The Charter Township of Northville is a vibrant, safe and attractive community. The perfect place to live, work and play! This e-newsletter is another way for you to stay connected to what's happening in your community!
TOWNSHIP OFFICES ARE OPEN
A COVID-19 Update

The welcome mat is out at Northville Township. After Township Hall was closed to foot traffic in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, our staff is looking forward to connecting, engaging and serving the community.

Our new self-check temperature screening kiosk —we named it Clyde —is ready to greet you at the front entrance of Township Hall, as a temperature check and mask are required for entry. To use, stop in front of the screen and let the contactless thermometer measure your body temperature. The scanner will show your results and tell you if it is normal or elevated. If it is elevated, please return to your vehicle and call us at (248) 348-5800.

This temperature station is one of many ways Northville Township is helping you stay safe. If you prefer, the Township drive-thru window and 24/7 drop box are open. They are located on the west side of the building, closer to the Six Mile Road entrance.

Our electronic billing payment service offers more options than ever before. You may pay your water bill online, by phone or by text. A c onvenience fee of $3.95 is applied to all credit card transactions; no fee is applied for electronic check or savings transactions. Go to www.twp.northville.mi.us/pay to get started.

PARK PLAYGROUNDS TO BE SANITIZED
ON MONDAY EVENINGS

The playgrounds at our Northville Parks are being disinfected and sanitized weekly, thanks to Northville Township Firefighters Charity Fund.

They organized the service through MI Sanitize, which will post a sign at the playground upon completion.

Some questions you may have:

Is there a restriction for how long people need to stay off any of the playgrounds following the process? The answer is no, the playground is safe to use right after the application process. If you are at one of the playgrounds and they arrive, they will inform anyone at the park who they are and ask you to leave the playground until the service is complete.
Is there a set schedule when this will occur? Yes, the company will try their best to start on Mondays at 6pm (weather depending) and will rotate through the parks.
Is this sanitization safe for my child? Yes, the company uses a high-quality botanical disinfectant which is non-toxic and safe for children.

Northville Parks and Recreation still recommends to follow the CDC guidelines: social distancing, masks and the use of hand sanitizer after play. The NTFFCF's goal is to provide peace of mind for Northville families and have the opportunity for the children in the community to get outside and play.

Thank you again to NTFFCF.


NAME THE PARK CONTEST
Our 7 Mile property needs your creativity

YOU can be the one to come up with the name!

The deadline is approaching quickly. Send your suggestion and contact information to clerk@twp.northville.mi.us by August 1st.

The winner will be announced August 10th.

You must be a Northville Township resident, aged 10-110+, to enter.

TOWNSHIP DEDICATES ONE-ACRE PARK
AT VILLAGE AT NORTHVILLE
Northville Township Supervisor Robert Nix and the Board of Trustees dedicated the one-acre park at Village at Northville July 8. The park is one of the jewels of the 53-acre, $175 million mixed-use development that replaces the former Scott Correctional Facility at the northwest corner of Five Mile and Beck roads. It will be available six times a year as a Northville Township venue for music, picnics, a farmer’s market and other activities in cooperation with the Northville Chamber of Commerce.

VOTING AND ELECTION INFORMATION
FOR MICHIGAN'S PRIMARY AUGUST 4TH
Know before you go
Polls are open the day of the election from 7am to 8pm. You must be a registered voter. Not sure where to vote?  Check out our precinct map  to find your polling location unless noted below.

Precinct changes
Polling locations for Northville Township precincts 1 & 2 (Moraine), 6 (Winchester), and 7 &12 (Meads Mill) have been consolidated for the AUGUST 4th MICHIGAN PRIMARY ELECTION ONLY.

• Moraine voters will vote at Ridge Wood Elementary School.
• Winchester voters will vote at Township Hall.
• Meads Mill voters will vote at Northville High School.


Extended hours
For your convenience, the Clerk’s Office has extended hours for your voting and election needs. They are:

July 22 – 8 am-6:30 pm
July 27 – 8 am-6:30 pm
July 31 – 8 am-5 pm
August 1 (Saturday) – 7am-3 pm


Absentee voting information:
Michigan residents may vote by absentee ballot in Northville Township. If you choose to vote absentee, the ballot must be returned to the Clerk's Office by 8 pm on Tuesday, August 4th.

You may request an absentee ballot:
  • in person at the Clerk's Office
  • via mail by July 31: 44405 Six Mile Road, Northville, Ml 48168
  • by e-mail: clerk@twp.northville.mi.us
  • by phone: (248) 348-5825


ELECTION DAY NOTICE:
T he Clerk's Office and the polls will be open August 4th for the election but Township Hall will be closed for normal business, as we assist the election process.

Questions? Please visit  https://www.twp.northville.mi.us/clerk  or call (248) 348-5825.

OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU
Northville Township introduces mission statement

It is an honor and a pleasure to serve you every day. We kept that top of mind as we crafted Northville Township’s new mission statement: “ We will deliver exceptional public services in a professional, creative and responsible manner to enhance the quality of life for those who live in, work in and enjoy our community.”  

It is our commitment to provide you with exceptional service from every department as we connect, engage and serve the community. Your experience with our team will reveal our values of integrity, trust, respect, dedication and collaboration.

Thank you for being a key part of the Township’s success. We appreciate serving you as the leading innovative community built through a legacy of excellence.
DATES TO MARK ON THE CALENDAR
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 4
The Clerk's Office and the polls will be open for the election but Township Hall will be closed for normal business, as we assist the election process.
REMINDERS:

August Primary Election is August 4. All polling locations open at 7 am and close at 8 pm.

Water and Sewer bills are mailed out on August 7.

Wayne County Household Hazardous Waste Event on August 8 has been canceled .
BOARD AND COMMISSION MEETING DATES

July 22
Northville Parks and Recreation Commission (Virtual)
6:30 pm

July 23
Historic District Commission (Virtual)
7 pm

July 27
Economic Development Corporation and Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (Virtual)
7pm

July 28
Planning Commission (Virtual)
7pm

August 11
Northville Youth Network
8am
303 W. Main

August 11
Beautification Commission
1 pm

*Unless otherwise noted, meetings are held at Township Hall.
Dates and times are subject to change. Confirm on Township's website.
For more information on upcoming events or meeting details,
Charter Township of Northville | 248.348.5800 | 44405 Six Mile Road