COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) INFORMATION
4.22.2020 Management Meeting
4.15.2020 Management Meeting
4.15.2020 Clerks Office Update - Elections
4.13.2020 Yard Waste Collection Resumes
4.11.2020 Yard Waste Suspension
4.10.2020 Critical Infrastructure Workers Designation Update
4.10.2020 Resident Update - EO 2020-42 and Board Meeting
4.9.2020 Yard Waste Collection / Lawn Maintenance Update
4.8.2020 Management Meeting
3.27.2020 Clerk’s Office Update on Services
3.26.2020 Township Board Meeting March 31, 2020 Update
3.26.2020 Families First Coronavirus Response Act
3.25.2020 Management Meeting
3.17.2020 Resolution Declaring Local State of Emergency
3.17.2020 Walk-In Restriction Information
3.16.2020 Emergency Declaration
3.16.2020 Resident Update
3.16.2020 Boards and Commissions Update
3.14.2020 Resident Update
3.13.2020 Resident Update
3.12.2020 Resident Update
COVID-19 (coronavirus) is an active situation that is changing daily. The Charter Township of Chesterfield is proactively monitoring public health information for any potential implications for our community. In the meantime, all individuals should continue to take the following basic personal-hygiene measures to prevent the spread of the virus:
- wash your hands often with soap and water or use hand sanitizer
- avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
- cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing
- avoid handshakes
- avoid contact with sick people who are sick
- stay home when you are sick
The current communicable illness challenges is effecting all of us; Township government, business, and the people that live in Chesterfield Township. Read on...
The Water Residential Assistance Program (WRAP) provides funding to eligible, low-income homeowners to assist with water bills, water conservation, and self-sufficiency initiatives. Read on...
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Chesterfield Township Zoning Board of Appeals meeting scheduled for Wednesday, May 27, 2020 has been rescheduled to Wednesday, July 8, 2020. Read on...
ANCHOR BAY WATER LEVELS
SANDBAGS and SAND AVAILABLE
**Sandbags will still be available at DPW and Fire Station 3 during the Walk-in Traffic restriction**
Weekday Hours: Monday - Friday
Sandbags are available at the following locations:
*Department of Public Works Facility (52216 Sierra Drive)
Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 4:30PM
*Fire Hall 3 (33991 23 Mile Rd., at 23 Mile and Baker Intersection)
Monday - Friday 4:30PM - 9:00PM
Weekend Hours: Saturday and Sunday
Sandbags will be available at Fire Hall 3 (33991 23 Mile Rd., at 23 Mile and Baker Intersection) from 8:00AM - 9:00PM. Sandbags may be temporary unavailable if the fire department is on a call.
Sandbags can be filled at the following locations:
*DPW (52216 Sierra Drive)
*Behind Fire Hall 2 (48475 Jefferson)
*Brandenburg Park (50050 Jefferson) Must show sandbags to get into park for free
Residents must come into the DPW and Fire Hall 3 and fill out the spreadsheet to collect sandbags and show ID
* 100 sandbags per visit, please
* Bring a shovel
With the rising levels of water in the springtime, it is recommend to keep the sandbags in place over the winter. If you would like to dispose of your filled sandbags, residents can return filled sandbags to the DPW (52216 Sierra Drive) at anytime on the pallets placed in the sandbagging operation area.
Before the waters rise…..Prepare! Move all items on the lowest level off the floor and up above the potential water depth. (2-3 feet) Video record or photograph your home and the contents for a possible insurance claim. Contact your insurance agent and ask about flooding. Un-plug electrical appliances not being used in the low areas. Obtain and fill sandbags.
The 2020 Census is in FULL SWING! Chesterfield residents should have received an invitation in the mail with instructions on how to respond online.
The Census is now live at my2020census.gov!
Please note that the mailings will be addressed to “Dear Resident” and not to a specific individual.
How do I know someone claiming to be from the Census isn’t a scam artist?
How do I take the Census?
Why make the change from paper forms to online digital?
Is completing the Census optional?
What happens if I lose my letter with my online ID?
When I respond to the Census, will my information and data be kept private?
Can my Census data be used against me?
April 1 Census Day is Observed Nationwide
By this date, every home will receive an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. Once the invitation arrives, you should respond for your home in one of three ways: online, by phone, or by mail. When you respond to the census, you’ll tell the Census Bureau where you live as of April 1, 2020.