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A Historic Waterfront Community
Incorporated in 1867, the City of Wyandotte is often described as the ‘Heart of Downriver.’ The site where Wyandotte sits today was, in the 1700s, a village for the Native American tribe known as the Wyandot, a part of the Huron Nation. A waterfront community, Wyandotte is rich in history and is known for its distinctive architecture, charming downtown district and variety of cultural offerings. The City has been awarded the designation of a Preserve America Community by the Federal Government. MORE

News and Announcements

City Hall Hours
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday - Friday

Dept of Public Services Hours
8:00 am to 3:00 pm Monday – Friday

Recycling Center
Summer Hours (Starting first Monday in May)
Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 7:30 pm
Saturday 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Sundays 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

All City offices are closed on holidays
and election days.

Road repairs on Ford Ave. (Northline) east of I-75 between Fort Street (M-85) and Biddle Ave. in the City of Wyandotte.

Fire Extinguisher Recall

Leaf Collection Schedule

Backflow Valve Funding

The City of Wyandotte is selling vacant lots for the construction of new single family dwellings are various location throughout the City - Build a Future in Wyandotte

Pay your Wyandotte Municipal Services Bill online

Refuse Collection Guidelines

CODE RED - Citizens should enroll for CODE RED Emergency Alerts

The City of Wyandotte offers web, cable and electronic sign advertising for non-profits  - ADVERTISE YOUR EVENT

The 2017 Christmas Parade applications are now available. Click here to participate!

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