General Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The Municipal Services Offices are closed on holidays and when
other city offices are closed.
Wyandotte Municipal Services (WMS) is a community-owned, not-for-profit services provider, created by local residents more than a century ago to provide high quality, affordable services tailored to meet the demands of Wyandotte’s consumers. WMS offers electric, water, phone, internet and cable television services.
In addition, Wyandotte has undertaken many steps to become a Green Community. Some notable steps include: Solar energy use in publicly and privately owned buildings, an aggressive movement to re-develop Brownfield sites throughout the city, energy effecient programs for residential and commercial customers and installations of geothermal infrastructure. Furthermore, wind turbines will be installed by Wyandotte Municipal Services in 2017.
To provide competitive services in an efficient, reliable, fiscally and environmentally responsible manner
How to Contact Us
Wyandotte Municipal Services Business Offices are located at 3200 Biddle Avenue, Suite 200.
After Hours: 734-324-7190
24/7 Internet & Digital Phone Technical Support: 1-888-855-9997
Interim General Manager: Paul LaManes
Current rates, customer reports, and other information about Wyandotte Municipal Services may be found online at the WMS website.
Bill Payment Locations
Wyandotte City Hall, First Floor, 3200 Biddle Avenue, Suite 100, Wyandotte
For your convenience, a 24 hour drop box is located outside, near the drive through window at Wyandotte City Hall, 3200 Biddle Avenue, Suite 100, Wyandotte. Payments made to this drop-box will be posted to your account on the following business day. Online payments may be made here.
In the event of a power outage, cable/internet outage or water main break, please call 734-324-7190.
What to do if you see a downed power line:
• Stay away from the lines, and keep children and pets inside.
• Assume that all downed power lines are energized and stay away.
• Report the downed lines at 734-324-7190.
• If you think the downed lines pose an immediate hazard to the public, call 911.