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COMMERCE TOWNSHIP HALL WILL BE CLOSED ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 FROM 1 PM - 2 PM FOR BEREAVEMENT.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL SCHEDULED MEETINGS ARE TAKING PLACE ONLINE. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WELCOME TO PARTICIPATE. YOU'LL FIND CALL-IN INFORMATION FOR EACH MEETING ON OUR EVENTS CALENDAR - FOLLOW THE LINK AND CHOOSE YOUR MEETING. CONNECTION INFORMATION IS POSTED A FEW DAYS BEFORE EACH MEETING.
ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENS (65 AND OLDER) AND THOSE UNABLE TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES:
IN AN EFFORT TO REDUCE IN-PERSON CONTACT AND LINES IN THE TOWNSHIP HALL DURING TAX COLLECTION (DECEMBER 1, 2020 THROUGH FEBRUARY 16, 2021), THE COMMERCE TOWNSHIP TREASURER’S OFFICE WILL MAKE ALTERNATIVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THOSE PEOPLE MOST IN NEED. PLEASE CALL 248-960-7040 FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT.
Commerce Township Hall is OPEN FOR PUBLIC SERVICE and will operate its normal schedule (Monday - Thursday, 7:15 AM - 5:30 PM. CLOSED Fridays). In the interest of taking precautions to minimize possible exposure related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we ask that you practice social distancing and wear a mask (as required by the Oakland County Health Department) when entering the Township Hall. Feel free to continue to contact us before you make the trip - we may be able to assist you remotely or minimize your time in the building. You can send us an email, call our main number (248-624-0110) or if you know the department you need to speak to, click here for our departmental direct numbers.
Residents of Woodbury Street: Construction of a water main and sanitary sewer extension to service the Glengary Elementary School will begin soon. Water main will be installed along the west side of the road and sanitary sewer will be installed along the east side of the road. The project is being paid for by the […]Read More
In Commerce Township, brush, leaves, rubbish and yard waste is illegal to burn and should be bagged up and recycled at the curbside. A small recreational fire is legal under the following conditions: -Burning of fire wood only -Size of fire can be no greater than 3 feet in diameter and 2 feet […]Read More
Coulter Declares State of Emergency as County Moves to Assist Residents, Communities and Businesses Affected by COVID-19 PONTIAC, Mich., March 13, 2020 — Oakland County Executive David Coulter today declared a state of emergency in the county, allowing him to shift resources quickly to assist residents, businesses and communities affected by the spread of the coronavirus. […]Read More
Commerce Township is looking for election inspectors for the the 2020 Election Cycle – there are three elections scheduled this year. Earn $170 for working Election Day and $10.00 for attending a mandatory training class. You must be a registered voter in the State of Michigan. 16 and 17 year olds are eligible to work […]Read More
In order to control geese populations, the Charter Township of Commerce has adopted the following policy consistent with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ requirements.Read More
Sept. 26, 2018, Pontiac, Mich. – Oakland County Health Division will offer three community flu vaccine clinics throughout October. Residents are encouraged to take advantage of these local clinics and receive a flu shot. Walk-in clinics will be held on the following dates:Read More
The Commerce Township Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) has earned the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) Platinum 13 Award for perfect 100% compliance to clean water standards for 13 consecutive years. The Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner’s Office (OCWRC) operates the Commerce Township water and sanitary sewer systems including the WWTP. Greg Knauf is […]Read More