Here’s An Example Of Dearborn Heights Ordnance Department Hard At Work.

Wondering why abandoned homes are never taken care of in Dearborn Heights? Well, I think we found our answer this is a picture from a resident of what the ordnance department left on an abandoned home that they reported to the City of Dearborn Heights.

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7 thoughts on “Here’s An Example Of Dearborn Heights Ordnance Department Hard At Work.”

  1. How can you extrapolate from this one mistake that an entire dept is “lazy”? There are 5 officers and 26,000 parcels of property in the city. That averages out to a little over 5,000 per officer. Since there are many residents who are repeat offenders, that figure goes up.

    People don’t want to pay taxes, but expect to see an ordinance officer in front of every house waiting to immediately jump into action before even one piece of trash hits the ground while simultaneously removing a sign from a pole and with his free hand taking out a colony of rats. City employees do a good job with the resources they have, but some of these unreasonable expectations coupled with the derogatory characterization of their character noted in this thread, make it very difficult to maintain the enthusiasm necessary to do a good job. And please don’t say they’re getting paid. You can go to almost any city around here and find a better pay scale.

    There is a lot of room for improvement in this city and that includes the residents as well as the city employees. If those two groups don’t work together in a compatible way (without the name calling), I don’t see how anything can be accomplished. I can’t believe that employees don’t take pride in their work, because I know they do. Residents take pride in their city and want to see it improve. These are not opposing goals, people. Take some time and learn exactly what staff do. It’s like an iceberg. Residents just see the part above the surface and believe that’s all there is.

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  2. The Ordinance department is anything but lazy. We have 3 full time and 2 part time officers that cover the entire City, 6 days a week. In addition to Orinance enforcement, our officers also take all the Animal Control calls and schedule and follow up with Vector Control. Every Monday and Thursday mornings our department sweeps the City for signs on poles and City property. If you have seen some that we have missed, please let us know so we can remove them. Ordinance 313-791-3497. Thank you

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  3. ONE OTHER THING SOME PEOPLE ARE USING THE TRASH CANS TO FILL UP WITH LEAVES AND GRASS.YOU MIGHT WANT TO SAY SOMETHING ON YOUR SITE………I TRIED TO TELL THEM IT FOR TRASH I DON’T SPEAK ENGLISH.

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  4. I post that the ordinance DEPT is getting lazy doing there job.I have complaint about signs on city property on poles in this city. All they have to do is stop and throw the signs in there trunk.I was that if it not called in they don’t pick up signs.To me if your driving around the city to do your job stop a take the signs down.We look like DETROIT POST ANYTHING IN DEARBORN HEIGHTS they will not take the signs down…………Please post this it need to be seen you did not post my last one about ordinance dept that there lazy…….

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  5. Sometimes the duplicate copy thats posted will fade. Especially if the home is facing the sun most of the day. Depending on the date it was posted a follow up inspection has been scheduled. What would be helpful is if you could contact me directly with the address so I can properly follow up. Ordinance 313-791-3497. Thank you.

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