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Cross Connection Control Program
Cross Connection devices insure fertilizers, pesticides, animal waste and other harmful substances do not get siphoned back into the drinking water supply in your home which could contaminate the water supply system.
The Electrical Division is responsible for most traffic signals and approximately 700 street lights within the City of Royal Oak. All other street lights, specifically those on wooden poles, are maintained by DTE Energy.
Fall Curbside Leaf Collection
View the tentative 2021 Curbside Leaf Collection Schedule.
The Highway Division is responsible for a variety of operations related to street maintenance, such as signs, guardrails, painting and snow removal.
The City of Royal Oak and the Royal Oak School District have collaborated to bring you a more informative and extensive brochure.
The Motor Pool assists all Royal Oak departments with delivery of services to residents and businesses through the use of safe and reliable equipment, such as police cars, small and large trucks, fire apparatus, tractors, road sweepers, aerial equipment, etc.
Learn more about recycling for the City of Royal Oak.
Refuse collection is performed by an outside contractor, GFL, and is administered through the Department of Public Service's Office.
The Sewer Division is responsible for the maintenance of approximately 300 miles of sewers (sanitary and storm) throughout the Community.
The Water Maintenance Division has two basic duties: one is to provide a clean, constant supply of water to home and businesses, the other is to provide a high-pressure supply of water for fire protection.
The Water Service Division maintains over 24,000 water meters throughout the City of Royal Oak.
Learn more about disposing of your yard waste, such as grass clippings, leaves, and weeds, in the City of Royal Oak.
Waterworks Park Project
This page provides periodic updates about the Waterworks Park storage site removal project.