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Arbor Hills Energy LLC to Reduce Odors, Pay a Settlement
Sep 10, 2021
Arbor Hills Energy LCC (AHE), has agreed to significantly reduce, if not eliminate, its odor-causing sulfur dioxide emissions in a settlement with the United States Department of Justice, the EPA and the state of Michigan.
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Township Hosts On-Site Shredding Event
Sep 08, 2021
Northville Township is pleased to sponsor on-site document shredding for residents Saturday, Sept. 18 from 9-11 a.m. at Township Hall.
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Township Leaders Complete FEMA Emergency Management Training
Aug 26, 2021
Northville Township is better prepared for an emergency than ever before. Each department head successfully passed the Fundamentals of Emergency Management course through Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) this summer.
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GFL Pens Letter to Supervisor Mark J. Abbo
Aug 13, 2021
Northville Township has been in constant contact with GFL Environmental. We have forwarded your feedback about you rubbish collection to them. The company responded with this letter to Supervisor Mark J. Abbo.
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TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT EARNS A PAIR OF ACCREDITATIONS FROM CALEA
Aug 02, 2021
Northville Township Manager and Director of Public Safety Todd Mutchler is proud to announce the Northville Township Police Department achieved one of law enforcement’s most prestigious designations: accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA®).
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Dog Agility Course Opens at Marv Gans Community Park
Jul 28, 2021
Northville Township is now home to a dog agility course thanks to a Troop 755 Eagle Scout project at Marv Gans Community Park. Township resident Jonathan Barringer, 17, built the six-obstacle course and is hosting a grand opening of the course Friday, July 30 from 2-4 pm. You’re invited!
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Six Mile Bridge over I-275 to Close Aug. 2 for Eight Weeks
Jul 27, 2021
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will close the Six Mile Road bridge over I-275 beginning Monday, Aug. 2. The closure to repair the bridge will last approximately eight weeks.
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GFL Extends Workweek to Service Township
Jul 23, 2021
GFL Environmental, Northville Township’s waste and recycling service provider, continues to experience staffing and truck maintenance issues (from a nationwide parts shortage), in addition to having to pick up flood-damaged items. Its team is working longer-hour days, six days a week to service your home.
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GLWA to Fix Low Water Pressure Issue in Township’s Northeast Neighborhoods
Jul 21, 2021
Residents in the northeast part of the Township (Silver Spring Drive, east of Northville Road to I-275, and Six Mile Road north) may be experiencing low water pressure today.
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Inspections on Residential In-Ground Irrigation Systems Begin Aug. 16
Jul 19, 2021
If you have an underground irrigation system to water your lawn, please listen up. A state law impacts you.
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Township Police Introduces Inaugural Youth Police Academy
Jul 12, 2021
Northville Township Police Department is offering its first-ever Youth Police Academy for Township high school students in grades 10-12. It runs Aug. 9-13 from 10 am-3 pm. Lunch will be provided. The application deadline is July 23.
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35th District Court Launches Amnesty Program
Jul 07, 2021
The 35th District Court is hosting an amnesty program July 8-28 that lets citizens settle their court-ordered debts without further penalty or incarceration.
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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.