Bloomfield Township is the only township in the State of Michigan to offer its residents the services of a sophisticated Road Division. Since it was established in the early 1970's, it has grown to become a highly-respected and well-equipped operation. It provides services with a modern fleet of vehicles and equipment. The Division maintains 176 miles of Oakland County subdivision roads and 37 miles of unpaved gravel roads within the Township.

By a contractual agreement with the Township, the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) retains responsibility for 50 miles of primary roads and state trunk lines within Bloomfield Township. These roads include, but are not limited to, Telegraph, Woodward, the Mile roads, Squirrel Road, Franklin, Inkster, Adams, part of Charing Cross, part of Cranbrook, Fairfax Ave. and Eastways.

Some of the RCOC's maintenance responsibilities are storm sewers, ditches, forestry and signs in the right-of-way (R.O.W.) on all public roads. To request service from the County, call the RCOC Citizens Service Department at 248-858-4804 between 7:30 AM and 4:15 PM, Monday through Friday. You may write them at 2420 Pontiac Lake Road, Waterford MI 48328.

Visit the Road Commission of Oakland County's website for more information.

There are two designated Natural Beauty Roads in the Township, Echo Road and Wing Lake Road.
Click here for the RCOC’s Natural Beauty Roads Map.

Road Concerns

Remember, Bloomfield Township only maintains the subdivision roads. Major roads like Telegraph, Woodward, Square Lake, Maple, Quarton, Franklin and so on, are maintained by the Road Commission for Oakland County, RCOC.

Local subdivision roads: Contact the Department of Public Works at 248-594-2800 or Email us.

Major roads: Contact RCOC Customer Service Department at 248-858-4804 or Email them.