The Bloomfield Township Open House returns on Sunday, October 13th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.! This popular event returned last year after having been cut in 2019 and the 2024 version is sure to offer the same family friendly fun on a grander scale. Held in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week which begins on October 6th, all Township departments join the Fire Department to provide residents with an inside look at all the work they do. Plus, food trucks, games, a petting farm, concerts, and more!

BTFD will once again use its smokehouse to educate on best practices when encountering a home fire. The Police Department will feature “Drunk Goggles” to educate about the dangers of drinking and driving. Planning, Building, and Ordinance will feature the “Dog House Build” alongside other games at the Environmental & Engineering Services tent. Community Partners, such as the Bloomfield Township Public Library, Oakland County Health Department and more, will set up information tables in the main Township Hall Parking Lot.

New to the Open House experience this year will be the Arts & Culture Stage at Bloomfield Community Television. Local artists will perform throughout the event. This stage will be a showcase for talent, both local and beyond our borders. Attendees will be able to enjoy dance troupes, musicians, as well as the return of the Bloomfield Hills High School Marching Band – making their first appearance since 2018.

As details become finalized, more information can be found at For the most up to date information, follow the Township social media channels. You’ll find a roster of food vendors and menus, performers, maps, parking locations, and activities. All details are subject to change. All questions and inquiries should be directed to the Cable and Community Relations Department at (248) 433-7790 or