All meetings are held at Hartland Township Hall unless othewise noted. To stream meetings live, view archived meetings or review meeting agendas and packets, click here.
October 17, 2017 7:00 PM
Board of Trustees – Regular Meeting
October 24, 2017 6:30 PM
Board of Trustees – Special Meeting
October 26, 2017 7:00 PM
Planning Commission – Regular Meeting CANCELED
The Department of Public Works is responsible for the administration, coordination and general oversight of several public works functions and services to Hartland Township residents and property owners including the following items (click on any underlined items for additional information):
Most of the street lights throughout Hartland are maintained by DTE or Consumers. Those located near the Hartland Road roundabout are maintained by the Livingston County Road Commission. If you notice any street light out, please email the Department of Public Works so that we can contact the appropriate entity for repairs.
Lake Tyrone information and updates can be found HERE.
In fall of 2015, Merit Energy decided to end natural gas operations at their site off of Lone Tree Road and Pleasant Valley Road, south of M-59. While dismantling the station and conducting necessary testing, it was discovered that detectable levels of the chemical sulfolane was present in the earth beneath and around the gas plant, in the groundwater beneath the excavation site and at just one of the seven monitoring wells surrounding the site. The sulfolane impact to groundwater appears localized to the site and there is no evidence that residential groundwater is impacted at this time.
Below are documents that pertain to this issue:
Private well testing for sulfolane is available through Environmental Resources Group at (810) 632-3600. Environmental Resources Group will charge a testing fee of $300.
Hartland Township depends upon groundwater sources to supply drinking water to select areas of the Township. The Township provides water to residents and businesses within these areas through a municipal water system. The Township has developed and implemented a Wellhead Protection Plan (WHPP) to protect the Township’s groundwater supplies from contamination by formulating and implementing a set of actions and management practices to protect the water supply from potential sources of contamination. More information on the Wellhead Protection Plan can be found here.
Robert M. West, Public Works Director : email@example.com
Sandy Brondstetter, Public Works Assistant : DPW@hartlandtwp.com
Kyle Mitchell, Water Operator : firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to contact Hartland Township with questions or comments, our Staff Directory can be found here