Hazel Park Flood Clean Up Information

Hazel Park Flood Clean Up Information

(City of Hazel Park, Aug. 12, 2014)

Attention: Due to severe weather: The City is allowing trash (EXCEPT FOOD) to be put out to curbs immediately for the Monday nicholas-schrock-allstateAugust 18 Pickup, you will not be cited for having it out too early. Please have everything put out according to the trash pick-up guidelines.

For the complete guidelines please click below:
Trash collection guidelines
Trash cans must be 10 to 35 gallons, not to exceed 60 lbs.

Bags placed at curb cannot exceed 40 lbs.

waterworkBulk items should be placed at curb by 7:00 a.m. with a maximum of three items per week.

Wood must be tied and bundled, no longer than 3 feet in length and no larger than 18 inches in diameter – all nails must be removed

Carpet and Padding should be cut into 4 ft lengths, rolled and tied. Not to exceed 18 inches in diameter per bundle.

Construction Materials will not be picked up. Residents can take it to SOCRRA by appointment: 248-288-5153

Tires will not be picked up. Residents should check with a tire installation store to see if they will take them.

Logs – Any tree branches larger than 6 inches in diameter are considered logs- Logs must be cut into 2 ft lengths or less, bundled and set out with trash. Bundles cannot exceed 60 lbs.

Concrete: See Special Refuse Collectionessential

Used Motor Oil: See Special Refuse Collection

Household Hazardous Waste items such as, paint cans, light bulbs, chemicals, syringes, pesticides etc.: Please see Recycling info.

Electronics: Please see Recycling info.

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For the complete guidelines please click below:
Trash collection guidelines

Also, Mayor Jan Parisi has declared a state of emergency. The declaration has been forwarded to Oakland County Homeland Security which will then forward it to state and federal authorities. The city of Hazel Park will pursue every possible avenue to obtain state or federal assistance for our city and our residents.

For more information see the City’s website at http://www.hazelpark.org.

For other flooding stories see:

http://oaklandcounty115.com/2014/08/12/the-day-after-the-flood-hard-work-loss-and-community-video/

http://oaklandcounty115.com/2014/08/11/oakland-county-issues-floodwater-safety-precautions/

http://oaklandcounty115.com/2014/08/11/oakland-county-pounded-by-rain-swamped-with-flooding/

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