1. Vaccinate Livonia 4-13

    Vaccinate Livonia Appointments Updates for April 14 and 16

    Vaccinate Livonia appointments scheduled for Wednesday, April 14, will be continuing as scheduled, with the Pfizer vaccine. Appointments scheduled for Friday, April 16, are canceled due to supply shortages created by the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause. Read on...
  2. Construction Barrel

    Alert to Drivers: Merriman (Plymouth to Joy) Rehabilitation Project Starts Thursday, April 15

    Drivers can expect reduced lanes and slow travel on Merriman Road from Plymouth to Joy starting Thursday, April 15. Crews will be patching the concrete on this stretch of Merriman Road. The north and south ends of the project will be resurfaced. Read on...
  3. Mayor Brosnan COVID-19 Update March 31

    Mayor Brosnan's update on Livonia's status with COVID-19

    Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan provides an update on the City's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wayne County announces 76 new Livonia residents have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. Read on...
  4. Yard Waste Bags Small

    Yard Waste Collection Service Has Resumed

    Separated yard waste curbside collection service will resume on your regular trash collection day the week of March 29. Yard waste should be disposed of in maximum of 33-gallon trash cans marked with a yard waste sticker or in paper compost bags. Read on...
  5. Annual Report 2020

    City of Livonia Releases New and Improved Annual Report for 2020

    The City of Livonia has released its 2020 Annual Report, titled Progress in a Pandemic. The report takes on a new format this year, telling a data-rich story of the City’s work. Read on...
  6. DPW chipper

    Chipper Services Resume

    Chipper service for brush and branch disposal will resume for the season on Monday, March 29 for branches and limbs longer than four feet in length and up to four inches in diameter. Read on...
  7. Household Hazardous Waste

    HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DROP-OFF HAS RESUMED

    Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off has resumed as of Monday, March 1. There will be a $5 fee for each drop-off up to 100 lbs. Residents will pay 75 cents per pound over 100 lbs. Read on...
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