15145 Beech Daly Road
Redford Township, MI 48239

Monday-Friday     8:30am-4:30pm
Telephone:  (313) 387-2700
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Beautification Commission

The Beautification Commission is composed of Redford Township residents whose mission is to restore, preserve, and enhance the beauty of the Charter Township of Redford.  The volunteer organization arranges several community events focused on improving the landscape of Redford Township. Meetings are on the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall.

Beautification Council of Southeastern Michigan

Board of Review

This Board reviews appeals of resident's assessments to their properties. Residents who want to go before the board must make an appointment through the Assessor’s Office ahead of the meetings, which take place in March of each year.

(313) 387-2730

Brownfield Redevelopment Authority

Brownfield Redevelopments cover the revitalization of sites that are considered contaminated from past operations. The authority meets at Town Hall when a company coming into the township wants to utilize the provisions of Public Act 381. Learn more about Brownfield Redevelopments by visiting their website.

Block Grant Advisory Committee

This committee meets at the Community Center yearly and reviews the budgeted monies from Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for distribution in federally sanctioned areas. More information is available through the Housing/Community Development Department. [LINK]


Building Authority

The Building Authority meets at Town Hall as needed regarding bonds sold to raise monies for acquisition and construction of major capital facilities not funded by millage.


Diversity & Inclusion Commission

This commission was created to address issues of inequity and to promote inclusion in Redford Township. The commission meets at 7:00 p.m. on the first Monday of each month.


Downtown Development Authority

This authority aims to help the Redford Township community in revitalizing and developing its downtown. The DDA meets at Town Hall as needed to determine the best use of funds collected for this purpose. Learn more about Downtown Redford by visiting the Downtown Redford website.


Election Commission

This commission meets prior to each election to review the preparations for the upcoming election. Its members include the Township Clerk and two trustees. Visit the commission’s guidebook for more information.


Employees Civil Service Commission

This commission meets quarterly to supervise the administration of the civil service rules. Visit the commission’s page for more.

Festival Committee

This committee is responsible for organizing community events to honor national holidays, events and memorials. Learn more by visiting the Redford Festival website.



Historical Commission

The Historical Commission works to gather and preserve historical materials of the township and surrounding region, and to participate in efforts that relate to and honor the township’s past. The commission may also acquire ownership and control of landmarks of the township with the funds budgeted by the Redford Township Board of Trustees. The commission meets at 6:00 at the museum on the second Thursday of the following months: January, March, May, July, September, and October. Visit their website for more information.


Library Board of Trustees

This board manages affairs for the Redford Township District Library. It was created through the vote of the residents of Redford Township and meets monthly. For more information, visit the library’s website.

Lighting Commission

This commission was created to work with the Detroit Edison Company in lighting the streets of Redford. The commission meets as needed regarding lighting around the township.

Loan Review Board

This Board reviews the Housing Rehab Program applications for loans or grants and determines if criteria has been met for approval. The funds used for loans and grants are provided by Community Development Block Grant Dollars. The Board meets at the Community Center as needed.


Neighborhood Associations

The Council was created to support our neighborhood associations. Their purpose is to build strong, friendly neighborhood communities. Visit the neighborhood associations page for more.

(313) 387-2753

Parade Authority

This Authority works on the Annual Memorial Day Parade held on the Sunday after Memorial Day.


Parks Commission

The Parks Commission works to address the parks & recreational needs of all ages within the Township. Meetings take place on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Community Center. To put an item on the agenda, please reach out by the Wednesday before each meeting.


Planning Commission

The Planning Commission meets at 7:00 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month at the Town Hall, and at the Public Services Building in December.


Police & Fire Civil Service Commission

This commission meets quarterly to supervise the administration of the civil service rules. Visit the commission’s page for more information.

Police & Fire Pension Board

This board was created through a vote of the people to administer the pensions of the Redford Township Police and Fire Department members. The board meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. in Town Hall.


Senior Citizen Commission

This commission works to create meaningful and satisfying opportunities for all people of all ages within the range of civic culture and recreational opportunities. The commission meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at 27345 Schoolcraft Road. Visit the commission’s page for more information.


Site Committee

This Committee is an arm of the Planning Commission which meets on a weekly basis with businesses wanting to come into Redford Township.


Zoning Board of Appeals

This board addresses appeals to zoning for property. Appeals may cover variance, modification or adjustment of requirements in the Zoning Ordinance. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Redford Township Hall Board Room. The decision of the board is final and may only be appealed through Circuit Court.