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Township to Eventually Host COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for Seniors 65+
Feb 23, 2021
Northville Township will soon be a site for seniors 65+ to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Wayne County Dept. of Health, Human & Veterans Services.
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Your 2021 Notice of Property Assessments Were Mailed
Feb 19, 2021
The 2021 Notice of Property Assessments were mailed on or before Feb. 19, so please check your mailbox for them. The assessments are available online as well.
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Board Seeks Residents to Join Legacy Park and Pathways Committees
Feb 12, 2021
Northville Township’s Board of Trustees is seeking residents who want a say in shaping the future of Legacy Park of Northville on Seven Mile Road and our Township pathways. The goal of these new committees is to ensure residents have a voice in how best to enhance our outdoor assets.
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New Deputy Treasurer Sworn In
Jan 29, 2021
Northville Township Trustee Scott Frush was sworn in as Deputy Treasurer today by Clerk Roger Lundberg at Township Hall. Trustee Frush was appointed for this important role by Treasurer Jason Rhines. He will have the powers and perform the duties of the treasurer in the event Treasurer Rhines is absent, ill or otherwise unable to perform the duties of treasurer.
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A Proclamation to Honor Chip Snider
Jan 28, 2021
A proclamation from Mark J. Abbo, Northville Township Supervisor
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Former Longtime Township Manager Chip Snider dies at 70
Jan 27, 2021
Our hearts are heavy today. Former longtime Northville Township Manager Marvin “Chip” Snider, Ph.D., died this afternoon after complications from a fall. He was 70.
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Township Police Department Completes ‘One Mind’ Program
Jan 25, 2021
The training improves response to those impacted by mental illness. Northville Township is the first department in Wayne County to achieves this special designation.
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Township Firefighters Receive COVID-19 Vaccine
Jan 08, 2021
Thirty Northville Township firefighters received the first vaccination for COVID-19, a move that is expected to help control the disease and protect Michigan residents. Our firefighters are scheduled to receive the second dose in the next week.
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Township Offices to Remain Closed to the Public; Government Services Continue
Dec 08, 2020
Northville Township’s municipal buildings will remain closed — except by appointment only — due to the extension of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Gatherings and Face Mask Order and the high number of COVID-19 cases regionally.
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NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP’S NEW BOARD OF TRUSTEES SWORN IN
Nov 20, 2020
Northville Township welcomes four new members to its Board of Trustees (BoT), who were sworn in this morning by Michigan Court of Appeals Judge Thomas C. Cameron and 52-1 Novi District Judge Travis Reeds, for a four-year term beginning today.
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Township to Close Offices to the Public until Dec. 8
Nov 17, 2020
Northville Township has made the informed decision to close all public entrances to its municipal buildings — except by appointment only — beginning tomorrow until Dec. 8 because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Gatherings and Face Mask Order.
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Important Landfill Update
Oct 23, 2020
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel filed a lawsuit today on behalf of the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE)
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History Of The Township

The Charter Township of Northville is a vibrant, safe and attractive community. The perfect place to live, work and play! Northville Township was established in 1898 and became a Charter Township in 1985. What was once a quaint farming region is today a thriving residential and business community. Throughout our community, signs of our rural heritage still exist, including rambling farm houses on unpaved roads, traditional neighborhoods and an open landscape. Today, Northville Township's master plan allows for planned growth that preserves wooded areas and open space, and protects our waterways.