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The Township campus will be the site of a Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off event on Saturday, October 2, from 9 AM to 2 PM. Find more information here.

The Treasurer's Office will be open until 5:30 PM for payment of Summer Taxes. Payments may also be placed in the lobby drop box, which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information click here.

Join us for a Community Values Workshop as part of our Water & Sewer Rate Study. Help us gather input on the community values to consider when developing water and sewer rates by completing a survey immediately following the presentation.

Bloomfield Township is performing a study for its water and sewer rates to ensure the utility’s continued financial health, including the ability to fund needed operations and infrastructure investments.

Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 22 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the Bloomfield Township Public Library for the Community Values Workshop to learn more!  The Workshop will be a presentation on ways that water and sewer rates can be affected by consumer choices. There will be no public comment period as this is not an official Board meeting. Attendees at the Workshop will be asked to respond to a survey after the presentation to provide their feedback and opinions.  This survey will only be available to attendees who listen to the presentation.
 

Michigan Court of Appeals Rules in Township's Favor in Water Rate Lawsuit

Add your address to the Do Not Knock Registry to prevent solicitors from coming to your door.

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Read the Summer 2021 Newsletter.

DTE Tree Program

Dear Residents,

Trees are a big part of what makes our neighborhoods beautiful, but they are also the leading cause of power outages and can pose serious safety hazards if growing too near or into power lines. In fact, some area residents recently experienced an outage that was caused by a tree damaging electrical equipment.

To ensure safe and reliable power, DTE Energy has begun working in some of our neighborhoods to trim, and if necessary, remove trees growing too close to power lines. DTE’s tree trimming program follows industry standards and provides a balanced solution between reliable power and healthy trees.

We ask that you work with DTE and its contract crews to provide reasonable access to property, and to ensure a safe working environment. This would include keeping dogs or other pets inside while crews are in the neighborhood.

Please remember that tree damage can not only cause safety concerns and reliability issues for you, but can also affect your neighbors’ power.

You can learn more about DTE’s tree trimming program by visiting dteenergy.com/treecare or calling the personalized number provided to you on your door hanger. As always, you may contact your city officials with additional questions or concerns.

We appreciate your support as we partner with DTE to provide you with safe and reliable energy.

 DTE Oak Wilt Protocol
 Explanation of TreeTrimming
 Pre-Trim Customer Letter
2021 Tree Trim Program Map
Tree Removal Agreement
Tree Work Scheduled
Will DTE Remove My Tree?
Why Was Woody Debris Left Behind?

Bloomfield Township Senior Services will hold a Compassion Walk, Garage Sale and Curbside Meal, accompanied by a live jazz performance, on Saturday, October 9, to boost fun and fundraising! Come connect with friends and support senior services at the Senior Center, 4315 Andover Road. The walk, which begins at 10 AM, is for people of any age, and any ability, to enjoy any number of laps around the township campus. Register to be a vendor at the Garage Sale or simply come to shop from 9 AM to 1 PM. American House will prepare the delicious curbside meal of Polish sausage and/or hamburger, baked beans, coleslaw, cinnamon donuts, and apple cider, available 11 AM - 12 PM. Pick up a meal for carry-out or stay to enjoy a live jazz performance.
 
The event is “ala cart” and advance registration is required separately for the Walk, the meal and for those wishing to be a vendor in the garage sale. There is no fee for shopping or the wonderful live music. With a little something for everyone, come out and enjoy the day while supporting a good cause. All funds raised go to support the work of Bloomfield Township Senior Services. Thanks to our sponsors American House Senior Living, Pomeroy Senior Living and Helping Hands Nursing Services. Call 248-723-3500 for more information. Click here to register.