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Welcome to Redford Township

Redford Township is a dynamic community of 48,362 people located on about 11.25 square miles on the western border of Michigan's largest city, Detroit. Many Redford Citizens are second or third generation residents. After growing up in the Township, they want their kids to grow up here too. These citizens often say they want to give back to the community that gave them so much. This explains the high rate of citizen involvement in local government and the success of many neighborhood civic and church groups. New, younger families are attracted to Redford's central location, a short drive from anywhere in the region. We have a wide mix of people of all ages, races, ethnic and religious backgrounds. Redford Township reflects the face of America.

Redford is home to 15 different parks, which are one of Redford's most valuable resources. Our residents enjoy a splash park, skate park, ball diamonds, tot lots, walking paths and more. Redford parks have something for everyone.

Residents come together throughout the year to enjoy such events as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Prayer Breakfast, Bunny Brunch, Perennial Exchanges, Memorial Day Parade, Concerts in the Park, Oktoberfest, and Olde Fashioned Holidays, just to name a few.  Check out the Community Calendar to find out what is happening in Redford Township.

Announcements

Ordinance #346 – Article V: Anti-Blight Sec. 38-93 / Sec.38-96



Hydrant flushing will begin the week of October 9th and last for approximately 4 weeks .

The areas affected are Plymouth Road to Schoolcraft Road and Six Mile to Seven Mile . Hydrant flushing is necessary to test the hydrants to make sure adequate flow and pressure is available. Flushing is also done to remove sediment from the pipes in order to maintain water clarity and quality in the distribution pipes.

  • If you encounter discolored water following hydrant flushing, run the cold water taps only. Do not use hot water taps throughout your home at bathroom sinks, tubs, kitchen faucets etc. for 5 to 15 minutes or until water clears. This allows discolored water to work its way out of your household plumbing system. By not using your hot water taps, this should prevent discolored water from entering your hot water system. If you do experience discolored water on your hot side, flush in the same manner as the cold system.