Links of Interest
The following are some Northville links of interest:
||Northville Township was established
in 1898 and became a Charter Township in 1985.
Encompassing 16.63 square miles, Northville Township lies
entirely in Wayne County and surrounds the Wayne County portion
of the City of Northville to the west, south, and east.
Northville Township’s population exceeds 21,000.
Northville Township’s growth was planned specifically to
preserve open space, wooded lots and protect waterways.
Northville Township provides a variety of classic and unique
housing choices as well as distinctive areas for business
||Incorporated as a city in 1969,
Novi lies entirely in Oakland County. The City of Novi surrounds
the Oakland County portion of the City of Northville to the
west, north, and east. The City of Novi encompasses an
area of approximately 31.6 square miles and its population
exceeds 47,000. The City of Novi boasts some of the finest
meeting and convention facilities in southeastern Michigan and
is home to 4 major shopping areas. Novi’s neighborhoods
are safe and welcoming places to live.
|Oakland County and
Oakland County Parks and Rec
||Residents living north of Baseline
Road live in Oakland County.
Residents living south of Baseline Road
live in Wayne County.
||The Mission of the Northville
Public Schools is to ensure opportunities for students to
demonstrate skills, knowledge and attitudes for achieving
personal success and for becoming responsible citizens in
partnership with parents, staff and community in a caring,
challenging environment. Visit the Northville School
District website for links to area schools, calendars, Board of
Education information and much more.
||Schoolcraft is a comprehensive,
open door, community-based College. The mission of the College
is to provide a transformational learning experience designed to
increase the capacity of individuals and groups to achieve
intellectual, social, and economic goals.
||Search the catalog, access your
accounts, search local history and genealogy
bibliographic database from the comfort of your home!
|Chamber of Commerce
||The Chamber website was created
with the sole purpose of serving their members more efficiently,
and offering state-of-the-art interactive tools to help you
market and grow your business.
Northville Garden Club
Founded in 1936, the
Northville Garden Club is a member of the Women's National Farm
and Garden Association. For the past seventy-five years,
this organization has provided the Northville community with
civic improvements, gardening beautification, and student
scholarships. These projects are supported primarily
through the sales of wreaths and roping from our annual Green's
Mart. The Northville Garden Club meets on the second
Monday of each month, September through June, at the Cady Inn in
historic Mill Race Village. Although membership is
comprised predominantly of women from the immediate Northville
area, many members reside in the contiguous communities of the
Livonia, Novi, Plymouth, and South Lyon. New members are
most welcome to join our camaraderie of civic service. For
additional and up-to-date information, please contact Mimi
Kibbey at 248-348-2299 or Claire Kreher at 248-924-3486.
Club of Northville
1977, our club of 40 active members is committed to community
improvement through service, conservation, education, and
donation. Meetings are held at the Cady Inn at historic
Mill Race Village
the first Tuesday of each month September through June.
Our meetings feature:
• Speakers on horticultural topics
• Information on local environmental issues
• Occasional fieldtrips
• Brief business meeting
• Social time and refreshments
• Dues: $22/year include WNF&GA membership
the Downtown Northville website, where you will find all of the
information that you need to plan a shopping spree, a romantic
dinner out, or a day with the kids. This website boasts a
virtual tour of the downtown area.
|The Gardeners of
Northville & Novi
||The Gardeners of Northville & Novi
are an evening garden club who meet the second Monday of the
month September through June. The NO-NO's are a fun group
who meet to learn, share and enjoy the fellowship of other
gardeners. Novice and Master Gardeners work together to explore
the art of gardening. Our efforts in beautification and
community involvement are limited to Northville & Novi; however,
we have members from surrounding communities. Our membership is
open to all men and women interested in club objectives.
||The Northville Genealogical Society
was organized on June 24, 1987 and is located in the northwest
section of Wayne County. Visit their website for more
information on meetings, events, research help, membership, and
Mill Race Historical Village
||The history of Northville,
Michigan, is alive at the Mill Race Historical Village.
Learn about Mill Race Village, look up rental rates, calendar of
events, membership/funding information and volunteering
||Founded in 1997, the Northville
Community Foundation is a tax-exempt charitable organization,
authorized to receive and administer endowment and other funds
from individuals, businesses, professional and corporate
sponsors. Events sponsored by the Northville Community
Foundation include the Foundation Prayer Breakfast, 4th of July
Parade, and the Holiday Home Tour. They have also created
the “Maybury Farm” endowment to raise funds to rebuild the
Maybury Living Farm.
|Northville Newcomers &
||Northville Newcomers & Neighbors is
a great opportunity to make friends and have fun in Northville!
Whether you’re new to the area or have lived here quite some
time, we welcome you to participate in our many activities. From
Book Reviews to Golf to Dining Light to Special Events—there's
something for everyone!
||The Mothers’ Club is a group of
dynamic women working to help Northville school children excel
by providing enrichment materials and opportunities.
Recent contributions include: Micro centrifuge, Simulated
Crime Scene Investigation kits, Dinosaur Skeleton Models, Wave
Ripple Tank, Take home learning activity kits for elementary
students, assembled by Mothers’ Club members, Stereo microphone,
Listening Center for students in the high school’s Assisted
Learning Program, Triple balance beams, Gauss meters, Read
Around Activity carpet, Visual memory materials, Tuition for
students to attend camp, and a wealth of supplemental
materials to improve student learning, especially reading.
History: In 1935, a group of 12 women decided to meet regularly
for enlightenment and social activities. During the Depression
of the 1930’s, the Mothers’ Club held a fundraiser to purchase
milk for school children to drink with their lunches. The
Club’s fundraising has now grown to three events each year,
enabling the Club to donate up to $30,000 annually to student
enrichment programs and activities. Through the past 77 years,
Mothers' Club has donated more than $500,000 to the school
• Fall: Mothers’ Club participates in the Victorian Festival by
assisting the Chamber of Commerce
• Winter: All Aglow is an opportunity to honor or remember
someone by purchasing a light on the community Christmas tree,
located in front of the bandshell in downtown Northville.
• Spring: The Club sells planners for use in at Northville high
school and works in conjunction with the Northville Educational
Foundation on the "Thank-a-Staff" project at the end of the
Community Service: Mothers’ Club performs service projects at
the public school buildings on a rotating cycle, working at up
to four schools each year.
Social: Book Club, lunch and movie afternoons, evening socials
If you would like to attend a Mothers’ Club meeting or would
like more information, please contact:
President: Danette Taylor, phone 248-568-1171
Vice President: Janeen Crittenden, phone 248-380-7222
Mothers' Club of Northville, PO Box 358, Northville, MI 48167
||The official website of the
President of the United States.
House of Reps
||The official website of the U.S.
House of Representatives.
||The official website of the U.S.
|Department of Homeland Security
||This new department's first
priority is to protect the nation against further terrorist
attacks. Component agencies will analyze threats and
intelligence, guard our borders and airports, protect our
critical infrastructure, and coordinate the response of our
nation for future emergencies. Visit this website for
up-to-date information on our security.
|State of Michigan
||Log on the the State of Michigan
website, which feature Quick Links to Governor, State Job
Opportunities, Do-Not-Call Information, Current Emergencies,
West Nile Information, Michigan Courts and much more.
|Southeast Michigan Council of
||SEMCOG solves regional problems by
working together with member local governments to improve the
quality of life in Southeast Michigan.
|Michigan Municipal League
||The MML is a nonpartisan
organization working through cooperative effort to strengthen
the quality of municipal government and administration by
providing technical assistance and information to local
officials regarding municipal issues; improving the training and
education of these officials; preserving the home rule
philosophy of municipal government, and creating a greater
public understanding of municipal responsibilities, governance,
|US Department of State
||The Department of
State is the lead U.S. foreign affairs agency, and the Secretary
of State is the President's principal foreign policy adviser.
The Department advances U.S. objectives and interests in shaping
a freer, more secure, and more prosperous world through its
primary role in developing and implementing the President's
foreign policy. The Department also supports the foreign affairs
activities of other U.S. Government entities including the
Department of Commerce and the Agency for International
Development. It also provides an array of important services to
U.S. citizens and to foreigners seeking to visit or immigrate to
||Planning a vacation or traveling
overseas for business? Visit this section of the U.S.
Department of State website for all Travel Warnings, Public
Announcements and Consular Information Sheets.
|Secretary of State
||Quick links from the Secretary of
State website include renewing vehicles and watercraft, Driver's
License change of address, Voter Registration and more.
||This section of the Secretary of
State website allows you to view your ballot and election
calendar, map your polling location, and find out how to use
your voting equipment.
|35th District Court
||The 35th District Court in
Plymouth, Michigan serves the townships of Canton, Northville,
and Plymouth, and the cities of Northville and Plymouth. The
court handles all civil infractions, misdemeanors, small claims,
landlord-tenant, and general civil matters within these
communities, and serves as the court of initial jurisdiction in
|Women League of Voters
||Serving the people of Canton,
Garden City, Livonia, Northville, Plymouth, Redford, Wayne and
Westland, Michigan. The League of Women Voters is a
nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and
active participation of citizens in government.
|Oakland County Road Commission
||The Road Commission for Oakland
County (RCOC) is the county-level road agency in Oakland County,
Michigan. They've served the road needs of Oakland County for
more than 80 years.
|Wayne County Road
where construction is or will be taking place, where maintenance
crews are working today, and the many things they do to maintain
and improve our road system.
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
click on the Great Lakes Water Authority link.
PROPOSED CADY STREET OVERLAY DISTRICT Public Hearing -
As of 9/1/14 the City of Northville does not accept passport
applications. Visit the U.S. Department
of State’s website at
www.travel.state.gov for a list of passport acceptance facilities in
Online Payments Now Accepted for Utility Bills and Taxes -
Election Results - August 5, 2014 -
Master Plan Update Process
The Northville Planning Commission is currently updating the
- More Info
7 Mile & Center Construction -
Wayne County’s Third Circuit Court Moves to New One-Step Jury Duty
New Precinct 1 Voting Location
Precinct 1 now votes at the
Community Center located at 303 W. Main Street -
eBill for Utility Billing
Bills by email are now available to
all utility billing customers.
Click here to
Automatic Payment (ACH) for Taxes & Utility Billing
The City offers Automatic Payment for Utility Billing.
here to sign up.
City offers Automatic Payment for Taxes.
Click here to sign up.
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