DEARBORN (WWJ) – The city of Dearborn is warning its residents to keep their parked vehicles off the street on public service days, or face a fine.

City officials say public service days will start-up again this week on April 1 and last through Nov. 30. The city will provide “critical services” on public service days, which coincide with a neighborhood’s trash day, such as street sweeping tree-trimming, and sewer maintenance.

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To ensure services are provided in a safe, effective manner, city officials are warning residents not to park on the street from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on their designated public service day. Residents are also reminded that they must keep trash can, recycle bins and yard waste containers off the street on their neighborhood’s public service day.

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Officials say vehicles parked on the street between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on a public service day will be ticketed. Note that you cannot park your vehicle across the sidewalk or on your easement or lawn.

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For more information on Public Service Days, call 313-943-2276 or visit