Snyder Asks for Presidential Disaster Declaration
Start Damage Assessments This Week
ATTENTION INKSTER RESIDENTS
Wayne County officials are currently in Inkster going
door-to-door speaking to Inkster residents affected by the
August 11, 2014 flood.
Dates to Keep in Mind as you continue to clean up from the
Flood of August 11, 2014.
Opens One-Stop Shop For Flood Recovery Assistance
City Emergency Declaration
Flood Form to
Be Completed Immediately
The form should be
turned to the DPS department or the City Clerks Office As Soon
for Emergency Disposal of Debris from August 2014 Flood
Sanitary Sewer Smoke Testing
working for the City of Westland
will be conducting routine and
regularly scheduled smoke testing of
the sanitary sewer system in your
area through mid-September.
Special City Council Meeting
- September 25, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.
This meeting will be
conducted in City Council Chambers
and held for the purposes of:
Consideration of a Resolution
setting the schedule for the
reading of meters and billing frequency of water and sewer usage
billings to monthly.
- Discussion/Action: Consideration of
a City Attorney
2015 Approved Budget Book
Inkster 2015 Approved Budget Book
The adopted budget is the result of significant input from
citizens, city council, employees, department directors and the
District Court Administrator.
County Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)
- 2015 Final Statement
In compliance with federal guidelines, the City of Inkster approved final projects and funding levels for Inkster’s allocation of the 2014 – 2015 Wayne County CDBG Program funding as follows:
Compost PickUp Schedule
Yard Waste is collected every other week on your designated collection day. Yard Waste will be collected weekly in the Month of November. Refer to your collection area to determine which area you live in. Collection will be delayed by one day for all collections that fall on or after a holiday.
Updated Community Resource Guide
Inkster Task Force, a group committed to the healthy development
of Inkster families, has updated the highly sought after
Community Resource Guide. Funding was made available by the
Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA). Pick up a free
copy at city hall or
click here to download.
City of Inkster Citizens Guide and Performance Dashboard
As part of the State of Michigan’s new
municipal finance requirements, the City of Inkster is now
providing more information to the local community; a
Citizens' Guide - which summarizes key financial trends
broken down in several areas to show the City's current fiscal
Dashboard - which displays several measurements that
provides a view of the overall quality of life trend in the
Debt Service Report that provides amortization schedules for all debt issued by the city, a
Projected Budget report to see how things may unfold next fiscal year, a
Consolidation Plan which displays areas of intergovernmental
cooperation and consolidation, an
Unfunded Accrued Liability Plan - which displays how the City
intends to manage retirement and health care benefit costs in
the future, and the
Economic Vitality Incentive Program Certification of
Accountability and Transparency.
City of Inkster Site Assessment Grant
The City of Inkster
has received a site assessment grant from the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) to assist the city in
its redevelopment efforts. The City of Inkster has funding
available through this grant to fund environmental assessment
activities on brownfield sites. The City is looking to support
projects that will transform the City through job creation and
the reuse of existing Brownfields.