Mayor Brian Turnbull
COVID-19 news and Halloweens of our past
10/28/2020
Gov. Whitmer will continue to work with the legislatures in a bipartisan fashion to revise other COVID-19 policies and procedures.
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City Hall
Sustainability team presents plan at Oct. 19 Council meeting
10/22/2020
The team will assist the City with a focus on energy costs, environmental conservation and community health.
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Many Northville residents decorate their homes for Halloween.
Get ready for a new way of doing Halloween
10/22/2020
See what's low-risk, moderate-risk and high-risk for this year's iconic Halloween during COVID-19.
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Fire Station #1 is offering a scaled-back open house outdoors and you can see the engines and vehicles.
Learn about fire safety
10/08/2020
You can ask firefighters questions about home fire safety, see the trucks and pick up literature.
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Vote by absent voter ballot now through Nov. 3 or in person on Election Day.
Do you have a plan for voting in the General Election?
10/07/2020
Absent voter ballots will be mailed out as soon as possible after the request is made.
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The cleared banks of the Johnson Creek prior to replanting.
Native plants, fish passage will make a difference
10/05/2020
Newly created step pools between the pond and creek will enable fish to move freely.
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Firefighters trained in EMS response stand in front of the new emergency vehicle.
New vehicle will improve medical emergency runs
08/31/2020
Northville Fire Department has added a new rescue truck to its fleet at Station #1.
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Adorn Flowers was one of the award winners.
BC honors "the best" plantings and more
08/26/2020
The awards – but not the luncheon – will go on
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Trainees learn how to put out a car fire in the field.
18 graduates are closer to becoming firefighters
08/13/2020
Eighteen graduates became qualified to seek Firefighter I and II certification through the State of Michigan, and eight are applying for on-call positions with the Northville Fire Dept.
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File photo.
Good voter turnout for Primary Election
08/06/2020
This was the third election in which registered voters could vote by AV ballot without providing a reason
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New building proposed at 150-156 N. Center at Dunlap.
Parking credits, fences and size of multi-family residential units being reviewed
07/30/2020
A planned multi-family residential unit prompted a review of square footage of units.
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The racetrack is among three sub-areas being reviewed in the Master Plan.
Want to help shape the City of Northville’s future?
06/23/2020
The first of two surveys is now open to the public to help plan redevelopment in three sub areas of the Master Plan.
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A large home under construction. (Pexels)
FAR ratio settled at Planning Commission meeting, now heads to City Council
06/19/2020
City Council will soon review and vote on the FAR ordinance of .36 approved by the Planning Commission.
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Diners will enjoy being outdoors with more open space.
Businesses reopen in downtown Northville with new pedestrian mall
06/18/2020
Expanded space outdoors will help boost sales for restaurants and retailers
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This historic building is owned by Guidobono Building Co.
Work on 341 E. Main progresses
05/21/2020
The Planning Commission granted preliminary site plan approval, with conditions, to Guidobono.
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Road work signs will denote areas under construction.
Road construction and water main repair gets under way
05/12/2020
Bidigare Contractors will work on the water main replacement while Nagle Paving Company will perform the road reconstruction and rehabilitation.
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Preparing for an online meeting. Photo by Bongkarn Thanyakij from Pexels.
Online meeting covers items that impact business and residents
04/27/2020
The Planning Commission approved the Special Land Use and Preliminary Site Plan requested by Northville Lumber for outdoor storage
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This young lady is ready to pay her bill, credit card in hand. Photo credit: Andrea Piacquadio, Pexels.
Customers have more time to pay April bill
04/21/2020
The effective date of the bill will be May 19 with the due date being 30 days later.
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Yard Waste bin
Yard Waste Collection resumes, City adds back-up dumpster
04/16/2020
The City has also set up a dumpster at City Yards, 650 Doheny Drive
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Census 2020 is easy to complete.
Census Day is April 1, 2020 – Be counted
04/01/2020
Now is the time to complete your census survey if you haven't already done so.
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A close-up view of the coronavirus called COVID-19
Health Departments are good source of information for COVID-19 outbreak
03/12/2020
Health care news about the coronavirus can be found on county health dept. websites
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Doug Lewan presented at the first meeting.
Master Plan information sessions are cancelled
03/12/2020
The City is exploring options to present the meetings in another format
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A map of the sub-areas under review in the Master Plan.
Public invited to learn about core topics of the Master Plan
02/10/2020
Experts will present reports on walkability, traffic, infrastructure and more.
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Having a front porch is one way to interact with neighbors.
Public meeting scheduled on March 3 for FAR and front porch ordinances
02/10/2020
Ordinances closer to being final for new houses and additions
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Watch for excessive use of water from kitchen faucets.
Update on water usage, new meters and checking for water leaks
01/16/2020
Monitor your water usage and be aware of potential leaks
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Watch for your revised tax bill
Due dates corrected on winter tax bills
12/02/2019
Winter 2019 tax bills are due Feb. 14, 2020 without penalty.
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Kids ride a lit bus during a Holiday Lighted Parade.
Easy way to learn about special event changes
11/19/2019
The City will post the method of communication that the event planner plans to use to announce changes to the event.
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Brian Turnbull in downtown Northville.
Brian Turnbull to lead City as Northville Mayor
11/06/2019
These newly elected officials will be sworn in to office at the City Council meeting on Nov. 12.
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Council Member Nancy Darga accepts a plaque from Mayor Ken Roth.
Longtime City Council member retires
11/05/2019
After winning her first election as a newcomer, she served Northville citizens for two more terms.
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New fire engine at fall open house.
Learn how to become a firefighter
10/23/2019
Those who successfully complete the Academy and pass the State certification examinations may apply for employment with the Northville City Fire Dept.
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Current Post Office building at 200 Wing St.
Postal Service seeks community input on new location
09/05/2019
USPS is seeking input from the public and local officials about its new location.
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Plans for Northville Downs redevelopment have been sidelined. (photo by CVMedia)
Builder's plans change for Downs PUD
09/03/2019
The action was taken after the preliminary site plan was not approved.
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Design standards look at unique displays.
Does your business or municipal building have a unique, inviting look?
07/26/2019
Winners receive an award lawn sign, a certificate and more
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Instructors are police officers Matt Duggins and Melissa Vernon (far right).
Women Can Learn Ways to Fight Back Against Assault
07/18/2019
Deploy self-defense tactics when personal safety is at risk.
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Native plants have deep roots that help retain water.
Managing stormwater and using native plants
06/26/2019
Develop ways for stormwater to soak back into the ground.
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The network is building bridges with other community services.
NYN broadens scope to help youth and teens thrive
04/23/2019
Thirty years of service to teens and their families now shifts to wider age span, holistic services.
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Keep your dog on a leash in public parks. (Dog Parks excluded)
Going on a run or walk with your dog?
03/04/2019
Bond with your dog at public parks but remember the leash.
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