March 6th Newsletter
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ELECTION INSPECTORS NEEDED!
The City Clerk’s Office is actively seeking individuals to work at the precincts on election day.
 
PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION
TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 2020

Election inspectors perform tasks to open the polls, check-in voters, issue ballots, assist voters at the tabulator and closing the polls. Some computer skills are helpful and training is available.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE SERVE IN THIS CAPACITY PLEASE COME FORWARD AND APPLY TO BE AN ELECTION INSPECTOR.

Many voters are surprised to learn that Inspectors receive PAY FOR ELECTION DAY. 
If you are a registered voter or if you are student between the ages of 16 and 18 and meet all the requirements of an inspector, the City of Lincoln Park is seeking applications for election workers.

Please apply at the Clerk’s Office, 1355 Southfield Rd, Lincoln Park, MI

Please call 313-386-1800 ext. 1247 or 1248 for additional information.
Upcoming Events
The Ultimate Comfort Food Cook Off
Do you have the ultimate mac-n-cheese, chili, or dessert dish?
Test your cooking skills at the Ultimate Comfort Food Cook Off!

There are 10 spaces open in each category and one winner per category. The winner will be chosen by public voting.

All entries must be made at home and brought to the event.
There will be no kitchen provided for cooking.

Public Entry - $2 | Chef Registration Fees - $20

March 21st at the Bandshell | 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Contact Maureen Tobin for more information.
(313) 386-1800 ext 1400 or mtobin@citylp.com
If you are interested in events that are taking place in the City of Lincoln Park, such as Council Meetings, click the button below to view the City Calendar.
Lincoln Park Happenings
In addition to our bi-weekly newsletter, the city of Lincoln Park also publishes a quarterly newsletter, “The Happenings," which contains additional information about citywide events, activities, and recreation. Click the button below to learn more.
City Council Meetings
Unless otherwise noted, Council Meetings are the first and third Monday of every month. They are held at 7:30 p.m in the Council Chambers at City Hall.

If you are unable to attend a meeting, you can watch the live stream on YouTube or watch the rebroadcast on channel 12 (Comcast) and channel 10 (WOW!).
Wayne County Household Hazardous Waste Collection
Wayne County’s Department of Environment hosts Household Hazardous Waste Collections each year for County residents. The collections are designed to accept unwanted household chemicals for proper disposal and electronics for recycling from residents. There is no fee to participate and you do not have to reserve a time with our department or the County. Simply show up!
Saturday, April 4, 2020
Second Ebenezer Church
14601 Dequindre Street Detroit, MI 48212
8:00 a.m. - 2 p.m.

For more information, click here .
Saturday, June 13, 2020
Henry Ford College
5101 Evergreen Road Dearborn, MI 48128
8:00 a.m. - 2 p.m.

For more information, click here .
Saturday, August 8, 2020
Westland Shopping Center
35000 Warren Road Westland MI, 48185
8:00 a.m. - 2 p.m.

For more information, click here .
For more information, contact the Wayne County DPS at (734) 326-3936 or visit their website
Seasonal Updates
Winter Weather Updates
The City of Lincoln Park wants to remind residents about the following snow items:

  • Lincoln Park municipal code requires the responsible party of each property to remove snow within their sidewalk within 24 hours and within 12 hours for ice accumulation.
  • Fort St, Dix Hwy, Southfield Rd, and Outer Dr are under the jurisdiction of Wayne County or MDOT. We are not responsible for salting or removal of snow on those roads.
  • The Department of Public Service is responsible for plowing 230 lane miles of road during snow events. DPS prioritizes main routes so emergency vehicles can get to schools, hospitals, and homes quickly.
  • During a significant snow event, the City of Lincoln Park may declare a snow emergency to ensure DPS can successfully plow the roads.
  • Please remember to move your vehicle from the street during a snow emergency as to not receive a parking infraction.
  • Be sure to keep fire hydrants clear of snow so they are accessible for the Fire Department
  • Please remove snow and other debris away from any fire hydrant in a 3 foot perimeter.
Recycling Program
The city of Lincoln Park has partnered with GFL Environmental, USA to bring a new comprehensive recycling program to all Lincoln Park residents.

The program officially started during the month of October with all other services remaining unchanged. 

All items for pick up (including trash, recycling, and yard waste) must be out by 7:00 a.m.
What Is Recyclable?
  • Plastics - containers with codes 1 & 2
  • Metal - cans, pots, pans, etc.
  • Paper, newspaper, phone books, magazines, and brown paper bags
  • Cardboard - cut into 2' x 2' pieces and tied in bundles
  • Paperboard and box board - cereal, tissue, and shoe boxes - flattened and bundled
  • Rinsed milk or juice cartons
What Isn't Recyclable?
  • Packing materials
  • Garbage
  • Propane tanks
  • Paint cans
  • Medical waste
  • Flammable Liquids
  • Household cleaners
  • Dry or liquid chemicals
  • Wood items
  • Batteries
  • Plastic Bags
  • All Glass
Curbside Etiquette
Why Was My Rubbish Collection Not Picked Up?
One of the most common reasons why our rubbish collection contractor misses pickups is because they simply did not see it!

It is important to place your cart so that the opening faces the street with the lid completely closed to avoid rubbish from falling in to the street. Be mindful to make sure the cart is not blocked by a vehicle or other curbside items.

Yard waste must be placed in designated paper yard waste bags or properly marked containers. Yard waste stickers are available at City Hall.

The yard waste truck will not stop to look in unmarked containers. All branches and twigs need to be cut in 3 foot lengths and bundled with twine. Filled bags must be less than 50 lbs. Please remember, dirt is not considered yard waste and will not be accepted.
Reporting Issues Within The City
Before reporting a pothole, please ensure it's on one of our local City maintained roads.

Wayne County maintains the following roads: Fort Street, Outer Drive, Dix, and Southfield
DTE makes reporting nonfunctional street lights and downed power lines easy with their report tool.
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