Coronavirus Resources

Coronavirus Resources

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The Health and Safety of our staff, residents, business owners, stakeholders and community members is our highest priority.

All Township Offices are closed down through May 15, 2020. 
These closures will NOT impact any 911/emergency services.

May 15, 2020

Steps You Can Take

You are receiving a constant stream of information and updates on COVID-19 from the State of Michigan, Wayne County Health Department and the CDC. Please continue to follow the recommendations set forth by the leading experts. I encourage all of our Township residents, community leaders, business owners, community members and staff to continue best practices in self-care and preventative measures. Please continue to wash your hands frequently with soap and water, keep your hands away from your face, cover when coughing or sneezing and stay home when you are sick.

The Township will remain vigilant in monitoring the ongoing guidance provided by our health officials, and in sharing timely and accurate information to the extent possible. As your Township Supervisor, I will ensure that you will be informed as changes occur. With the assistance of the Board of Trustees, Township Manager, Department Heads and staff, I will continue to provide the most up-to-date information available to you via our website ( and social media.

The following resources and links have been provided below from the Wayne County Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding how to slow the spread of this disease and stay safe. You can also visit the CDC, Wayne County Health Department and the World Health Organization websites, by clicking the organization to the left.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Share The Facts About COVID-19
What You Need to Know
Stop The Spread of Germs
What To Do If You Are Sick

Wayne County Health Department Guide to COVID-19:

Symptoms and Prevention
Preventing Spread
Preventing Stigma  

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (fact sheet)
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (full summary)