Upcoming Township Meetings

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    Board of Trustees Meeting

    May 6, 2015 at 7 PM

    Please note change from the Board's regular schedule

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    Planning Commission Meeting 

    May 14, 2015 at 7 PM

    CANCELLED

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    Board of Trustees Meeting

    May 19, 2015 at 7 PM

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    Planning Commission Meeting

    May 28, 2015 at 7 PM

     

     

     


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    Welcome to Hartland Township

    Founded in 1836, Hartland Township has maintained its small town charm while offering amenities for modern living. Centrally located between Detroit, Lansing, Flint and Ann Arbor, the Township offers direct access to expressways for convenient commutes. The choice of rural, suburban and lake living makes Hartland Township a premier lifestyle option for those working in any of the nearby southeastern Michigan business hubs.

     

    The Township is recognized regionally as one of area’s most welcoming and engaged communities. From the community’s exceptional schools and extensive youth sports programs to a progressive library, beautiful Township parks and an active Senior Center, the Township appeals to all generations.

     

    Latest News from Hartland

     

    Township seeks input from residents regarding new businesses to locate in the community

    While the Township does not have any direct influence on new business recruitment, other than ensuring that businesses joining our community comply with zoning ordinances and construction standards, we would like your thoughts on which new businesses would benefit Hartland the most.  We will then share the data with local developers and commercial real estate agents. Please take a moment to complete two surveys. The first survey measures restaurant desirability.  The second survey will gauge your interest in other consumer businesses locating in Hartland Township.

     

     

    Hydrant flushing scheduled

    Water hydrant flushing is scheduled beginning May 4 and ending May 14.  All hydrants on the Township water system are flushed twice annually to remove rust that may have accumulated in the water mains.  For more information, including a detailed schedule, please click here.

     

     

    Free large item clean up day scheduled

    On Saturday, May 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Hartland Township will once again host Large Item Clean Up day for residents.  The event will be held at Hartland High School and will also include free paper shredding.  For more information, including a listing of items that will be accepted, click here.

     

     

    Livingston County seeks resident input on communications

    Livingston County is encouraging anyone who lives, works, and recreates in the county to provide feedback about the county's communication efforts. Please take a moment to complete their survey.

     

     

    Hartland Township final budget for fiscal year 2015-2016 now available

    The Preliminary Final Budget for 2015-2016 is now available and can be viewed by clicking here.

     

     

     

    Timeline established for road repairs

    The Hartland Department of Public Works and Livingston County Road Commission met to finalize a tentative schedule for road repairs funded by the Safer Roads millage.  The majority of projects will be underway in 2015.  To view the complete report and timeline, click here.

     

     

     

    Township financial information now available in an easy-to-access format

    Residents may now easily access a financial dashboard and other important financial documents for the Township.  Visit the Finance Department page for more information and to review the documents.

     

     

     

    National research firm reports on Township’s residential market potential 

    A national research firm recently completed a Residential Market Potential Study and found that Hartland Township can command significantly higher per-square-foot prices on new homes, rentals and condominiums than neighboring communities. The study also anticipates that 500 new homes and rentals will be needed to meet demand in the next five to six years. 

     

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