Contact the Water Resources Commissioner's office during business hours at 734-222-6860 or email us. Our office is open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Staff will respond during normal business hours. For after-hours emergencies, call 911.
After Hours (non-emergency) - Submit a Service Request
Launch an interactive map to plot where drainage service is needed, include a photo if possible. A member of our staff will contact you as soon as available.
Report an Issue with Another Agency
Some concerns may fall outside of our jurisdiction. Use this list to find contact information for other municipalities.
Report an environmental emergency to MI EGLE:
Pollution Emergency Alert System (PEAS) Hotline 24/7 at
An environmental emergency is a sudden threat to the public health or the well-being of the environment from the release or potential release of oil, radioactive materials, or hazardous chemicals into the air, land, or water.
Naturally Occurring Phenomena
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy often receives complaints or inquiries about what is actually naturally occurring phenomena in surface water. Here are a few different types of naturally occurring phenomena that you may encounter on Michigan waters.