Wyandotte happy to be back in people-hosting business

Hello Warrior readers,

With the summer season getting underway, the recent news of COVID-19 restrictions being lifted is welcomed news and comes just in time to kickstart our event season. It goes without saying that it’s been a tough year and a half for everyone and I’m so pleased to be able to resume our traditional summer events that everyone looks forward to each year.

Please join us on Saturday, July 3 at 10 a.m. in Downtown Wyandotte for the 84th annual Independence Day Parade. Wyandotte is proud to recognize and honor our veterans and service men and women and provide a quality family event to Downriver citizens.

On the heels of the parade comes the 60th Wyandotte Street Art Fair beginning at 10a.m. on July 7 and will run through July 10. 

As one of the largest art fairs in the state, we are thrilled to see the vendors and exhibitors once again line the street in the heart of our downtown for this much anticipated event.

Speaking of streets, I am pleased to announce that the city has resumed a regular street cleaning schedule which will rotate throughout the city based on refuse collection dates. 

Residents are asked to not park within twenty (20) feet of street drainage structures so that the sweeper can clean debris from around and off the covers.

Please visit our website at www.wyandotte.net and our city Facebook page at www.facebook.com/WyandotteMichigan for more information on events and announcements.

I look forward to seeing you around town!

Mayor DeSana

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