Burn permits are now available at the Township Office
The Oakland County Neighborhood and Housing Development division is excited to launch a quick Oakland County Neighborhood and Housing Needs Survey. We genuinely want to know how Oakland County residents see their own communities. In order to give us the most diverse representation, we are sharing this far and wide. We hope that everyone will take 10 minutes to take the survey, from Holly to Ferndale and Madison Heights to South Lyon. We want homeowners, renters, families, and couples. We’d love to hear from seniors, college students, Veterans, New Americans, and everyone in between. Anyone who lives, works or plays here is invited to participate! The more survey-takers we have, the more complete the picture of Oakland County housing and community needs will become.
Please feel free to share the link with your network/s. The survey is in English, Spanish, Arabic, and Simplified Chinese. Any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 248.858.0493.
Beverly Hills, MI — The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) expects work to begin on Barron Road from Grange Hall Road to Groveland Road in Groveland Township on March 22.
The road will close to traffic April 12 through approximately Nov. 5 for gravel road paving.
During the closure, access to homes and businesses along this section of Barron Road will be maintained. The detour for through traffic will be Groveland Road to Jossman Road to Grange Hall Road, back to Barron Road and vice versa.
The approximately $5.5 million project is mostly federally funded, with the remaining portion shared by RCOC, Groveland Township and Oakland County general government (through the Tri-Party program).
The 2.39-mile project includes:
- Paving the gravel road with asphalt
- Placing concrete curbs and gutters
- Installing storm sewers to improve road drainage
- Improving the sight distance for vehicles using the road
The contractor for the project is Iafrate Construction of Warren. Barron Road carries approximately 500 vehicles daily.
To learn more about the Barron Road project, visit http://rcocweb.org/530/Barron-Road
Attached is the 2021 Annual Newsletter announcing the Spring Tree & Shrub Sale please take a look and review our selections this year and maybe you’ll find something your yard cannot be without. Please share with your friends and neighbors and if you have questions, call Oakland Conservation District Patrick Costello, Chairman at 248.922.7822
TINDALL ROAD NORTH OF EAST HOLLY ROAD ON THE GROVELAND/SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP BORDER TO CLOSE FEB. 20 FOR UNDERGROUND TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION
National Invasive Species Awarness Week
OAKLAND COUNTY, MI. – The Oakland County Board of Commissioners (BOC) is seeking applications to fill four vacancies on the Oakland County Health Network (OCHN) Board. Interested individuals can apply for a three-year term that runs from April 2021 to March 2024. The application can be found online at forms.oakgov.com/85 and must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. on February 19.
The OCHN leads a provider service network that assists approximately 23,000 Oakland County citizens at more than 300 service sites across the county. The network’s goal is to ensure that those who receive public mental health services through OCHN's provider network are aware of and have access to services and supports that will improve their health and quality of life.
The BOC is seeking applications to fill two general public seats, one primary consumer seat (someone receiving mental health services) and one secondary consumer seat (a family member of someone receiving mental health services). To qualify, applicants must be residents of Oakland County. Those chosen for an OCHN Board position will receive $90 per diem and county allowance of mileage reimbursement. Members will attend all relevant meetings.
The OCHN meeting schedule is as follows:
- Committee of the Whole - Full Board participates at 4:30 p.m. on the second Monday of the month
- General Board meeting - Full Board participates at 6 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month
- Board study sessions - Full Board participates at 5 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of the month
- Executive Committee meeting - Board officers participate at 12 p.m. on the first Monday of the month
For more information about the BOC, please visit www.oakgov.com/boc or call 248-858-0100.
Please see below for information about the AIS stations!
- Use of the AIS stations is FREE thanks to the Oakland County Board of Commissioners
- Each station will be in a specific location for one week (Thursday-Thursday). Oakland County Parks staff will move and set up the units.
- This is a WATERLESS, solar powered unit. No hookups or other amenities are required, just space adjacent to the driving route of boats/trailers (not within the flow of traffic)
- Three hand tools allow for manual removal of non-native plants and animals, and solar panels power a vacuum and air blower that prevent accidental transport of organisms in water left on boats.
- The stations transmits use information automatically and a report can be generated about use for your specific location
- Attached is information about the CD3 systems, we have the trailer units.
- Contact Sarah Cook-Maylen for additional information or questions: email@example.com, 248-343-1353
NoHaz Days coming up in 2021:
Saturday, April 24, 8 am – 2 pm
Oxford Middle School
1420 Lakeville Road, Oxford
Saturday, July 24, 8 am – 2 pm
4640 S, Lapeer Road, Orion Township
Saturday, September 25, 8 am – 2 pm
Oakland County Service Center Campus
1200 N. Telegraph Road, Pontiac
COVID Grants available. Check Oakland County's website for information. There is a new Veteran's grant available.
Nurse On Call: 1-800-848-5533
Recordings of all the talks from 2020 Invasive Species Summit are now available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuOco9F7dlE&list=PLj-wXBrYYmy5m30jy1Ne-9b3vg59FecOk
Topics included: destructive invasive knotweeds, emerging and established aquatic invasive species (milfoil, frog-bit, starry stonewort etc.), invasive species that impact trees, how CISMAs can help you and how to report invasives!
Is your lake association or HOA interested in installing signage to educate boaters about cleaning their boats and equipment? If so, check out this new grant opportunity! Applications accepted on a rolling basis, first-come, first-served!
If you receive any unsolicited packages from China that include seeds, please refer to the Michigan Department of Agriculture's response.
Small Business Re-Opening Grants are now available from Oakland County and the state of Michigan.
State of Michigan link
Oakland County link
Board of Review
Any questions please call Theresa Bills, Treasurer at 248-634-4152 or
Oakland County Equalization Division at 248-858-1861
Theresa Bills, our current Treasurer, wrote an article about Groveland Township
Senior Living Help (https://www.seniorlivinghelp.org/assisted-living/michigan/), is an organization that provides senior living assistance to the elderly. Senior Living Help assists Michigan senior citizens, their family members and caregivers in finding appropriate senior living and care facilities.
Drop off used ink cartridges in the township office lobby for recycling.
For all measles information from the Oakland County Website, here is their link.
Groveland Twp's Holly State Recreation Area Slide Show
Edna Burton Senior Center:
and then click on the top tab: "Senior Center". Then check out their calendar.
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