300 West 13 Mile Rd
Madison Heights, MI 48071
Phone Number: (248) 589-2294
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Joseph G. Vitali - DPS Director
Statement of Services: The Department of Public Services is responsible for the City's infrastructure as well as programming for recreation and the City's senior population. The Department is comprised of the several divisions shown at left. These divisions cover roads and streets, water distribution and service, solid waste disposal and recycling, parks and grounds maintenance, building maintenance the City's Nature Center, recreation and senior programming, fleet maintenance, and custodial maintenance. Services are provided by a combination of City staff and contractors.
If you have questions that are not answered within the appropriate division page, try clicking on the FAQs button at left, which covers frequently asked questions about a variety of general topics of interest to residents.
Residents can report streetlight outages by filling out a Street Light Repair Request. The outages can also be reported by calling the City's Department of Public Services at 248-589-2294.
The Department of Public Services, the Nature Center and the Senior Center all offer gift certificates from $5 - $100. These are great ideas for those who are hard to buy for on your list! Purchase these at each building. In addition to gift certificates, the DPS and Nature Center have a variety of golf shirts, sweatshirts and t-shirts. Inventory varies.
Stop by to see our selection!
Bear Creek Display at City Hall & Library! Please stop by the City Hall Lobby or Library to see the Bear Creek Clean Water Initiative's display promoting protection of Bear Creek, which is the stretch of the Clinton River connecting Center Line, Hazel Park, Madison Heights, and Warren. For more info, visit the Bear Creek web site at www.bearcreeknews.com or the Clinton River Watershed Council at www.crwc.org.
We’re sure you did, but did you stop to think of how much is involved in providing you with all of the pure clean water you need every day? Did you stop at an intersection, ride over a smooth new concrete patch or cross safely at a crosswalk?
Once again, you probably did, but who makes sure that the roadway is kept clean and drivable, and traffic moves safely from place to place with proper signage and lane markings? The answer is the Department of Public Services!