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2022 Bloomfield Township Precinct Map
No change in precincts or voting locations but there are changes to the district lines for U.S. Congress, Michigan Senate, Michigan House, and Oakland County Commissioner.

Democracy needs you! The Clerk's Office is accepting applications to become an election worker. Help ensure Bloomfield Township elections are secure and run smoothly and efficiently. Find the application here.

Bloomfield Township is excited to be named MoneyGeek’s safest small town in Michigan for the second year in a row!  MoneyGeek is a personal finance website that has been featured on CNN, Forbes and USA Today.  They analyzed crime statistics, primarily from the Department of Justice, to quantify the cost of crime and accordingly rank small cities and towns (30,000 – 100,000 residents) nationwide.[1]  The cost of crime per capita in the township was $69 annually, ranking the community 15th safest in the nation and first in the state. 

Visit MoneyGeek for more information.

[1]Hometown Safety”

Niche agreed naming Bloomfield Township the third best place to live in Michigan in their 2022 Best Places rankings[1]Niche researches and profiles schools across the country and analyzed statistics from the U.S. Census to determine their rankings. 

See all the rankings on Niche.

[1] “Niche Announces 2022 Best Places to Live in America”

A portion of Club Drive will be closed due to the replacement of a sanitary sewer and water main on Porters Lane. Residents in the directly affected area were sent a letter and a map of the project area. Suggested detours can be found below. Work is expected to begin soon and continue through the summer with final restoration being completed in September 2022. When the official start date is determined, it will be announced on the township website and social media channels. The westerly portion of Porters Lane will remain closed during the duration of the project.

If you have questions, please contact the Engineering and Environmental Services Department at (248) 594-2800. Bloomfield Township Police and Fire are aware of both road closures and will maintain services to all areas of the Township.

The Evergreen Road Interceptor Rehabilitation Project is now scheduled to begin on Monday, January 17, 2022. 

Click here for the complete notice and traffic map. 

Michigan Court of Appeals Rules in Township's Favor in Water Rate Lawsuit

The Township Clerk mailed a new Voter Information Card to each registered voter in the Township. By law, these must be sent to all registered voters because district boundaries and numbers changed during the redistricting that is performed every decade. Your precinct number and voting location did not change. If you have not received your card yet, expect it to arrive soon. If you receive a card for a person who does not reside at your home, contact us at (248) 433-7702. Your call will assist in maintaining the most accurate voter registration records.

The Bloomfield Township Clerk’s Office is now able to take appointments for passports online. Appointments are available Mondays-Thursdays from 8:00 AM-3:00 PM. Book your appointment now.

Bloomfield Township is pleased to inform you that in 2021, as in past years, we have surpassed the water quality standards required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE). The 2021 Annual Water Quality Report describes the source of our water, lists our test results, and contains important information about water and health. This report is intended to provide consumer understanding of drinking water and to heighten awareness of the need to protect our precious water resources. We hope this report addresses any drinking water quality concerns you might have. Read the report.