Flood Cleanup Efforts Continue In DetroitCity of Detroit officials are reminding residents in flood-damaged areas that crews will continue to pick up debris at the curb, and no blight tickets will be issued in those affected areas.
DWSD Updates Public On Massive $240.4 Million Water And Sewer Upgrades In DetroitDetroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) officials provided an update on the $240.4M invested in water and sewer upgrades in the past two years. More construction is planned this summer and next year at $203.9M, including a massive project in Far West Detroit.
Water Main Break Temporarily Shuts Off Water DowntownThe Detroit Water and Sewerage Department shut-off valves for a large part of downtown Detroit where some businesses and residents either experienced no water at all or low water pressure.
Massive $8.6 Million Stormwater Project Will Help Reduce Floods In A Westside Detroit NeighborhoodDetroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) officials unveiled the completed $8.6 million stormwater project on Oakman Boulevard between Joy Road and Tire-man Avenue with a demonstration. A fire hydrant was used to show how water that lands on Oakman Boulevard will be directed into the bioretention gardens through curb cuts and catch basin tie-ins.
Detroit Water And Sewerage Reports Total Water Sampling Remains Under Action LevelDWSD’s water quality continues to meet the requirements of Michigan’s revised Lead and Copper Rule, the most stringent in the nation.
DWSD Cleans 30,000th Catch Basin, As City Works To Prevent Street FloodingA commitment by the city to help prevent flooding on residential streets in Detroit being fulfilled today, as crews clean 30,000th catch basin.
City Of Detroit Announces COVID-19 Water Restart PlanFor the first 30 days the State of Michigan will cover costs and after 30 days for only $25 a month, customers without water can have it restored.
Mixed Reviews On Water Department Implementing Proposed ChangesThe Director of Detroit's Water and Sewerage Department wants to begin implementing some of the controversial changes proposed following a 90 day review of the system.