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Federal disaster assistance may be available to residents and businesses in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties who experienced disaster-related losses from the June 25 – 26, 2021 severe storms and flooding. See the FEMA flyer for information regarding disaster assistance. More information is available by clicking on the links below.
The Registration Deadline for FEMA Assistance has been Extended to November 12, 2021.
FEMA Teams now in Two Additional Southeast Michigan Counties Helping Survivors Apply for Disaster Assistance.
FEMA Disaster Recovery Center Opens in Southfield
Press Release: Disaster Recover Center in Southfield
FEMA Mitigation Brochure
Press Release: Check Home Heating System
Press Release: New FEMA Funds Can Help Homes Damaged By Flooding
Press Release: Two Weeks Remain to Apply for FEMA Funds

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

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.

Operation Update:
The Senior Center will be open on Wednesday, November 3, 2021.
The Covid cases last week were limited to the interior administrative offices. No customers spent time in the administrative offices or with the two administrators. We have followed the township protocol for contact tracing, isolation and testing. Had the exposures happened in programs with customers in attendance, it would have been specified and testing encouraged.
With more indoor activities and the approaching holidays, Covid positive cases are growing county wide and within the township. To reduce possible transmission, Bloomfield Township will implement a mask policy on Tuesday, November 2, 2021.
As of Tuesday, November 2, Masks for Employees & Public
1)     Masks will be mandated for all Township employees, regardless of vaccination status.
2)     The public entering the Senior Center will have to wear masks, regardless of vaccination status.
3)     Since the Senior Center is the only building where employees and customers are not always separated by plexiglass, and that opens the close contact issue, this is the only facility where public mask use is mandated.
We thank you in advance for your compliance with this order to reduce transmission through this increase and the winter season.

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DTE Tree Program

Dear Residents,

Trees are a big part of what makes our neighborhoods beautiful, but they are also the leading cause of power outages and can pose serious safety hazards if growing too near or into power lines. In fact, some area residents recently experienced an outage that was caused by a tree damaging electrical equipment.

To ensure safe and reliable power, DTE Energy has begun working in some of our neighborhoods to trim, and if necessary, remove trees growing too close to power lines. DTE’s tree trimming program follows industry standards and provides a balanced solution between reliable power and healthy trees.

We ask that you work with DTE and its contract crews to provide reasonable access to property, and to ensure a safe working environment. This would include keeping dogs or other pets inside while crews are in the neighborhood.

Please remember that tree damage can not only cause safety concerns and reliability issues for you, but can also affect your neighbors’ power.

You can learn more about DTE’s tree trimming program by visiting or calling the personalized number provided to you on your door hanger. As always, you may contact your city officials with additional questions or concerns.

We appreciate your support as we partner with DTE to provide you with safe and reliable energy.

 DTE Oak Wilt Protocol
 Explanation of TreeTrimming
 Pre-Trim Customer Letter
2021 Tree Trim Program Map
Tree Removal Agreement
Tree Work Scheduled
Will DTE Remove My Tree?
Why Was Woody Debris Left Behind?