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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...

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August 4th Millage Vote Seeks Increased Road Repair Funding

The Northville City Council has authorized an August 4th millage proposal which would provide an additional $750,000 annually for road and street improvements. The 2.25 mill increase would cost the average Northville homeowner an additional $280 per year (based on a 2015 cash value of $250,000, or, a taxable value of $125,000). The funds from this new millage, combined with the existing 1.7 mill road and street levy, would increase the annual budget for street resurfacing and reconstruction from $350,000 to over $1.1 million.

The “Headlee Amendment” has rolled back the City’s 20 mill tax limit to 15.8 mills. Therefore, the City must ask for a “Headlee Override” in order to levy the proposed 2.25 mill increase. The Headlee Override questions cannot change the original purpose of the millage. In order to restrict the usage of these new funds to roads and streets, the City Council resolution authoring this millage states that these funds “will be used exclusively to provide funds for road and street improvements.” In addition, Council will be adopting an ordinance, prior to the election, which restricts usage of these funds to roads and streets.

MILLAGE PROPOSAL
Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be imposed on taxable property in the City of Northville, Counties of Wayne and Oakland, Michigan be increased by 2.25 mills ($2.25 per thousand dollars of taxable value) for a period of fifteen (15) years, 2016 through 2030, as new additional millage in excess of the limitation imposed by Michigan Compiled Laws section 211.34d, to partially restore City Charter millage authorization previously approved by the electors as reduced by operation of the Headlee Amendment, to provide funds for general operating purposes? It is estimated that 2.25 mills would raise approximately $753,000 when first levied in 2016.

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Northville Housing Commission

The City of Northville is accepting applications for consideration in serving on the Northville Housing Commission. The role of the Housing Commission is to set policy and provide guidance for the management of Allen Terrace. Allen Terrace is an apartment community for independent senior citizens aged 55 and over.

For an application, click here.
For information on the Housing Commission, qualifications, etc. click here.
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Be Prepared on Election Day!

Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center. Here you can verify that you are registered to vote, find your polling location, see a sample of your precinct ballot, find information on the voting equipment used in your precinct, and other helpful information.

Polling Locations for the City of Northville and Voting Hours
Precinct 1: Northville Community Center
303 W. Main Street
(Wayne County residents)
Precinct 2: Amerman Elementary School
847 N. Center Street
(Oakland County residents)
The polls are open from 7:00am until 8:00pm. You must be in line at 8:00pm in order to vote.

Know Your Polling Location
The above polling locations are for the City of Northville registered voters only.  Northville Township voters and the City of Novi voters do not vote at these locations.  Click here to determine if you are registered voter in the City of Northville, Northville Township, or the City of Novi, and where you should vote on Election Day.

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News and Announcements

 

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

Title VI
Non-Discrimination Plan

Wayne County’s Third Circuit Court Moves to New One-Step Jury Duty Notification
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eBill for Utility Billing
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Automatic Payment (ACH) for Taxes & Utility Billing
The City offers Automatic Payment for Utility Billing.
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