Milford Township Office Closed

April 2, 2020


Dear Residents,

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has issued an Executive Order to temporarily suspend activities that are not necessary to sustain or protect life; Executive Order No 2020-21, “Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order”.  Due to this Executive Order, non-essential Township activities have been suspended until further notice, pending guidance from public health officials at the local, state and national level.

In the interest of community and employee health and wellness, with the possible exception of public meetings, Milford Township officials have temporarily closed all Township facilities and canceled all public events and programs until further notice, pending guidance from public health officials at the local, state and national level.  Please check the Township’s website for further information concerning the cancellation of scheduled public meetings or the scheduling of electronic public meetings.  

The Township will continue to provide essential services to community members (police, fire, EMS, trash/recycling collection, wastewater management), and leadership and emergency management staff will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, making decisions with the best interest of the community at heart. The health and wellness of Milford Township's community members is the top priority. 

·         All emergency calls should be made to 911.
·         Milford Police NON emergency 248.684.1815.
·         Please call GFL directly for garbage questions 586.772.8900.
·         Property Taxes - All unpaid tax payments are considered delinquent at this point and need to be paid at  
          the County Treasurer’s Office located at 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Pontiac.
·         Dog Licenses may be obtained on-line from Oakland County by visiting            
           https://land.oakgov.com/OPLS/MainIndex.aspx
·         For Cemetery information call Huron Cemetery Maintenance at 248-887-6700.

During the closure, non-essential Township staff may be working remotely, attempting to respond to residents’ requests by phone and email to the best of their ability, in line with the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Order.

 The following non-essential services are impacted as follows:

·         The Clerk’s office will maintain limited remote staff to field phone calls, process mail, online inquiries, 
           and FOIA requests.
·         Building permits and inspection services will be limited to emergency needs only. Proposed or pending  
           non-emergency building matters may be postponed until further notice, pending guidance from public 
           health officials at the local, state and national level.
·         The Planning Department office will maintain limited remote staff to field calls and online inquiries to 
           the best of their ability. Proposed or pending non-emergency planning matters may be postponed until 
           further notice, pending guidance from public health officials at the local, state and national level.

Use this LINK to inform yourself about preventing the COVID-19 Coronavirus.