City of Warren, MI

Warren's Snow Plow


Macomb County Roads:  (586) 463-8671  
Dequindre (10 Mile to 14 Mile), Mound, Van Dyke, Schoenherr, Groesbeck, Hayes, 10 Mile, 11 Mile Service Drive (Warner to Merideth), 11 Mile Service Drive (Sherwood to Hayes),12 Mile, and 14 Mile.
Wayne County Roads:  (734) 955-9920
Eight Mile
State of Michigan (MDOT) Roads: (517) 373-2090
Walter Reuther Freeway (I-696)
                
City of Warren Department of Public Works: (586) 759-9270 
Primary Roads:
Dequindre (8 Mile to 10 Mile), Ryan, Hoover, 9 Mile, 11 Mile Service Drive (Dequindre to Warner), 11 Mile Service Drive (Merideth to Sherwood), Old 13 Mile, 13 Mile, Chicago Road, Chicago Road South.  Total Lane Miles: 124.78
Secondary Roads:
Arden, Beebe, Bunert, Civic Center, Common, Dawson, Engleman, Federal (Toepher to 9 Mile), Frazho, Gloede, Kennedy, Lorraine, MacArthur, Macersie, Marmon, Martin, Masonic, Milton, Sherwood, Stephens, Toepfer, Waltham, Warner, Washington.  Total Lane Miles: 145.12
Bridges- Bridges by their nature are separated from ground level and therefore are perpetually exposed to the elements on all sides.  This condition causes them to “ice up”
 more quickly then the rest of the roadway system.  Consequently, salting is required more often to abate icy, slippery conditions.
Access Routes- To be cleared after completion of major and secondary roads.  Access routes are the roads typically providing quick access for school buses from a secondary or primary road to the school, not the school bus routes.
Residential Streets- To be cleared as equipment and manpower are available after primary, secondary, and school access routes are completed.  This policy exists provided that snowfall exceeds approximately four inches (4”) in depth or extremely hazardous conditions exist for an extended period of time.  No removal operations will occur If rapidly ascending temperatures are expected.  Total Lane Miles: 532
Note: It should be understood that snowfalls that follow closely upon one another my disrupt the above-mentioned routine as efforts need to be diverted to a higher priority.  

 

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3/3/2016 8:10 PM DPW crews have been called in and have begun clearing primary roads and access routes. 

3/4/2016 7:00 AM Plow trucks are clearing primary and access routes. 

Public Service Department

Richard Sabaugh
Public Service Director

Gus Ghanam
Deputy Public Service Director

One City Square, Suite 320
Warren, MI 48093
586-574-4604


Construction Update December 2017


Click here for the letter to all City of Warren property owners regarding the Draft City-wide Storm Water Management Plan.

The Department of Public Service is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the activities of the following divisions:

  1. Building- (586) 574-4504 - Permits, inspections, zoning, city certifications and certificate of occupancy.
  2. Building Maintenance- (586) 574-4508 - Maintenance, cleaning, lawn cutting and snow removal of municipal buildings.
  3. Department of Public Works- (586) 759-9270 - Year-round road maintenance, city signage, storm sewers, vehicle maintenance for all city vehicles.
  4. Engineering- (586) 759-9300 - Construction and maintenance of roads, sidewalks and inspections of all projects.
  5. Property Maintenance- (586) 574-4662 - Addresses issues relating to weeds, grass over 6", debris, unmaintained property and issues relating to street lights.
  6. Rental- (586) 574-4561 - Inspections of rental properties and registering of rentals
  7. Sanitation- (586) 775-1400 - Garbage pick-up, yard waste pick-up, curbside recycling, and operation of the drop-off center.
  8. Water- (586) 759-9200 - Construction, maintenance of water and sewer lines and appurtenances.
  9. Waste Water Treatment Plant- (586) 264-2530 - Treatment of all wastes delivered to plant and establishment of storm water management plan which meets government controls.

The Department of Public Service is responsible for coordinating the blight sweeps with the divisions involved. Also, the Public Service Department is responsible for the Nuisance Abatement Program, in which hearings are held regarding vacant, dilapidated or unsafe structures. The issues are resolved either by rehabilitation or by demolition.

If an issue can not be resolved first directly through the proper division, then please call the Public Service Department at (586) 574-4604 for assistance.

For non working street lights, please call (586) 574-4662.

For snow removal, please refer to the Department of Public Works or Property Maintenance Division web page.

For rubbish/compost pick up questions, please refer to Sanitation's web page or call (586) 775-1400.

 

City of Warren, Michigan

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