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COVID-19 UPDATE:STAY SAFE; STAY HOME

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. 

 

Composting

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CURBSIDE COMPOST RUNS FROM MARCH 30TH THROUGH DECEMBER 4TH 

 

Compost

            Compost is garden waste, grass clippings, hay/straw, leaves, pruning debris, bushes/shrubs and tree branches.  The compost program does not accept animal waste, dirt, food scraps, pumpkins, roots/root balls, sod, stumps, vines or any landscaping material (gravel, garden wall, stone, mulch, wood chips etc.).  

Branches are to be cut down to 4 ft. or less and should be no larger than 3 in. in diameter.  Branches should be put into small bundles and tied with rope or twine.  You may put out up to 10 bundles a week.

You may use compost bags or garbage cans for compost disposal.  The limit for compost collection is ten (10) compost bags or five (5) garbage cans, with no bag or can weighing more than 50 lbs.  We DO NOT accept compost in cardboard boxes or plastic garbage bags.

Compost is picked up the same day as regular trash.  A separate truck picks up compost.  Your compost should be separated from your regular household trash by 4 ft.  Mixed compost and trash will not be picked up. 

To report missed compost, go to Service Request on the Department of Public Service page.