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During the year of 2021 trash pick-up for the City of Inkster will continue on a weekly schedule for the entire year. Your trash pick-up day (Monday through Friday) will remain the same.
Collection is delayed for certain holidays. The schedule (effective holidays) are clearly marked on the calendar.
Containers should be placed at the curbside after 6:00 PM on the day before Collection Day and should be removed from the curbside before 6:00 PM on the Collection Day.
The 95-gallon, wheeled curb cart had been provided to each household. If you have more trash than the new curb cart will hold, you will need to call for a special pick-up 48 hours in advance.
Any EPA labeled hazardous substances, including but not limited to, gasoline, acid, inflammable or explosive materials.
Heavy household items (Stoves, refrigerators, freezers, furniture) items that do not fit into the cart. You will be allowed two bulk items a week, if you have more than two items you will need to call for a dumpster. It will be picked up on your regular pick-up day. Please call (844) 464-3587 at least 48 hours ahead so that the proper moving equipment will be available. Business hours: Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM- 5:00 PM.
These items will be collected on your regularly scheduled collection day only of the following conditions are met (see next column)
Vacant lots are the responsibility of the owner. If vacant lots are maintained, the owner may receive a citation and the lot will be cut/cleaned at the owner’s expense. Complaints should be directed to Code Enforcement at (313) 563-0835 or the Department of Public Services at (313) 563-9774.
GFL recommends using lawn mowers with mulching blades.
Collection Schedule (PDF Download)
It depends on the use. Medical and Recreational Dispensaries/Provisioning Centers can be located in the B-1, Local Business District, B-2, Thoroughfare Mixed Use District, B-3, General Business District, and TCD, Town Center District. These uses must be 1,000ft away (measured from front door to front door) from each other, schools, childcare, City playgrounds, Microbusinesses, and Churches (Drug Free Zones).
Microbusinesses have the same rules as above, but also must be located in the Entertainment District (Michigan Ave, between Henry Ruff Rd and Middlebelt).
Both Recreational and Medical Marijuana Cultivation, Processing, Testing, Transport, or any use that is NOT retail MUST be in the M-1, Light Industrial District. They must be 300ft from Residentially Zoned properties (measured from front door to front door).
The City Clerk has licensed.
See Flow Chart.
Please view the slideshow provided by the Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency here
The new water meters are Elster model SM-700s. They are not the “Smart Meters” being used for electricity. While they are a highly advanced water measurement technology, they cannot shut your water off or slow your water down. They are not part of the DTE “Smart Grid”. They simply record the usage and send that the reading to City Hall on a daily basis.
The transmitter will also report if the water meter has been removed from the water line, or if water is flowing backwards. There is also a feature for “continuous flow” which means that if you have water running for over four hours, it will send a message to City Hall of a “potential leak”.
All transmissions are 1 way. City Hall cannot “talk” back to the meter or monitor consumption minute by minute.