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Water shut-off, Main breaks and Emergency Notification Information

From time to time it becomes necessary to turn off the water service to residential and business properties in order for the water department to repair a water main break.  We no longer notify individual property owners when this occurs. We are sensitive, however, to the needs of our property owners and in the case of a medical necessity, we will do our best to contact you prior to turning off the water. 

We ask that you provide us in writing with the medical reason and your contact information.  Send the request to the attention of the Water Department at 23200 Gratiot Avenue, Eastpointe, MI 48021.  Provide your name, address, and telephone number (cell phone number also if available). The information will be retained for one year.  It is the property owners’ responsibility to notify the city every year if they need to remain on the emergency notification list.
FOR WATER BILL PAYMENTSMake check out to: City of Eastpointe (include account number on check).Mail to: City of Eastpointe, 23200 Gratiot Ave., Eastpointe, MI 48021, attn: Finance Department

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Water Department8 documents

  • 2019 Water Rates
  • Water Q & A
  • SLAP Program
  • SLAP Application
  • Sewer Back-Up Information
  • Water Main Breaks, Final Water Readings, Water Bills Information
  • Great Lakes Water Authority Information
  • Water/Sewer Permit

Water Quality, Preservation Links14 documents

  • Clinton River Watershed Council
  • CRCW Presentations and Workshops
  • River and Lake Preservation Tips
  • Waterway Preservation Boat and Auto Care Tips
  • Water Preservation Spring Cleaning Tips
  • Water Preservation Lawn Care Tips
  • Adopt-a-Stream Information
  • Citizens Guide to Lawn Fertilizer
  • Guide to Selecting a Lawn Service
  • Guide to Properly Disposing of Pet Waste
  • Great Lakes Information Network
  • Environmental Protection Agency Beach Standards
  • Michigan RV Dump Sites
  • RV Dump Stations