DETROIT, Mich. (WXYZ) - Several City of Detroit offices will be closed until Wednesday, January 4 in observance of the holiday and for a budget furlough day.
Normal police, fire and bus services will be provided.
The following City of Detroit offices will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 3 because of budget-mandated furlough:
Buildings, Safety Engineering and Environmental Department
City Clerk’s Office and City Clerk Archives and Records Division
City Council Offices
Communications & Creative Services Division (CCSD)
Community Access Centers (formerly Neighborhood City Halls)
Finance Department - Income Tax, Revenue Collections, Treasury & Purchasing
General Services Department
Greater Detroit Resource Recovery Authority (GDRRA)
Health and Wellness Promotion
Human Resources (with the exception of Payroll Division)
Media Services (formerly Cable Communications Commission)
Municipal Parking (with the exception of garages and cashier offices)
Public Works (Refuse to be picked up, and drop-off locations will be open.)
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The Department of Public Works will not collect refuse and recycling on Monday, Jan. 2. DPW crews will collect trash and recyclables one day later. Tuesday’s collection will be picked up on Wednesday and so forth.
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