The Village of Romeo Department of Public Works will begin leaf pickup during the week of October 17, 2022 and will continue until Wednesday, November 23, 2022.
Leaves will only be picked up curbside during this scheduled time. General Guidelines: Please rake your leaves to the edge of the curb starting the week of October 17, 2022. Prior to this date, you may bag your leaves and put out for GFL to pick up. Leaves should NOT, if at all possible, be raked into the street. Sticks, branches, rocks, pumpkins, cornstalks, flower bed and garden debris as well as walnuts that fall from the trees, are NOT to be included within the leaf piles as this will damage the leaf machine. If any of this debris is found within your leaves, they will not be picked up; you will then be required to bag and put them out for GFL.
GFL will continue to pick up yard waste when placed in the proper recyclable paper bags until Wednesday, November 23, 2022. That will be their last yard waste pickup for the year. You may burn your leaves throughout the months of October and November. Please contact the Romeo Bruce Fire Department for details and permit information at 586-752-2520. The Department of Public Works will be working to help keep our streets clean throughout this time. Should you have questions, please contact the DPW at 586-752-2684.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR MARIHUANA BUSINESS LICENSES.
Please contact the Village Clerks office to schedule an appointment for application submission. (586)752-3565, opt. 2.
On Monday August 16, 2021, the Village of Romeo Board of Trustees approved Ordinance #557
Romeo Marihuana Business Ordinance#557
On Thursday August 5, 2021, the Village of Romeo Planning Commission approved the following amendment ...
This report has been put together by extensive research conducted by the Village to City committee. Please feel free to contact the Village offices with any further questions about data in this report.
FINAL DOCUMENT – Village to City – Romeo MI – v2
We get a lot of comments to the Village office saying we spelled Marihuana incorrectly. Here is an article from the State of Michigan on why it is spelled with an “H”.
MRA – Why is marijuana sometimes spelled with an “h” and other times spelled with a “j”? (michigan.gov)
Residents can now pay TAX and Water bills online!
Water Bills: click HERE and enter in your address. You will also be able to review your payment history.
**There is a 3% (of balance due) fee added on for this service.
Tax Bills: Tax bills are paid through Macomb County if they are late. Choose the Tax ...