Community Include

Beautification Commission Overview

TulipsThe Northville Beautification Commission was established by city ordinance on February 20, 1967. Its purpose is to preserve and enhance the beauty of the City of Northville through public education programs, recognition of outstanding private and public beautification efforts, and through study, recommendation and implementation of planting programs in public spaces.

Membership in the Beautification Commission consists of 9 to 18 members, appointed by the Mayor, with approval of City Council. Meetings are held once monthly (no meeting in December, January, February, or March)

Beautification Council of Southeastern Michigan

On November 22, 1963, representatives from cities throughout Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties formed "a regional Clean-up/Beautification Committee," the first meeting of what is now known as the Beautification Council of Southeastern Michigan.

Charter communities include: Birmingham, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Detroit, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Grosse Pointe Park, Harrison Township, Hazel Park, Lathrup Village, Livonia, Mount Clemens, New Baltimore, Northville, Oak Park, Riverview, Royal Oak, Southfield, St. Clair Shores, Taylor, Trenton, Wixom, Wolverine Lake Village and Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Membership in BCSEM entitles representatives of your community to attend quarterly meetings where members share successful projects, and guest speakers present information about a wide range of topics.

Previous Beautification Award Winner, Chamber of CommerceMembers Speak

Linda Lestock: I was invited to attend a meeting and replied, "I just don’t have the time." But, for eight summers now, I have enjoyed making a visible difference and putting "Northville in a garden"!

Josie Rewald: I just wanted to do my part to keep Northville the beautiful city that it is.

Rosemary Tague: I love Northville, love flowers, and the people I’ve met on the Beautification Commission. When we plant just one flower we see the smiles. It’s truly rewarding.


Event Calendar
News and Announcements

Public Hearing Notice - June 22, 2016 - Wastewater Treatment Plant FY16 State Revolving Fund (SRF) Projects

Proposed Water and Sewerage Rate Increate
Residents should attend the July 5, 2016 City Council meeting at 7:30pm in Council Chambers at City Hall if they would like to be a part of the discussion on water/sewer rates.

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 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.
Click here to sign up.

Automatic Payment (ACH) for Taxes & Utility Billing
The City offers Automatic Payment for Utility Billing.
Click here to sign up.
The City offers Automatic Payment for Taxes.
Click here to sign up.

Roundabout IconHow to Drive a Roundabout
Visit the State of Michigan website for helpful information on Roundabouts.