July 4th holiday brings Farmington area closures, trash delays

The Farmington area Fourth of July holiday includes a chance of thunderstorms and these closures and changes:

Trash and recycling

Jon Aldred for Farmington Hills City Council

Trash, yard waste, and recycling will be collected as usual in Farmington and Farmington Hills on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, then delayed by one day. Friday routes will be handled on Saturday.

Government offices

Farmington and Farmington Hills city halls, the 47th District Court, and U.S. post offices in downtown Farmington and 32455 W. 12 Mile Rd., Farmington Hills will be closed on Wednesday. You can still purchase postage, mail letters and packages by using the Automated Postal Centers at both post office locations.


Both the Farmington Community Library Main library and Farmington branch will close on July 4, and re-open on July 5. Online services will be available.


The timeframe when residents can legally shoot consumer fireworks (between the hours of 11 a.m. and 11:45 p.m.) began June 29 and continues through July 5. Learn more: GET READY TO (LEGALLY) SHOOT OFF THOSE FIREWORKS, FARMINGTON

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