Public Services Department
RUBBISH: Use plastic trash bags and place at the street before 6:30 a.m., but not earlier than 6:00 p.m. of the preceding evening. Plastic bags must be tied and placed into the provided trash cart. To view guidelines for placing the trash cart at the street, as well as other information, please view this document: Guidelines for Cart Placement
GLASS AND SHARP OBJECTS: Wrap glass and sharp objects in heavy newspaper.
CARDBOARD BOXES: Must be flattened and tied together.
CARPETING: Must be rolled/bundled/tied in four foot lengths and no heavier than 50 pounds each.
LATEX PAINT: Lids must be removed and any leftover paint must be completely dry. Cat litter or sand may speed up the drying process. Oil base paint is a hazardous material, see below.
HAZARDOUS WASTE: Do not dispose of hazardous waste with your rubbish. Contact the Macomb County Hazardous Waste Department at (586) 466-7923 for drop-off schedules.
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, ROCKS, DIRT, SOD, BRICKS OR CONCRETE: Are not considered household rubbish and will not be removed by the trash hauler.
YARD WASTE/COMPOST: The annual yard waste removal program commences around the beginning of April and runs through the end of December 16, 2016. This program is for the pick up and removal of all vegetation, yard waste, grass clippings, and leaves. The township contractor will pick up compost materials on your regular rubbish pick up day. All leaves, grass and other yard waste must be placed in either paper compost bags or 32 gallon trash cans with no bags. The trash cans must be affixed with a compost sticker which is available at the Department of Public Services or by calling (586) 286-9300. Compost containers must not be heavier than 50 pounds.
BRANCHES: Branches less than four feet in length which are bundled and less than 50 pounds per bundle may be placed at the curb with compost. Do not put branches in cans or bags. For larger branches call the Department of Public Services at (586) 286-9300 to schedule the chipper truck.
GLASS BOTTLES AND JARS: Unbroken clear, green or brown jars or bottles. No window glass, mirrors, pyrex, ceramics or dishes are accepted.
METAL CANS: Tin and aluminum cans are accepted.
PLASTIC BOTTLES & CONTAINERS: Plastics numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 are accepted. Look on the bottom of the container for the number. Rinse out the container and throw the lids in with the regular trash. Labels are okay.
BATTERIES: Small household batteries are to be placed in a clear plastic bag and then in the recycling bin. No car batteries. Batteries are not acceptable in the large 64 gallon recycling carts.
GLOSSY MAGAZINES & CATALOGS: Bundle several at a time with string or strong rubber band and place in the recycle bin.
BOXBOARD: Cereal boxes, shoe boxes and similar type material. Flatten and place in a brown paper bag or bundle. Place in recycle bin.
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD: Fold or cut and place in separate brown paper bag or bundle in 2 foot by 2 foot wide bundles and place next to recycle bin.
NEWSPAPERS/TELEPHONE BOOKS: Place in a paper bag or bundle.
JUNK MAIL: Put in a paper or plastic bag and place in recycle bin.
OFFICE PAPER: Put in a paper or plastic bag and place in recycle bin.
KITCHEN COOKWARE: Place clean metal pots, pans, tins and utensils in recycle bin.
PLASTIC BAGS: Most retail and grocery bags are acceptable. Put all bags in one bag and place in recycle bin.
Phone: (586) 286-9465
FAX: (586) 263-8022
Water Email: Water@clintontownship.com
DPW Email: DPW@clintontownship.com
After Hours/Emergency: (586) 469-5502
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To all owners of land located in Clinton Township. It shall be the duty of all owners of land on which noxious weeds are growing to destroy the weeds before they reach a height of six inches or re-grow to a height of six inches, and to prevent such noxious weeds from perpetuating themselves. Weeds must be cut no later than May 1 of each year, and as many times as necessary to maintain a height of no more than six inches.
Failure of any property owner to destroy said noxious weeds by May 1 of each year, and thereafter as necessary, may result in the property owner being subjected to a fine not more than $100.00 or ninety (90) days in jail and/or both, and will result in the township entering on said premises to destroy said weeds as often as necessary at the expense of the property owner. Said expense will consist of a lien on the property as provided by law.
If the township cuts your property you will be billed $150.00 for property less than one acre or $300.00 per acre for property of one acre or more. If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Public Services at (586) 286-9300.
HOLIDAYS - When a holiday falls during the normal work week, collection will be made the following day with Friday's collection on Saturday. The following holidays will be observed: