The Macomb Township Supervisor is responsible for the day to day oversight of all Township operations. It is an elected position and the Supervisor serves as Chairperson for the Board of Trustees. Other duties held by the Supervisor include but not limited to:
Macomb Township Road Construction Alerts
Hayes Road between 21 Mile and 23 Mile Road.
Now - August 2015.
Project consists of 1.9 miles of concrete pavement reconstruction and widening, concrete curbs, gutters, sidewalks, and ramps, storm sewer, pavement markings and landscape restoration. Lanes are closed as necessary and areas of work are marked off with orange barrels. Local residents are encouraged to plan for delays due to construction.
24 Mile Road between Romeo Plank and Hayes Road.
Now - TBD. 24 Mile will be closed with local traffic only.
This project is for the installation of a 42" DWSD watermain.
24 Mile Road between Springdale (Romeo Plank) and Foss.
Now - November 18. 24 Mile will be closed with local traffic only.
Contractor will maintain access to businesses and residential properties along the project. 1.3 miles of roadway paving of existing gravel road. The proposed surface will consist of 2 lanes of HMA pavement with aggregate shoulders. There will be intersection widening with curb and gutter at various subdivision streets and the future location of Broughton Road. The project includes station grading, aggregate base, aggregate shoulders, subgrade undercutting, drainage improvements, HMA pavement and restoration work. A new crossing at the Hammon-McBride drain consisting of 12'x8' box culverts will also be constructed.
Residents who have questions about road maintenance on their local roads must contact the Macomb County Department of Roads at 586-463-8671.
2014 Metro Detroit A-Source Magazine - Macomb Township is featured on pages 53-54.
August 11-13 Storm Damage FEMA Information
Residents can register for individual assistance at www.DisasterAssistance.gov, or by calling
1-800-621-FEMA (3362). The toll-free telephone numbers will operate from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.,
seven days a week until further notice.
FEMA has set up disaster recovery centers to assist residents who suffered damages and losses in the August 11-13 severe storms and flooding. Also, resources and meeting times with FEMA specialists are available for residents who are rebuilding and want to reduce the risk of property damage from future storms. For more detailed information on these centers and resources, visit the FEMA web page dedicated to the southeast Michigan flooding by clicking here.
For important information from ITC about tree trimming & cutting around power lines click here.
For inquiries relating to any offer to purchase any township owned properties, including tax-reverted properties, please send an email to: email@example.com Please list the parcel number if known, as well as a contact name and phone number for callback.
For more info about all of the SMART Bus services available in Macomb Township click here.
Waste Management Info