welcome to quality living

Our beautiful city retains a small-town atmosphere with stately Victorian era architecture in its Historic District and well-kept older homes built before the 1930s. The housing mixture includes single-family residences, condominiums, and multi-family complexes. Our "walk to" downtown boasts of old-fashioned street lamps, benches, specialty shops, galleries, theaters, restaurants, businesses, and preserved landmarks.
 
4th of July Parade
Plan to attend the 4th of July parade at 10 a.m. on Main Street in downtown Northville.
Parade Details

Parade Route
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Statement on Flint Water Quality in the GLWA Served Communities

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Video recordings of City Council meetings are now available.
Videos are typically posted the day after the City Council Meeting.
Click here to access Council Videos.

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CITY OF NORTHVILLE
VACANCY ON BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS

Notice is given that the Northville City Council is accepting applications for consideration of appointment to fill a vacancy on the Board of Zoning Appeals (Alternate Member position). The Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) meets at 7:30pm on the first Wednesday of the month. Information on the BZA is outlined in Article 25 of the City of Northville Zoning Ordinance. The Zoning Ordinance is available here.
If you are a registered voter in the City of Northville, a resident of the City for at least two years, and are interested in volunteering to serve on the Board of Zoning Appeals, applications are available here or at the City Clerk’s Office, 215 W. Main Street, Northville, Michigan, 48167, 248-349-1300.
Applications accepted until the vacancy is filled. Applicants will be contacted by the City Clerk’s Office regarding interview dates and times. Applications received after the vacancy is filled will be placed on file for future consideration.

POSTED: 5/11/16

 

 

 
 

 

 
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News and Announcements

Proposed Water and Sewerage Rate Increase
Water and sewer rates will be voted on by the City Council at the July 5 meeting, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. Residents are welcome to attend and can address the Council in five minutes or less at the podium.

View Council Meeting Video archive.

Big Savings on Cedar Point Tickets

Election Workers Wanted: Polling workers needed in metro Detroit

Text-to-911 Technology Now Available to Western Wayne Communities

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson launched an informational page where residents can learn firsthand about the proposed Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA). Go to www.oakgov.com and click on the Great Lakes Water Authority link.

Online Payments Now Accepted for Utility Bills and Taxes - More Info

eBill for Utility Billing
Bills by email are now available to all utility billing customers.
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Automatic Payment (ACH) for Taxes & Utility Billing
The City offers Automatic Payment for Utility Billing.
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The City offers Automatic Payment for Taxes.
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Visit the State of Michigan website for helpful information on Roundabouts.