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Winter 2020 Tax Payments
Accepted now until Febuary 16, 2021 without penalty, after the 17th of Febuary 2021, there will be a penalty.
Since the office is closed due to covid-19 restrictions, you may mail payments or drop off payments in the drop box.
Your cancelled check is your receipt, but if you want the bottom portion of the bill stamped, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your payment.
If paying with cash or by credit card, please call to make an appointment. You may also pay online by visiting "Pay Local Taxes"
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!
Effective November 18, 2020 the township will be open by appointment only. This is to comply with new regulations from the governor. Please review this statement for more information.
MDHHS provides COVID-19 guidance for holiday travel and gatherings. See attached link
Oakland County is having a Virtual Conference for people receiving services from Oakland Community Health Network and its provider agencies.
Holly Oaks ORV Park is Hiring! Want to turn your passion into a way to make some extra cash? We’re looking for:
-Park Leaders/Seasonal Program Specialists
-Park Workers/Park Helpers
Job responsibilities for PARK LEADERS include assisting the park supervisor with daily park operations including customer service, cash handling, scheduling, park maintenance, general park rule enforcement and event setup/take-down.
Job responsibilities for PARK WORKERS include park mowing, trash removal, tree maintenance, line trimming, trail maintenance, earth work, ticket sales, customer service, event setup/take-down, custodial and general rule enforcement.
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
2020 Census workers needed.
Why the Census is needed.
Click image to watch a 30 second PSA video about the census.
Suicide prevention training classes will be held throughout the year for those interested
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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