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- How can I use the city compost yard?
The City of Sault Ste. Marie hosts a community compost pile where residents can dispose of their yard waste, and/or retrieve composted material for their gardens free of charge. The compost facility generally opens in May and closes in November each year. The exact dates depend on weather condi ...
- How do I report that a streetlight is out?
To report that a street light is out, call the City Engineering Department at (906) 632-5730 or email email@example.com. Some street lights are maintained directly by City crews; others are maintained by Cloverland Electric. Either way, once you report it to us, we will take care of any fur ...
- What types of inspections are required?
Types of inspections depend on the work being performed. If the work will be covered up at some point, you will usually need a rough and final inspection. If you are not sure, please contact the Building Department at (906) 632-5700.
- How do I get a street or alley vacated?
The process for requesting the vacation of a street or alley begins when you file a vacation application. Vacation applications are reviewed by the Planning and Development Commission (PDC). The PDC makes a recommendation to the City Commission which has final approval authority. Applications ar ...
- What is the Waste Management pickup route?
For a full depiction of Waste Management's pickup route please click on the attachment below. CONTACT INFORMATION Waste Management 711 W Spruce St. Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783 (906) 635-5971
- Tree roots appear to be clogging my sewer. Will you repair that for me?
The sewer lateral that services your home is private property; therefore, it’s maintenance is a responsibility of the homeowner. If you are having sewer problems, it’s always a good idea to contact the Water Department first. They can inspect the City’s sewer main to insure tha ...