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See the source imageAttention all voters:  There will be a Special Election for Oakland Community College - Operating Millage Renewal Proposal on November 5th.    Anyone wishing to vote absentee, please contact the Clerk's office. Read More
Free Shredding events for Oakland County residents are scheduled for: Friday, October 11th from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

A Shredding truck will be in the Oakland County Farmers Market parking lot - 2350 Pontiac Lake Rd, Waterford, MI. Read More
Paw Print Vector IconAttn:  DOG OWNERS...Starting August 5, 2019 the Oakland County Animal Shelter/Pet Adoption Center (OCAS/PAC) Census team workers will begin going door to door in our community to verify compliance with the Michigan State Dog Law of 1919 that requires all dogs to have a valid dog license. Read More
ROAD CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

Construction has begun on the Sashabaw Road Project.  For updates on road construction projects in the Township, please click HERE.   See RCOC Press Release. 

PLAN YOUR COMMUTE ON DTE CONCERT NIGHTS

During construction of the North Sashabaw Road widening project between I-75 and Clarkston Road, it is advised to avoid Sashabaw (if possible) on DTE concert and event nights. See the DTE Concert Schedule  to help plan your commute. 

 Collection Dates and Sites:
September 7 - Oakland Community College, Highland Lakes Campus
October 12 - Oakland County Service Center Campus

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The following changes were approved by the Township Board for all future elections: 
Precinct 3 moving across the parking lot to the Senior Community Ctr. - 6000 Clarkston Road.
Precinct 13 moving to Clarkston United Methodist Church - 6600 Waldon Road. Read More
2019 TOWNSHIP BUDGET DETAIL -- APPROVED November 27, 2018
CONSTRUCTION NOTICE - CLINTONVILLE ROAD PATHWAY PROJECT
The Clintonville Road Pathway Project began August 27th.  The project includes installation of an 8' wide asphalt pathway and 10' wide wood boardwalk along the east side of Clintonville Road between Maybee and Waldon Roads.  See Construction Notice. Update Sept. 10
DPW IMPORTANT UPDATE:  COMMUNITY WELLS
You may have read about PFAS (Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl) Contaminants found in the water supply on the west side of Michigan. See the Township Times August Edition Article by DPW Director, Dave McKee about community well testing in Independence Township.
INDEPENDENCE TOWNSHIP 2017 WATER QUALITY CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT

Independence Township is committed to providing you with the highest quality drinking water.  We are pleased to report that our drinking water meets or exceeds all Federal and State requirements! Click here to view the Independence Township 2017 Water Quality Consumer Confidence Report.

THIS IS YOUR INDEPENDENCE TOWNSHIP