Notice of Meetings

On October 23, 2020, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Senate Bill 1108 into law, and is now Public Act 228 of 2020.  This law allows for meetings to be held electronically for any reason through December 31, 2021.

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NOTICE

The Police Commission meeting scheduled for October 12, 2021 has been cancelled. 

The Fire Commission will meet as scheduled at 266 Maple Street at 6:00 p.m.

The next regular meeting is scheduled for October 26, 2021.


NOTICE

The Cultural and Historical Commission meeting scheduled for October 14, 2021 has been CANCELLED

The next meeting is scheduled for November 11, 2021.


NOTICE

The TIFA/BRDA meeting scheduled for Tuesday, October 19th, 2021 has been CANCELLED due to lack of agenda items

The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, November 16th, 2021 at 8:30AM


CONCRETE RECONSTRUCTION OF 11TH STREET (EUREKA – ADELAIDE) 
 
The City of Wyandotte has contracted with Al’s Asphalt Paving Co. to perform street repairs as part of the 2021 HMA 
Resurfacing Program.  Phase 4 of the project includes the reconstruction of 11th Street from Eureka to Adelaide and is 
scheduled to begin on Monday, September 20, 2021. This project will be completed in stages over a period of 
approximately nine (9) weeks.   

11th Street will be closed to traffic for the duration of the project.  No vehicular traffic, other than emergency vehicles and 
trash collection, will be permitted on 11th Street during the project.   Home owners on 11th Street will have to park on 
neighboring streets during the construction.  The vacant City owned lot on the east side of 11th Street, north of Pine will 
also be temporarily available for resident parking. 

Note the City will remove and replace pavement, approaches, service walks, and sidewalk crosswalks as part of the 
project.  The sidewalk ramp upgrades include achieving compliance with ADA requirements, resulting in the contractor 
reducing the slopes of sidewalk ramps at intersections.  As the ramp slopes are lessened the adjacent greenbelt areas need 
to be re-graded to meet the lowered sidewalk.  This will involve re-grading both the City owned grassy areas as well as 
privately owned grassy areas on corner lots.  Residents are encouraged to water the restored areas frequently to ensure turf 
establishment. 

 Trash pickup will continue on the regularly scheduled day (Fridays).  Residents on 11th Street shall place trash at the curb 
as usual.   

We apologize for the inconvenience this work may cause you. The City and Al’s Asphalt will try to limit the 
inconvenience as best as possible.  Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.  Should you have any questions, 
kindly contact the undersigned at 734-324-4558, or by email at jplasencia@wyandottemi.gov. 


ASPHALT RESURFACING OF 20th Street (Oak – Vinewood)

 The City of Wyandotte has contracted with Al’s Asphalt Paving Co. to perform asphalt resurfacing as part of the 2021 HMA Resurfacing Program.  Phase 3 of the project includes the street listed above and is scheduled to begin on Wednesday,   September 1, 2021.  This phase of the project will be completed in stages over a period of approximately ten (10) weeks.  During this time properties may lose access to driveways for up to fourteen (14) days.  On paving days properties will lose access for hours as the new asphalt is allowed to cool. 

The street will be closed to through traffic during working hours, except for emergencies.  The street will be repaired one-half at a time to allow traffic to continue after working hours.  Please park vehicles in other locations when contractors are working on the street so that work can be performed in a safe and timely manner.  Home owners will be permitted access to their driveways unless the adjacent road is being patched.

Note the City will repair full height curb as part of the project.  However, repair of curb cuts adjacent to driveway approaches is the responsibility of property owners.  Property owners may request the contractor to repair curb cuts at their cost, under permit.  Also, we ask property owners to stake any irrigation systems by September 7th to avoid accidental damage by the Contractor.  Trash pickup will continue on the regularly scheduled day.

Additionally, the contractor will be upgrading sidewalk ramps to current federal standards.  This involves making the ramp areas less steep.  As the ramp slopes are lessened the adjacent greenbelt areas need to be re-graded to meet the lowered sidewalk.  This will involve re-grading both the City owned grassy areas as well as privately owned grassy areas on corner lots.  Residents are encouraged to water the restored areas frequently to ensure turf establishment.

We apologize for the inconvenience this work may cause you.  The City and Al’s Asphalt will try to limit the inconvenience as best as possible.  Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.  Should you have any questions, kindly contact the undersigned at 734-324-4558, or by email at jplasencia@wyandottemi.gov.