Financial Transparency Reports for the city of Center Line
Residents, property owners, occupants and businesses:
“State of Michigan Lead and Copper Rules require local water providers to investigate water service connections”
“The State of Michigan Lead and Copper Rules have resulted in substantial unfunded mandates, one of which is the requirement of local governments to determine if water service lines from the city service stop box to residential home water meters are connected to city water service via lead or copper pipes. This process is identified as a Water Service Investigation, and randomly selected home and business water service lines will be investigated. If your property was selected, your participation in this program is required by State statute, and you will receive notification no less than two days prior to the City’s contractor, Underground Infrastructure Services, LLC (UIS), visiting your property, which includes a need for access to your water meter. Homes that are selected for the “Water Service Investigation” will see members of USI, who must have proper identification, drill two small holes in the property front yard adjacent to the water service stop box. These small holes will be approximately 12-inches in diameter, drilled down about five feet. The holes will be backfilled and restored with topsoil and grass seed.
Selected homes interior water service meters will also be investigated for lead and copper materials, and the UIS team members can either be given access to the home for the investigation or the homeowner can photograph, as instructed, the water meter connections on each side of the water meter. If you were selected, detailed instructions will be included in the notification letter delivered to your home prior to the scheduled investigation.
Please see the below list of streets and timelines for the investigations on those streets. Again, if your home was selected you will receive notification by letter at your home approximately two days prior to the scheduled investigation.
Your cooperation regarding this State of Michigan mandated requirement is appreciated.
City of Center Line”
Street Date of Investigation
8000 block of Bernice 10/17/2022 – 10/18/2022
8000 block of McKinley 10/18/2022 – 10//19/2022
8000 block of Menge 10/19/2022 – 10/21/2022
8000 block of Potomac 10/21/2022 – 10/24/2022
Virginia Park 10/24/2022 – 10/25/2022
Busch 10/25/2022 – 10/26/2022
Central 10/26/2022 – 10/27/2022
8000 block of Dale 10/27/2022 – 10/31/2022
8000 block of Helen 10/31/2022 – 11/2/2022
Sunburst 11/3/2022 – 11/4/2022
Central 11/4/2022 – 11/7/2022
Comfort 11/7/2022 – 11/8/2022
Harding 11/8/2022 – 11/10/2022
Warren Blvd. 11/11/2022
8000 block of Coolidge 11/11/2022 – 11/15/2022
8000 block of Edward 11/15/2022 – 11/16/2022
Standard 11/16/2022 – 11/17/2022
8000 block of State Park 11/17/2022 – 11/18/2022
8000 block of Sterling 11/18/2022 – 11/21/2022
8000 block of Superior 11/21/2022 – 11/22/2022
7000 block of Bernice 11/22/2022
Lawrence Ave. 11/22/2022
7000 block of McKinley 11/22/2022 – 11/23/2022
7000 block of Menge 11/23/2022
7000 block of Potomac 11/23/2022
7000 block of Dale 11/25/2022
7000 block of Helen 11/28/2022
6000/7000 block of Engleman 11/29/2022 – 11/30/2022
7000 block of Coolidge 12/1/2022 – 12/2/2022
7000 block of Edward 12/2/2022 – 12/5/2022
Henry 12/5/2022 – 12/6/2022
Landau 12/6/2022 – 12/7/2022
Sherwood Ave. 12/7/2022 – 12/8/2022
State Park 12/7/2022 – 12/8/2022
E. 10 Mile 12/8/2022
7000 block of Standard 12/9/2022
7000 block of Stephens 12/9/2022 – 12/13/2022
7000 block of Superior 12/13/2022 – 12/14/2022
Van Dyke Ave. 12/14/2022 – 12/15/2022
If you have any questions, please contact the City Engineer, AEW, Paul Guinnane at 586-726-1234, Ext. 143
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DID YOU KNOW…. You can skip the line on Election Day and vote by mail? Voting has never been easier! With the passage of Proposal 18-3 last November, new changes are available for Michigan voters. One of the biggest changes is that ALL eligible registered voters in Michigan may now request an absent voter ballot without providing a reason. You can also request to be placed on the permanent absentee voter list to save a step in the future. Visit or call the Center Line City Hall to request an application prior to any Election, request to be placed on the permanent list, or if you have any questions about the process (586)757-6800 Janice Pockrandt Deputy City Clerk