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No. The Drain Commissioner only maintains Dedicated Drains. It is the responsibility of the property owner to drain his/her water to our public outlet.
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Probably not. You should first contact the Monroe County Road Commission at 734-240-5102. Most road drainage is under their jurisdiction.
Call the Drain Commissioner's Office and request a petition for drain cleanout.
Yes. Call and express your concerns. The Drain Commissioner's staff will look into the problem.
No. Flood Plains are under the jurisdiction of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. Contact their Jackson, Michigan office at 517-780-7915 or you may view the FEMA Flood Plain Maps.
No. Wet lands are under the jurisdiction of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
No. If your sump pump is running it is doing what it is suppose to do.
Contact the Drain Commissioner's Office at 734-240-3101. We will be glad to help.