Trenton City Hall: 2800 Third St. Trenton, MI 48183 | Phone: (734) 675-6500 Fax: (734) 675-4088

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Stay strong, stay healthy, wash your hands, practice social distancing and check in on your elderly loved ones. We will keep you posted as things change.  We will all get through this together.

 

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Thanks for bearing with us all over the last few days. Things are quite literally changing every minute, and we’re doing our best to stay ahead of the curve. While many of our operational changes will be inconvenient for the time being, they are important and necessary for the health and well-being of our employees and residents.

Effective immediately and until further notice, City Hall, the Parks & Recreation Office at Kennedy Recreation Center and the DPS Office are all closed to the general public.

Residents are encouraged to use email, telephone and the drop box at City Hall for payments. We have waived the 3% online credit card processing fee to encourage residents to make these transactions online rather than in-person. If a face-to-face interaction or service is essential (birth or death record, issuance of a permit, etc.), such interaction will only be by appointment and after confirming the individual requesting in-person service is healthy, not running a fever or feeling sick, has not recently traveled or been in an area with positive tests for coronavirus, and neither they nor any family members or individuals with whom they have been in contact are currently under quarantine.

Kennedy Recreation Center, Westfield Activities Center and the Library are all closed to the general public. Residents are encouraged to use email and telephone for any assistance or inquiries.

Although the Police Department remains open 24/7, the lobby of the Police Station will be locked. Access will only be available after contacting and receiving approval for entry by the Command Lieutenant on duty.

The Transfer Station and Drop-Off Recycling Center are closed effective March 18, 2020. Core operations and functions of the DPS will continue as normal, but with only ½ the employees working any given day due to a staggered/platoon schedule that we will be adopting due to expected increases in absenteeism for health and childcare purposes and to limit exposure opportunities among employees.

We are currently reviewing our options for holding council meetings given updated recommendations from the CDC to eliminate public gatherings of more than 50 people for the next 8 weeks, and recommendations to limit social gatherings of more than 10 people.

Stay strong, stay healthy, wash your hands, and check in on your elderly loved ones. We’ll keep you posted as things change. We’ll all get through this together.

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LOCAL HOSPITAL HOTLINESwash your hands
Beaumont Hotline 820-592-4784
Website
Henry Ford Hotline 313-874-7500
Website

 

Important Information for 911 transports from the EMS Medical Director

LOCATIONS FOR TESTING
Beaumont Southshore Hospital is doing drive-thru virus testing daily from
7:00am - 11:00 pm.

DONATIONS TO HOSPITALS

Beaumont Hospital



PROTECT YOURSELF AND YOUR HOME - KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
How It Spreads (CDC Website)
Symptoms & Testing (CDC Website)
Checklist to Get Ready (CDC Website)
Protect Your Home (CDC Website)
How to Protect Yourself (CDC Website)
Protect Your Family (CDC Website)
Frequently Asked Questions (CDC Website)

MDHHS Announces Peer-run Warmline to Aid Persons with Mental Health Needs During COVID-19 Pandemic

Healthcare Coverage Available to Michiganders who Lose Job or Experience a Drop in Income



SCHOOL INFORMATION
Trenton Public Schools
St. Joseph Catholic School


SCHOOL LUNCHES WILL CONTINUE
The Trenton Public Schools have implemented a process to ensure that the children of Trenton will still be able to get the nourishment they would normally receive while in attendance at school. 14 meals a week will be provided via a delivery system by street location. Seven breakfast and lunch meals each will be distributed throughout the week. Please see attached document for bus schedule and deliveries.



ONLINE RESOURCES TO KEEP KIDS ON LEARNING TRACK
We will be listing resources as they become available to help parents to keep their children on track with the learning they would normally be getting during this closure of the schools.

Scholastic Learn at Home

Khan Academy

Google Virtual Museum Tours

 

POTENTIAL SCAMS DURING OUTBREAK

POSSIBLE DOOR TO DOOR SCAM
We have been notified by Homeland Security that in several states people are posing as Red Cross Volunteers requesting donations or offering to perform door-to-door COVID-19 testing to gain access to homes. These are NOT Red Cross Volunteers they are potential thieves trying to gain access to rob the homeowner. The American Red Cross will not be going house to house offering COVID-19 testing, nor soliciting funds door to door. If you should encounter someone claiming to be with the Red Cross, close and lock your door and immediately call 911.


STATE & FEDERAL RESOURCES

FEDERAL RESOURCES
Federal Government Coronavirus COVID-19 Site
CDC Hotline
CDC Mitigation Strategies for Communities
CDC Print Resources

GUIDANCE ON THE ESSENTIAL CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE WORKFORCE

STATE RESOURCES
State COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Site
State of Michigan Executive Orders & Directives
For Residents
For Employers & Workers
For Health Professionals
State of Michigan Press Releases - Coronavirus News

Small Business Relief Program   - Press Release

 

 

CANADIAN BORDER CROSSING


LOCAL BUSINESS CLOSURES
All restaurants, cafes, bars, theaters in the state have been given the mandate to close to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus. These are locations where large numbers of persons gather in a single location which is currently not recommended by the CDC. With the recommendation from the CDC and growing concerns for public safety the state mandated the closures for these types of facilities.  Restaurants and food establishments can provide delivery or carry-out services but dining in has been halted as of now.

List of Restaurants Providing Take-Out and Delivery Services (Not a completely comprehensive list but numerous locations are listed.)

Trenton Restaurants Only

COMCAST KEEPING YOU CONNECTED FOR FREE
Comcast has announced it has opened its Xfinity WiFi Network for free, with unlimited data. For more information check it out here. Xfinity.com

REPORT PRICE GOUGING
MICHIGAN ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE
Hotline - 877-765-8388
Website

GLOBAL OVERVIEW OF COVID19
(Tracking being done by Johns Hopkins)

Safety Inspection of Natural Gas Meters

 

Please review the following links for this program.  This is not a voluntary program and your
assistance is required. This service is free.

 

Gas Inspection Postcard

Door Hanger - Sorry I missed you

Door Hanger - Long Notice

Door Hanger - Work Complete

General Presentation

Meter Move Out Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

United States Census 2020

 

The United States Census Bureau forms will be coming in the mail very soon.  

 

Click here for the schedule

Damage to Fencing from winter storm event - January 18, 2020

 

Claims for damage to your fence should be reported to the county using this form

Any questions should be directed to 313-224-6076 (Wayne County Risk Managment Division)

 

 

DCC Coal Fire Power Plant closure report

 

The Downriver Community Conference "An Economic Strategy for the Communities of Ecorse, River Rouge, Wyandotte, Riverview and Trenton" Documents are posted on the DCC web site available for public comments June 26th through July 25th.

Any comments may be directed to Paula.Boase@dccwf.org.

McLouth Steel EPA Pollution/Situation Report 5/12/2020

 

Click here for the report

 

DPW Information

The Transfer Station is closed until further notice due to the governor's exceutive order.  Trash pick-up and Special Pick-ups will continue. No need to schedule a pick-up. Our driver will do his best to pick up what is out on each day's route.

Special Pick-Up Schedule

*Yard waste cart pick-up will begin the week of April 6.

 

Job Opportunity - Census Bureau

The U.S. Census Bureau is  hiring full and part time temporary field representatives for the upcoming census.

For more information click here

 

Riverview Landfill Complaints

 

For any complaints regarding odors, noise, or trash lying around call the following numbers:

 

County: 1-888-223-2363

State: 1-800-292-4706

PSA Announcement from Wayne County Tax Department to avoid Tax Foreclosure

 

Video

  

Click HERE to obtain forms to gather information through the Freedom of Information Network.

 

City of Trenton Fee Itemization

City of Trenton Request Form

City of Trenton Guidelines Governing the Release of Library

City of Trenton Written Public Summary

If you would like to offer comments and/or suggestions, please e-mail:
liglehart@trenton-mi.com

 

 

  

 

Trenton City Council Meetings are available for viewing  and are archived so you can view previous meetings on our YouTube channel.  Check us out under City of Trenton, Michigan

 

The City of Trenton is an equal opportunity employer. No applicant shall be discriminated against on the basis of race, religion, color, age, gender, national origin, disability, or other criteria prohibited by City, State or Federal law.

Click HERE to view available employment opportunities.

 

 

To receive text messages notifying you of Police or Fire emergencies such as road/bridge closures or snow emergencies:

MESSAGE: 48183
TO: 888777

 


PRESS RELEASE:

 

The City of Trenton has signed on with Hyper-Reach for all of your emergency notification needs.

 

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