Environmental Services

Flood Recovery Information

MISSION

The central mission of the Wayne County Department of Public Services - Environmental Services Group is to create, foster and maintain a clean and safe land and water environment for citizens of Wayne County by providing services for cost effective drainage systems, waste water management and solid waste management.

Kenneth Kucel, Deputy Director, DPS - Environmental Services Group

Wayne County is the eighteenth largest county in the nation and the most populous county in the State of Michigan. The County's land area is approximately 626 square miles, and is home to nearly 1.8 million people, residing in 43 communities. Wayne County's Department of Environment (DOE) was created in 1994 and, in 2010, was merged with the Department of Public Services (DPS) becoming the Environmental Services Group (ESG). ESG's mission is continuously achieved by talented administrators and employees, guided by the strategic goals of CEO Robert A. Ficano.

Throughout this website, you will be able to learn about ESG's many diverse services and programs. From Western Wayne to Downriver, from Detroit to Asia, ESG's successes and leadership in improving our environment is a model for communities around Michigan and the World. We are proud to serve you, our customers, with high-quality and cost-effective environmental services, and we welcome your comments and suggestions. Thanks for visiting.

There are three divisions within the DPS Environmental Services Group:

  • The Land Resource Management Division works to protect the land and water resources of the County through their solid waste and soil erosion programs.
  • The Facilities Management Division maintains sewer and drain operations, along with operations at the Downriver Wastewater Treatment Plant (serving thirteen Wayne County communities).
  • The Water Quality Management Division is focused on protecting and restoring water resources in Wayne County through a watershed management approach.
    This web site provides information for all ESG Divisions and their established missions, goals, and organizational structure, along with the services that they provide to the many communities of Wayne County. Please visit each division's web site, and utilize our services to the fullest extent. We look forward to serving you.

 

Public Notices

  • Notice of Day of Review of District Boundaries and Day of Review of Apportionments

    A Day of Review of District Boundaries will be held on August 15, August 18, and August 20, 2014, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Wayne County Department of Public Services Roads Division, Central Maintenance Yard, located at 29900 Goddard Road, Romulus, Michigan. Please refer to the notice you received by mail for more information on the Review of District Boundaries date applicable to your property. The purpose of the Review of District Boundaries is to more accurately define the lands that are benefited by a drain. These Reviews will not decide any assessment. However, it will establish the district boundaries for the future.

    A Day of Review of Apportionments will be held on August 25, August 27, and August 29, 2014, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Wayne County Department of Public Services Roads Division, Central Maintenance Yard, located at 29900 Goddard Road, Romulus, Michigan. Please refer to the notice you received by mail for more information on Review of Apportionment date applicable to your property. The purpose of the Review of Apportionments is to establish the apportionment of benefits between the property owners, municipalities, county and the Michigan Department of Transportation within the revised district boundaries. Assessment information will be available.

    Please click here to download a pdf of notices and maps for each drain subject to a Day of Review of District Boundaries and Day of Review of Apportionments. 
     
  • Milk River Notice of Drainage Board Meeting - August 20, 2014 at the St. Clair Shores City Hall, 27600 Jefferson Avenue
    Please click here for more information.
     
  • Notice Requirements for Sewage Disposal or Storm Water System Event
24 Hour Environmental Hotline 1-888-223-2363 For more information, click here.



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Terry Spryszak
Director of DPS - Environmental Services Group
(313) 224-3620