and Sewer Fund Budget has been reviewed, approved and adopted for the 2012-13 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, 2012, the following rates have been authorized:
Water $3.75 per 1,000 gallons
Sewer $5.72 per 1,000 gallons
Total $9.47 per 1,000 gallons
A $10.57 monthly ($21.14 bi-monthly) fixed sewer fee shall go into effect on July 1, 2012.
A $15.00 monthly ($30.00 bi-monthly) fixed water fee shall go into effect on July 1, 2012.
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.
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.
Weatherization 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:
Bill Carlson, Facilities and Home Rehabilitation Director
Wayne Metro's Main Service Office
2121 Biddle, Suite 102
Wyandotte, MI 48192
Or, for more information and specific eligibility requirements and application materials, go here >>>
Friends of the Rouge held three sampling events in 2010: a Winter Stonefly Search on January 23, a Spring Bug Hunt on April 24 and a Fall Bug Hunt on October 16.
A record attendance level
occurred at the Spring Bug Hunt with 110 participants. Seventeen new team leaders were
trained during the spring and fall trainings.
For more info click the link below to read the entire annual report
City Council Meetings on the Web
City Council meetings are now viewable on the City website. Go here, then click Posted in the Video column for the desired meeting >>>
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City of Wayne 2010 Residential Assessment Changes