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M-5 Non-Motorized Bridge

For more information about the M-5 Non-Motorized Bridge, please CLICK HERE.
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Notice of Meeting Cancellation for Parks and Recreation Committee

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Parks and Recreation Committee scheduled for Monday, October 24, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. has been cancelled.  Please click here to view the notice.

Follow Us on Twitter!

Twitter LogoYou can now follow Commerce Township on Twitter! Follow us to get notified of special meetings, meeting cancelations, website postings, and more! Find us at @CommerceTwp

Election Inspectors Needed for the November 8, 2016 General Election

If you are interested in working as an Election Inspector for the November General Election please either contact our office for more information or simply fill out the Election Inspector Application and return it to the Clerk's Department.  If you have any questions please contact us (248) 960-7020.

Detroit Water Consumer Information

DWSD.orgThe Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) had developed a set of videos to help suburban customers throughout the service area better understand their water bills and the costs associated with providing this vital service. Topics explored include the real cost for a gallon of municipal water, how to reduce your water bill and why rates keep going up. Please visit their YouTube channel to watch!

Parks and Recreation Master Plan 2014-2018

The Commerce Township Parks and Recreation Master Plan for 2014-2018 DRAFT is now available for preview. It is available from the following links (the plan is in two parts):

Part 1

Part 2

Do you need health care coverage?

Are you an Oakland County resident between the ages of 19 and 64 who has been denied Medicaid or Medicare? If so, you may qualify for healthcare coverage through Oakland Primary Healthcare Network – a not-for-profit organization. Please contact our office for more information: 248-545-9355 /

Remember, you can save water!

Did you know that individually we use about 77 gallons of water each day? In spite of the dry summer we are having, it’s important to remember that overwatering our lawns can easily carry pollution to the storm drains and then to our lakes and streams. By using less water on our lawns we can help prevent some of this pollution. And remember, saving water also saves money!

Here are some simple steps you can take to use less water to maintain a healthy lawn and help keep our water clean. Give them a try. A few simple changes can make a big difference!

Consumer Tips: Filing a Cable TV Complaint

Complaints about cable service should be submitted to the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC). Click here for information on the process and more information.