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Many City buildings closed in honor of Memorial Day on Monday, May 27

Leaf Collection Information

2023 BANNER DPW Loose Leaf Program

Only bagged or contained leaves will be collected through Dec. 15

Dearborn residents may continue to bag leaves and yard waste, which will be collected weekly through the week of Dec. 11 - 15.

Bagged leaf collection will continue on scheduled trash days through Dec. 15
Ensure your leaves are picked up by the city after they fall by putting them in yard waste paper bags or 20–32-gallon containers with a city yard waste sticker and set them on your easement every week on your trash day.

Place any paper bags or containers on your easement by 7 a.m. on your trash day each week. If you need yard waste stickers may be obtained at no charge by calling 313-943-2150.

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City of Dearborn payment system will be unavailable online, at the Dearborn Administrative Center on Tuesday, Oct. 17

The City of Dearborn payment system will be temporarily unavailable on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2023. Payments will not be accepted online or in person at the Dearborn Administrative Center while system upgrades and maintenance are completed.

An update will be posted to the City’s website and on social media @DearbornGov once service has been restored.

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Dearborn’s Haunted Trail Halloween event returns to Ford Field Park Oct. 27-29

The second annual Dearborn Haunted Trail Halloween event, hosted by the Department of Parks & Recreation, returns Friday, Oct. 27 at Ford Field Park, 22051 Cherry Hill Rd. The popular weekend-long event, which will run through Sunday, Oct. 29, will open at 7 p.m. each day, featuring games and food trucks, among other attractions.

Thousands of visitors attended the first Dearborn Haunted Trail when it premiered last fall. This year’s event - which is made possible, in part, through the generous support of Beech Monroe Goodyear Service Center, 1410 Monroe St. - will showcase additional activities, including a special Ghostbusters show with nightly performances at 6:45 p.m., 7:45 p.m. and 8:45 p.m.

Tickets for the Haunted Trail are $5 for individuals and $10 for families, regardless of residency. Tickets are time and date specific and can be purchased online at this link

While the event is not age restricted, the Haunted Trail experience may be too intense for younger children. Patrons who may need to bring a wheelchair, wagon, or stroller are cautioned that it may be more challenging to navigate the Haunted Trail due to the natural landscape of park trails, which is beyond the control of event organizers.

For further information, call 313-943-2350 or follow the City’s official social media platforms @DearbornGov. More information will also be available on the Dearborn Parks & Recreation social media pages on Instagram @Dearbornparks and on Facebook @DearbornParksandRec, including the Haunted Trail Facebook event page.

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Nominations Extended For ‘Dearborn Aglow-Fall Decorating Edition’ Through Oct. 16

This year, the Dearborn City Beautiful Commission is piloting a program to recognize homeowners who decorate their front yards for the fall season with a Halloween theme or with features that celebrate autumn, including pumpkins, mums, bales of hay, cornstalks, seasonal flowers and colors.

Residents are encouraged to nominate their neighbors, or their own homes, for the Dearborn Aglow: Fall Decorating Edition. The nomination period has been extended and nominations will be accepted through Monday, Oct. 16.

Commissioners will be judging homes from Oct. 17-22. The Commission highly encourages residents to participate in this new program as a way of spreading the fall season holiday fun and excitement throughout the community.

To nominate a house, call 313-943-2154 or complete the nomination form for Dearborn Aglow: Fall Decorating Edition by Oct. 16. You can also visit the City's website at: cityofdearborn.org/community/city-beautiful-programs/programs.

This is a wonderful time for residents to travel through the city to view the vivid and unique displays exhibited by their neighbors.

The honorees in this new autumn category will be announced on Tuesday, Oct. 24. Homes chosen as honorees will receive special recognition from the City Beautiful Commission.

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City of Dearborn previews recreation class options at upcoming Fall Fitness Day

On Saturday, Sept. 9, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center will be offering residents, patrons and those interested in participating in group fitness the opportunity to trial a series of classes as part of the new “Fall Fitness Day.”

A variety of options will be offered to anyone age 15 and older at $4 per class. Patrons intending to enroll in multiple classes can pay a $15 fee and sign up for as many classes as they wish.

To sign up for “Fall Fitness Day,” register by downloading the free Glofox app at the Apple App Store or at Google Play, and create a free account. See the QR code at: dearbornfordcenter.com/events/fall-fitness-day

Sean Fletcher, Director of Parks & Recreation stated, “We are excited to offer the community an opportunity to check out a variety of our fun and effective fitness classes. This is an effort to get people more involved in physical health, and it provides an opportunity for participants to determine if The Center and our classes are of interest to them.”

Classes offered include cycle, boot camp, body pump, core, step, Zumba, hustle, yoga, barre, body sculpt and foam roll, as well as a pair of aquatic offerings—water exercise and deep water exercise.

Space is limited for each class and early registration is encouraged.

Also, beginning Friday, Sept. 1, Parks & Recreation is rolling out a new way to register for programs, activities and facility rentals. Visit Dearbornparks.org to create an account and use the new registration tool.

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