SUPERVISOR’S MESSAGE: 6/10/2020

SUPERVISOR’S MESSAGE: 6/10/2020

Supervisor's Message: An Update to the Community - June 10, 2020
Posted on 06/10/2020
Supervisor LogoMy Fellow Residents,
I have some good news to share with our community along with updates regarding COVID-19. I am excited to announce the following:


  • The Sheldon Road re-surfacing has been completed and the roadway is open for travel. Lane striping to follow.
  • The Township will officially open the biking/hiking trails on the Eastern end of our 7 Mile Property to the public on Saturday, June 20, 2020. The trails consist of several miles of biking trails and over a mile of hiking trails through the beautiful woods located on the site. Thanks for the Motor City Mountain Biking Association for their hard work in creating both trails.
  • I represented Northville Township in Lansing along with Treasurer, Fred Shadko and Trustee, Chris Roosen Tuesday to address new legislation regarding landfills in Michigan. We are fighting for the  inclusion of language in the legislation that requires the consent of Northville Township to any expansion of the Arbor Hills Landfill or any new landfill within 2 miles of our border. 
  • The Township is excited to announce the launch of a new bill pay service with user-friendly portal and more features to view and pay bills online. Please see our website for more information: http://www.twp.northville.mi.us/pay. Current Paperless and AutoPay residents have automatically been converted to the new Invoice Cloud payment system. Automatic payments will continue uninterrupted, BUT in order to access or change payment information, residents will need to register their account preferences.
  • No new COVID-19 cases or deaths in the Township for the last 16 days.  Great job, Residents!
  • Successful COVID testing for Northville Township Assisted Living Facilities by our EMS team is on-going. Also available to our community is a new testing location at the CVS Pharmacy at 9 Mile and Haggerty.
  • The Township hosted a successful flower sale at Millennium Park last Saturday, June 6th, in cooperation with the Northville Chamber of Commerce. I hope everyone was able to enjoy the flowers and fresh air.
Residents will need to continue safe social distancing as the Governor relaxes restrictions across the state. We anticipate opening of Township Hall to the public on June 15. Please wear your masks if you come in to see us. We look forward to assisting you with your needs.

Bob Nix