Superior Township, Michigan

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The Last Day for Yard Waste Collection Begins on Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Collection of yard waste ends on different days, depending on the what week your recycling is picked-up and what day your waste is picked-up. Please do not place yard waste at the curb after your yard waste pick-up. Your last day for yard waste [more]

The Redwood-Sutton Ridge Rezoning Will Be On The Board of Trustees Agenda at the December 21, 2015 Meeting, Which Begins at 7:00 pm.
The Planning Commission first received the application for the Sutton Ridge-Redwood Apartments Area Plan and rezoning at their May 27, 2015 meeting. At the request of the applicant, action on their rezoning request was postponed on May 27 and [more]

Superior Township Parks Commission December Meeting Changed to December 21, 2015
NOTICE OF CHANGE OF PARKS COMMISSION MEETING Superior Charter Township PARKS COMMISSION Date of Meeting: Monday, December 21, 2015 Time of Meeting: 6:30 p.m. Place of Meeting: Superior Township Old [more]

Superior Township Has Over 1,185 Acres of Preserved Land Available to Public Access
Superior Township is a unique community in Southeast Michigan. As a results of various residents, agencies, non-profit groups and the Charter Township of Superior, a considerable amount of land has been preserved in order to protect the rural [more]

Utility Department May Need to Access Your Property in Order to Access Manholes
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SUPERIOR Notice to Residents Re: Televising and Cleaning of Sewers The Charter Township of Superior has developed a program to televise the sewer lines in your area. Through a selective bidding [more]

Board Approved the Mileage and Budgets for 2016
On Monday, October 19, 2015, the Superior Township Board of Trustees held a public hearing and then approved the mileage rates and the budget for fiscal year 2016. Adopted General Fund Budget for 2016 Adopted Parks [more]

Library Has New Director and Offers Free Tutuoring, Book and Movie Ordering and Other Services
Hello! I’m Lisa Hoenig, a longtime Superior Township resident. After 25 years as a librarian, including 10 as a director, I’m delighted to now be a part of our own Ypsilanti District Library. The wonderful staff and services of YDL [more]

Road Commission Will Begin Paving on Church, Short and Stamford Streets Beginning on September 24, 2015
On September 24, 2015, the Washtenaw County Road Commission will begin repaving on Church Street, Short Street and Stamford Street. Work is expected to be completed (weather permitting) by September 30, 2015. Please click on the WCRC flyer [more]

Road Improvement Projects to be Completed in 2015
As a result of the County Board of Commissioner's approval of PA 283 funds, the Township's Board of Trustee's approval of General Fund expenditures and Federal Safety Funds for road improvements, our community will receive an extensive amount [more]

Water and Sewer Rate Increase for Superior Township's Customers Supplied by Superior Township and the YCUA System

Superior Township Board Adopts Ordinance No. 189, An Ordinance to Regulate Peddlers and Solicitors in the Township and to Repeal Ordinance No. 173
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION BY POSTING SUPERIOR CHARTER TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE No. 189 Regulation of Peddlers and Solicitors within the Township To View a Copy of Ordinance No. 189, please click on Ordinance No. 189 Please [more]

Sheriff Department Has Tip Line for the MacArthur Boulevard Area
The Washtenaw County Sheriff Department has established a tip line to report any type of criminal behavior primarily in the MacArthur Boulevard area. People can call the number to leave a complaint, a concern or information about criminal behavior. [more]

Superior Township Voting Precincts No. 2 and No. 4 Moved to New Locations
Superior Township Voting Precincts No. 2 and No. 4 were located at the Cheney Academy for over 30 years. The location served us well. However, in the summer of 2014 the school was closed, the building was shut-down and has fallen into disrepair. [more]

Huron Valley Ambulance Offers Services to Residents
Huron Valley Ambulance ("HVA") provides ambulance service to Superior Township. In addition to ambulance services HVA provides the following services: EMS LifeLink, which provides a call button that can be worn on the neck or [more]

Township Board Approves New Policy and Procedures for FOIA Requests
On May 18, 2015, the Superior Township Board of Trustee adopted Resolution 2015-14, FOIA Policy (see below), which replace the existing FOIA policy an procedures. The new policy and procedure is effective beginning on July 1, 2015. To [more]

Red Cross Offering Free Smoke Alarm Inspection and Replacement
The Red Cross is offering free inspection and replacement of smoke alarms. For further information, please click on Red Cross Smoke Alarm Flyer. [more]

Monthly Emergency Siren Tests Begin on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 12:00 Noon
At 12:00 noon on Saturday, March 7, 2015, Washtenaw County's 81 warning sirens will be tested. They will be tested on the first Saturday of every month from March to October 2015. For further information please click on Emergency Warning [more]

Ypsilanti Township Compost Site Information
The Ypsilanti Township Compost Site, 2600 East Clark Road (Between Ford Blvd. and Ridge Road), Telephone: 734-482-6681, will accept items for composting and recycling from Superior Township residents. They will also accept certain items to be [more]

Township Holiday Schedule for 2015
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SUPERIOR 2015 HOLIDAY CLOSINGS SCHEDULE Thursday, January 1, 2015 New Year’s Day Friday, January 2, 2015 Day after New Year’s Day Monday, January 19, 2015 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day [more]

Recycle Ann Arbor Offers Annual Passes for Their Drop-Off Station at 2950 E. Ellsworth
Click here to view Recycle Ann Arbor's Brochure. Recycle Ann Arbor would like to let your community know about the sale of our annual passes for the Drop-Off Station (DOS). You do not have to be a resident of Ann Arbor or even Washtenaw [more]

Hunting Ordinance, Laws and Regulations
Hunting season has started. The Township is divided into 36 Sections. The Township has a Hunting Ordinance, No. 28, which indicates in which Sections hunting is allowed, restricted or prohibited. Hunters, or anyone discharging a firearm, are [more]

On Monday, October 20, 2014, the Township Board Adopted the Budgets for All Funds for FY2015
At the October 20, 2014 Board of Trustees meeting, the Township Board adopted the budgets for all funds for FY2015. To view the proposed budgets for FY2015, please click on: FY2015 Budgets, All Funds. [more]

There Will be a Neighborhood Watch Meeting On Tuesday, November 24, 2015, 7:00 pm at the Old Township Hall
All residents are invited to attend the Neighborhood Watch meeting on Tuesday, November 24, 2015, 7:00 p.m. at the main Township Hall Boardroom. Future meetings will be held in either the main Township Hall Boardroom or the Old Township Hall. [more]

Information on Disposal of Toxic, Electronic and Other Hard to Dispose of Items
The Washtenaw County Environmental Health Department Home Toxics Reduction Program, 705 N. Zeeb Road, Scio Township provides the residents of Washtenaw County with a disposal option for flammable, poisonous, toxic and corrosive materials.This [more]

View Township's Annual Audits
The State of Michigan, Department of Treasury's web page contains the annual audit for all local units of government. By accessing the Department of Treasury's web page, (,1607,7-121-1751_31038---,00.html), [more]


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