The survey is closed and the results are in. Click Here to view the full survey results. Overall, about 75% of residents are satisfied with curbside leaf pickup. About 30% think it’s great, 48% think it’s okay, and the remaining 22% find it unsatisfactory. There were a few recurring themes from the survey comments, which
‘Tis the season for disposing of Christmas Trees. Residents can place Christmas trees at the curb for pickup with trash on Mondays. If you would like your tree to be recycled you can take it to the SOCRRA recycling drop-off center located at 995 Coolidge. There is no cost to drop your tree off for
Our City Hall holiday hours are as follows: Monday, December 23 – 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday, December 24 – closed for Christmas Eve Wednesday, December 25 – closed for Christmas Day Thursday, December 26 – 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (water bills due) Monday, December 30 – 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday,
Davey has started work on City street trees as part of the City’s ongoing tree maintenance program. Work has started on Oakdale, and will continue on Maplefield and Woodside in the coming weeks. Some of the trees look quite different after trimming, but they will look much more natural once they leaf out in the spring.
We’re looking for input on how you thought this challenging leaf season went. We’ll use this input to find ways that we can improve leaf collection next year. The survey is short – two questions – and will be open until Friday, December 20. Click on the link below to go to the survey: Leaf
We have one opening on the Planning Commission and two openings on the Recreation Commission. If you are interested in getting involved, you can fill out an application available at this link. The Planning Commission also serves as the Downtown Development Authority board, and meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 7 pm.
The Community is invited to the November PR GARDEN CLUB MEETING Monday November 4, 2019Community Center, 4 Ridge11 am Program: Cooking vegetables grown in pollinator gardens with Julie McManus and Annie Magdowski Lunch will follow the program using the demo foods, cost is $5. Please RSVP to Julie McManus at Macmipr2@yahoo.com by Wednesday, October 30.
The Pleasant Ridge water department has completed our annual water quality testing and reported our results to the State. We are happy to report that we meet the State’s water quality levels for lead and copper. The action level for lead is 15 parts per billion (ppb). Our 90th percentile lead level is 6.7 ppb,
Flu Shot Clinic Thu., Oct. 3, 1-5:30 p.m., at the Community Center Walgreens will be administering the Quadrivalent Flu Vaccine*. The quadrivalent flu vaccine is designed to protect against four different flu viruses; two influenza A viruses and two influenza B viruses. *Vaccines are subject to availability. State, age, and health-related restrictions may apply. Most insurance
The Community is invited to the October PR GARDEN CLUB MEETING Monday Oct 7, 2019 Community Center, 4 Ridge 7 pm Program: HOSTA BASICS AND CONTAINER GARDENING presented by Andy Torvinen, Owner of Perennial Accents, Royal Oak. Light refreshments will be provided
The cities of Ferndale and Pleasant Ridge have again partnered with SMART to provide FREE shuttles during this weekend’s Funky Ferndale Art Fair and DIY Festival. The free shuttles will run every 20-25 minutes. Friday hours are 5 pm-12 am and Saturday hours are 11 am 12 am. The Pleasant Ridge stops are again on
Hartwell Cement has been contracted by the City to remove and replace degrading joints on our streets. They will be working throughout the City over the coming weeks. All streets will remain open and passable during this project, but the streets will be narrowed while they are working. The replacement project is focusing on areas
EVERYONE IS WELCOME. We are always looking for new members. Monday, Sept. 9 at 4 Ridge 9:30 Business Meeting 10:30 Carpool to Drew Gardens, Nutritional Center, Detroit Public Schools, 9600 Wyoming, Detroit 11:00 Tour of Drew Gardens 12:30 Lunch – O’Mara’s Berkley (lunch on your own) Please RSVP to Mary Ann Stella at (248) 979-5917