Governor Whitmer signs executive order "Stay Safe; Stay Home" directing all Michiganders to stay home unless they are part of essential infrastructure and for all businesses to suspend in person services unless necessary to sustain or preserve life. Click here for the Executive Order.
Beaumont Hospital - Wayne, located at 33155 Annapolis, Wayne is temporarily closed to all patients except coronavirus victims. This includes the emergency room.
In order to help decrease the spread of COVID-19, City of Westland Administrative Offices are closed to the public through April 13, 2020. Please review our online services and department contact emails and phone numbers located on our website. City staff will still be responding to emails and voicemails as quickly as possible. There are also two drop boxes located at City Hall for bill payments (no cash please) and document drop offs that will be checked daily. Thank you for your patience in this unprecedented challenging time and please stay healthy.
It is the intent of the Westland Poloice Department to be proactive in keeping our community safe. The information on this page is helpful to both parents and their children. Parents, use the information contained here to help teach some basic home safety.
Ride with traffic. Keep to the right of the road.
Obey all traffic regulations.
Use proper hand signals for turning or stopping.
Stop and look both ways in order to make sure that sidewalks or streets are clear before entering a street.
Walk your bicycle across busy streets at corners or crosswalks.
Use proper headlights and a red tail light or reflector when riding at night
Show off. (Keep your hands on the handlebars).
Zigzag, race or stunt ride in traffic.
Hitch rides on trucks or cars.
ALWAYS wear your bike helmet and make sure your brothers and sisters do, too.
Make a deal with your best friends to always wear your helmets when you ride together.
Don’t ride at night.
Wearing a bike helmet is the most important thing you can do to protect your brain and your life when riding a bicycle.
Children between the ages of 5 and 14 have the highest rate of injury of all bicycle riders.
More then 500,000 children a year go to the hospital emergency rooms of doctors’ offices due to bike injuries.
**Gun and Knife Safety**
Do you know what to do if you find a gun or knife while you are playing? Follow these four basic steps to stay safe!
Stop what you are doing
Do not touch the gun or knife
Leave the area
Leave the gun or knife alone and leave the area
Tell an adult
Let a trusted adult (Parent, Teacher, or Police Officer) know what you found and where it is.
You can play on the internet and stay safe if you follow a few simple rules:
Never…give out your address, telephone number, parents’ work address or telephone number, or the name and location of your school without your parents’ permission.
Tell…your parents right away if you come across any information that makes you feel uncomfortable.
Never…get together with someone you meet online. They might not be who they say they are.
Never…send a person your picture or anything else.
Talk…to your parents about their rules for using the internet, and remember to follow them.
*For the Parent:*
Check out thisGUIDEfor children who are home alone. (From the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)
Kids Do You Know?
Your home phone number and address?
Your parent’s full name, where they work, and phone numbers where they can be reached?
When to use 911?
Who a trusted neighbor is that you can go to for help?
To check in with a parent as soon as you get home?
That if you answer the phone, just say that your parent cannot come to the phone and take a message?
To always lock your doors when you get home?
That you should never open the door for or talk to anyone who comes to your home unless you know and trust the person and your parent said that it was okay?
To only use appliances like the stove if your parents said it was okay and you know how to use it?