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Please note that the scheduled Township Board of Trustees quarterly discussion session on July 25, 2017 has been cancelled, click here to view Notice of Cancellation.

Concert in the Park

The Commerce Township Parks and Recreation Department Presents...

Three summer concert events for the whole family - music, face painting, local food vendors, and more!!!

It's more than a Concert - A true family event!


June 23 - Groove Therapy
July 21 - Big Ray and the Motor City Kings
August 18 - Steve King and the Dittilies 


 Dodge Park V South is located at 4380 S. Commerce Road

Eagle Scout Project - Bettering our Parks!

In April 2017, Eagle Scout candidate Joseph Berkheiser along with Troop 308 in Commerce Township built and installed 18 pet waste stations in six of Commerce's Parks (Dodge, Richardson, Bicentennial, Hickory Glenn, Maple Glenn, and Long Park). The purpose of the project was to recycle plastic grocery bags and to help keep our community parks clean from pet waste. Troop 308 contributed over 120 man hours to Commerce Township designing, planning, fund raising, building and installing these waste stations.

The community can help by restocking the waste stations while walking through the parks or dropping off the bags at the Richardson Center.


Household Hazardous Waste Day Information

Please click here to view the list of acceptable items and unacceptable items for hazardous waste day, Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.


The Zoning Board of Appeals regularly scheduled for July 27, 2017 has been cancelled.  Click here for details.

Summer 2017 Senior Newsletter

The Summer 2017 Senior Newsletter, The Richardson Review, is now available. CLICK HERE to view it.

Commerce Township’s Position Regarding Changes in the Medical Marihuana Laws

Commerce Township is aware of the three Public Acts signed into law in September 2016 which address medical marihuana, particularly the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act. The Licensing Act permits the State to issue licenses for businesses associated with medical marihuana, but such licenses cannot be issued until December 2017 and only if the Township specifically passes an ordinance permitting such licenses. The Township currently does not have such an ordinance. 

The Commerce Township Board of Trustees, in consultation with the Township attorneys, will be deciding what, if any, actions it will take in response to the new laws. In the meantime, the Township will continue to follow federal, state and local laws pertaining to marihuana.