Welcome to Bloomfield Township! This page provides information to help get you settled into your new home and community. We are happy to answer any and all questions you may have. Please contact us at 248-433-7700 or Email.
Township offices are open Monday - Thursday, 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM. Offices are closed on Friday.
The Charter Township of Bloomfield is home to 41,000 people. Its 26 square miles are distinguished by rolling hills, winding roads, and scenic lakes and streams. Located in Oakland County, Michigan, Bloomfield Township is within easy reach of the area’s major thoroughfares and expressways. It provides a full range of public services, including its own police and full-time fire departments and road, water and sewer divisions.
Because 95% of the Township is residential there is a special emphasis on the needs of homeowners, but Bloomfield Township’s business community is thriving and growing. Vibrant businesses including shops and restaurants can be found in the Township, particularly along the Telegraph and Woodward Avenue corridors.
Four public school systems - primarily Bloomfield Hills and Birmingham, and also Avondale and Pontiac - serve residents of the Township, as well as several excellent private and parochial schools. Find links to information about schools here.
- Electric: DTE 800-477-4747
- Gas: Consumers Energy 800-477-5050
- Water: Call the Township’s Water Division at 248-594-2800 to set up your account.
- Trash Pickup: Call GFL Environmental at 844-464-3587 to set up your account. Click here for more information, including collection schedule.
- Comcast is available to all homes in the Township. Call 877-266-2278 or visit the Comcast website
- AT&T serves some parts of the Township. To find out if the service is available in your area call 800-288-2020 or visit the website
Bloomfield Township, through Bloomfield Community Television, provides Community Access programming on Comcast cable channel 15 for residents of Bloomfield Township and Bloomfield Hills. BCTV now produces more than 600 programs a year. Many of the programs are in a series format and produced in the studio by local residents. The others are produced by local non-profit organizations and document events taking place in and around the community. Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees meetings are aired live on BCTV. Find more information here.
The Clerk’s Office is responsible for voter registration and for all local, state and federal elections. Register to vote during normal office hours. The Clerk’s Office also offers complete, convenient passport service during the hours of 7:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday - Thursday.
No more than two dogs, six months or older, are allowed to be kept on any property in Bloomfield Township. The State of Michigan law requires each dog to be vaccinated for rabies and to be licensed by the age of six months. You must present proof of current rabies vaccination to purchase the license.
Oakland County Animal Control provides service to Bloomfield Township. Their services, hours of operation and applicable fees can be obtained by going to their website or by calling 248-858-1090.
Dog licenses may be purchased at these locations:
- Online at the Oakland County website.
- At the Oakland County Animal Control Center, 1200 N. Telegraph Road, Bldg. 42 E, Pontiac, MI 48341
- Other locations as allowed by Oakland County Animal Control.
- At the Bloomfield Township Police Department Records Bureau.
Click here for more information
The Bloomfield Township Public Library is located at 1099 Lone Pine Road, on the corner of Lone Pine and Telegraph. More information here
The Township boasts a beautiful Senior Center, incorporating a warm water pool and state-of-the-art fitness facility, and offering many enrichment programs, classes and travel opportunities for residents 50 years and older. The Senior Center also offers Adult Day Service and other supportive services. Call 248-723-3500 or click here
Bloomfield Township sends out weekly email newsletters that contain information and links on area happenings. ENewsletters are also sent whenever there is an immediate need to relay a message to residents, such as notice of a snow emergency. The newsletter is free and all residents are strongly encouraged to register! Click here to sign up.
The Township regularly posts news and updates on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and NextDoor. For more information click here.