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Dec 01, 2022

Leaf Vacuuming Has Ended

As of this writing (December 2), the curbside leaf pick up has ended. The DPW will rush to convert those trucks to handle salt and plowing.  Luckily, for your remaining leaves, there are two more Tuesdays for pickup of yard waste (in tall paper bags or cans with stickers). The yard waste bags can be set at the curb after 4:00 pm Monday but no later than 7:00 am Tuesday.  December 13th is the last pickup. 

Dec 01, 2022

Branch Chipping

After our pause in branch chipping, as leaf season has ended, the DPW will resume its branch chipping schedule for Wednesdays whenever weather permits.  We are already making a change for this coming week to accommodate all those who have had branches out: in addition to today (December 2), we will have the chipper out on MONDAY, December 5th. We will then resume our Wednesday schedule starting on December 14. Please remember that we can accept branches with 2” minimum diameter (up to 6”) and 4’ minimum length. Smaller stuff goes into yard waste collection. This is a safety issue for our staff.

Nov 10, 2022

Sewer Rehabilitation Work

Due to sewer line rehabilitation work, residents may receive a notice on their door handle. If so, the crew has the legal right to access the sewer holes in front of and behind homes. Sewer easements provide the ability for city and construction crews to enter without trespassing.

Please contact Lanzo from Lanzo Construction Co. at 954.702.0592 or 478.508.5499 for any questions or concerns.

Nov 09, 2022

November 8th Election Results

The November 8th election is over, and the Clerk's Office would like to thank all city staff and election workers for a smooth process. Citizen participation was astounding, with an 80% voter turnout!  

Click Here for Links to See Election Results


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Nov 04, 2022

Leaf Pickup Update

As we continue our bulk pickup of leaves in the city, we want residents to be able to plan ahead. With that in mind, we offer the color-coded map here, which shows our planned weekly route and last pickup dates for each section. 

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Oct 18, 2022

Leaf Pickup Begins: October 24

The DPW plans to begin leaf pickup from the street on Monday, October 24. Please feel free to rake out your leaves this weekend. It can take a full week to get through the city when volume is high, so yours might not be picked up on Monday but on another day. Eleven Mile residents can rake out to the right of way for Thursday afternoon pickups. Rain can be a factor, too. If you’d rather, you can always bag leaves (and other yard waste) and set them on the curb between 4:00 pm Mondays and 7:00 am Tuesdays. The DPW will pick up leaves through December 2nd, and curbside pickup of bagged yard waste by Tringali continues through December 13.  

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Sep 28, 2022

New Drop Box Location

The City has a NEW drop box on the west side of City Hall!  It is accessible after hours and weekends!  It allows for ALL City business to include water bill payments, tax payments, and absentee ballot applications and ballots!
Apr 23, 2021

Master Plan Update

The Master Plan Update is in progress! Residents should visit www.hwmasterplan.com for more information.

Notice of Weed Control Ordinance

Notice is hereby given to the owners and occupants of parcels of land in the City of Huntington Woods that any growth of grass or weeds greater than 6 inches in height on the average, or noxious or harmful vegetation not cut by May 1, 2022 will be cut or lawfully destroyed by the City.
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Utilize City Hall Drop Boxes When You Can

Due to the rise in Covid cases, City Hall in encouraging residents to utilize both the east side vestibule and west side parking lot drop boxes for tax and water bill payments and other City business. 
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Hydrant Flushing through the Month of August

Starting on August 1, the DPW will begin its annual flushing of fire hydrants. This process keeps fire hydrants in good working order. The process stirs up sediment, which can make your water temporarily cloudy or off-color.  If you notice this at home, you will want to clear your water lines by running cold water for several minutes, from an outside hose or a faucet as close to your meter as possible, until the water is clear.

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