This Commission was created under Ordinance No. 256 and it shall be the duty of the beautification commission to make our community a cleaner and more beautiful environment, in which to live and work. To encourage businesses and homeowners to maintain and improve their property, and to support the maintenance of public facilities and lands; to develop programs and initiate projects that will heighten awareness and involvement by residents and businesses in improving and enhancing the environment in the Township of Redford.
This Commission meets at the Town Hall, 15145 Beech Daly, Redford, Michigan, 48239, on the second Wednesday of each month (except Dec. and Jan.) at 7:00 pm. Click Here For More Info.
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority
This Authority meets at Town Hall when a company coming into the township wants to utilize the provisions of Public Act 381.
This Authority was created under the provisions of Act 31, Public Acts of Michigan, 1948 (First Extra Session) as amended, meets at Town Hall as needed regarding bonds sold to raise monies for acquisition and construction of major capital facilities not funded by millage.
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.
District Library Board
This Board was created through the vote of the residents of Redford Township and meets monthly. Click Here for more information.
Downtown Development Authority
This Authority was created through Act 197 of Public Acts of 1975 to be used as a "tool" by local communities in their efforts at downtown revitalization and meets at Town Hall as needed to determine the use of monies collected in the DDA area for use in the DDA area Economic Development Corporation This Corporation was created through Act 338 of the Public Acts of 1974, as amended and meets as needed to assess the public purpose of a project, its desirability, suitability and it economic feasibility. Click Here For More Information.
This Commission was created under MCL 168.26 and meets prior to each election to review the preparations for the upcoming election.
Employees Civil Service Commission
This Commission was created through Act 246, Public Acts of 1965 and meets quarterly to supervise the administration of the civil service rules.
This Committee was created through Ordinance No. 222 dated 10/30/1989 and its duties are that it shall be the duty of the township festival committee to organize community participation in appropriate events honoring national holidays, events and memorials for outstanding service rendered to the country and meets monthly.
This Commission was created through Ordinance 252 dated 04/19/1999 and its duties are that it shall be the duty of the historical commission to collect and preserve historical materials relating to the history of the Northwest Territory, the state, and the township; to acquire ownership and control of landmarks of the township with the funds budgeted by the township board of trustees; to compile histories of the township and the area; and to participate in other historical endeavors which the commission believes to be of sufficient interest to the township. This Commission meets the 1st Wednesday of each month at the Little Red Schoolhouse, 12895 Berwyn, Redford, Michigan 48239 at 2 pm.
This Commission was created in January 1956 to work with the Detroit Edison Company in lighting the streets of Redford and continues today to meet as needed regarding the issues that arise regarding street lights. Click Here For More Information.
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.
Council of Neighborhood Associations
The Council was created to support our neighborhood associations. Their purpose is to build strong, friendly neighborhood communities. Click Here For More Information.
This Authority works on the Annual Memorial Day Parade held on the Sunday after Memorial Day.
This Commission's origins are from Act 157, Public Acts of 1905, as amended and continue to this era under Act 271, Public Acts of 1948, as amended and its primary objectives are the recreational needs of all ages within the Township. The Commission meets at the Community Center the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 7 pm.
This Commission was created through Act 168, of the Public Acts of 1959, as amended and delegated to the Planning Commission by the Township Board by Resolution of June 17, 1963 and meets monthly at the Town Hall (except the December meeting at the Public Services Building) on the 1st Thursday of each month at 7 pm (this is subject to change, please call 313-387-2641 between 8:30 am to 4:30 pm).
Police & Fire Civil Service Commission
This Commission was created through Act 78, Public Acts of 1935 and meets quarterly to supervise the administration of the civil service rules. Click here 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.
Board of Review
This Board reviews appeals of resident's assessments to their properties. It meets in March of each year.
Senior Citizen Commission
This Commission as created by board action on November 21, 1977 for the purpose of having life continue to be meaningful and satisfying for all people of all ages and the pursuit of meaningful activities within the range of civic culture and recreational opportunities and meets monthly at 10 am on the 3rd Wednesday at the Don S. Hubert VFW Post 345, 27345 Schoolcraft Road, Redford, MI 48239. Click Here For More Information.
Sister City Commission
This Commission was created by board action to provide a better relationship with Redford Township's Sister Cities, St. Johann, Tirol Austria and Gau-Algesheim, Germany, so that there might evolve an extensive cultural exchange between these municipalities. Click Here For More Information.
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
The Board is setup for appeals to the zoning of property. Appeals may be filed by a property owner for variance, modification or adjustment of the requirements of Zoning Ordinance 152 (N). Regular ZBA meetings are open to the public and held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 7:00 p.m., in the Redford Township Hall Board Room, located at 15145 Beech Daly Rd. provided there are pending appeals. The Zoning Board of Appeals consists of Five (5) Members. Three members are required for a quorum. In the event of a meeting with three (3) members present, the vote must be unanimous for approval. The decision of the Board is made at the time of the hearing. The decision of the board is final and may only be appealed through Circuit Court.