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Grass Cutting and Noxious Weeds
During the summer months, grass and weeds can grow or accumulate at an alarming rate, causing property owners to tend their gardens and cut their grass sometimes more than once a week.  Whether the weather is dry and hot or cool and wet, it is the responsibility of residential and commercial property owners to maintain their grass and remove weeds.

Should you find that a property has grass in excess of 8 inches in length then you can use the "Report a Concern" button on the left side of the screen to tell us about it.  We will send out an inspector to confirm the condition and take appropriate action as necessary; often cutting the grass and billing the property owner.

For additional information regarding this city's policy on grass cutting and noxious weeds, please see Chapter 20.250 Planting and Maintenance of Plant Life and Forestry.

The City of St. Clair Shores27600 Jefferson Circle Drive, St. Clair Shores, MI 48081