Trenton City Hall: 2800 Third St. Trenton, MI 48183 | Phone: (734) 675-6500 Fax: (734) 675-4088
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Department Phone Numbers
|Administration & Mayor's Office||675-6500|
|Assessor - Property Valuation Questions||675-6810|
|Building & Engineering - Permits, Zoning & Ordinance Questions||675-8251|
|Clerk - Birth & Death Records, Election Questions||675-8600|
|Fire - Non emergency||676-1314|
|Human Resources - Employment Opportunities||675-8585|
|Ice Rink/Recreation Center||676-7172|
|Parks & Recreation||675-7300|
|Police - Non emergency||676-3737|
|DPW - Trash Pick-Up, Snow Removal, Transfer Station||675-8470|
|Treasurer - Bill Payment||675-6510|
|Veterans Memorial Library||676-9777|
|Westfield Center - Senior Services & Senior Transportation||675-0063|
Beginning in December 2015, several sections of City sanitary sewer mains are slated to be internally lined. Typically, this process involves insertion of a sleeve inside the sewer installed between existing manholes, then being inflated and cured using steam. This steam will be seen rising from manholes involved in the process and is no cause for alarm. Openings for individual leads to residences are opened immediately after the curing process.
During this procedure, homeowners & business owners must not flush toilets, use bathroom or kitchen sinks, take showers or baths, do laundry, use a dishwasher or any activity that sends waste water into the sanitary sewer system. Until sewer leads have been re-opened, use of these items will cause waste water to back up into your home or place of business.
The procedure is typically completed in a matter of hours, after which use of the sewer system is permitted. The City's contractor, Inland Waters Pollution Control, Inc. will provide prior notice, going door-to-door as to when the sewer repair is to take place. This notice will typically be given one or two days before work begins in a particular area. This construction is needed due to the less than acceptable condition of some existing sewers and will result the removal of roots or other blockages that may currently impair flow of sewage.
The City of Trenton has undertaken several of these re-lining projects in the recent past with excellent results, the most recent in 2011.
Any questions should be directed to the Engineering Department or the Department of Public Works at 734-675-8251.
Please click here for a list of areas slated to be re-lined
The Trenton Police Department is aware that coyotes have attached and killed domestic dogs and cats. The Trenton Police Department and Animal Control are taking measures to minimize the threat of a coyote attack against your pet. Residents should be aware that coyotes live and will continue to live in our suburban environment. Owners are reminded to accompany their pets while outdoors. Residents should minimize their exposure to coyotes by keeping trash containers closed and not feeding their pets or any wildlife outside of their home.
If you have a threatening incident involving a coyote, please contact the Trenton Police Department immediately (734-676-3737)
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The Healthy Trenton Coalition is seeking input from a variety of groups and individuals who have an interest in creating a Healthy Trenton community. You have a valuable perspective that we want to incorporate into our plans for the community. We invite you to participate in a confidential survey to collect information about how you rate Trenton on a variety of health-related topics as well as what you believe to be priority strategies.
To participate in the survey, here's what you need to do:
Click here and print off survey.
Complete the full survey or only those sections that you prefer. To submit your responses:
Drop off completed survey to: City of Trenton, Parks and Recreation Department OR
Email survey to: email@example.com OR
Fax survey to: 313-792-7149
If you have questions, feel free to call Ruth Sebaly, Project Manager at: 313.412.0567.
If you would like to offer comments and/or suggestions, please e-mail comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Effective Monday October 7, 2013, No cash or check transactions will be taking place at the DPS.
All Trash Carts (Dark Brown) and Yard Waste Carts (Green Lid) cost $75 each and must be prepaid before delivery. The City accepts cash, check or credit card (3% charge applies) You may pay in person at the Treasurer's Office at City Hall Monday - Friday, 8:30-5:00 or Click Here for downloadable form that can be filled out and mailed in with your payment.
Trenton City Council Meetings are available for viewing as a live broadcast and are archived so you can view previous meetings.
The Trenton War Monuments Project now has a home on the City of Trenton web site!