1. Pat McRae


    Supervisor Pat McRaePat McRae has a long history working for Redford Township. He’s served on several boards and commissions, including the Redford Township Board of Trustees, of which he was a member for 12 years. His first term in his current role as supervisor began in November 2020 and will last through November 2024.

    Pat and his family have lived in Redford Township for nearly 45 years. His favorite part of the Township is the small-town community, especially in such a metropolitan area. Pat says the people are engaged and inviting. In his current position, he aims to help residents and make the community a better place for all. From umpiring and coaching to RTJAA and the Redford Township Library, Pat has been involved in a broad variety of areas that aid him in providing leadership to the Township.

    In the future, he hopes to revitalize Neighborhood Associations, strengthen connections with the local business community, and work with realtors to improve home and business values in Redford. He also aims to build stronger relationships with Wayne County and neighboring communities.

Welcome to Redford Township

Redford Township is a diverse, inviting, and engaging community that offers a small-town atmosphere in a large metropolitan area. Redford has affordable housing and good places to eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We are a business-friendly community that works on meeting the needs of our residents.

If you enjoy being outside, we have parks where you can go and picnic and just relax. At one of our parks, we even have a splash pad for the kids to cool down on a hot summer day. For the golfers in the family, we have two golf courses you can play. Our Community Center offers classes and recreational opportunities for our residents from children to seniors. We have a great library that also offers programs for children to seniors and you can go to and use their computers and there is free Wi-Fi. You can check out a book or just sit back and read in peace and quiet.

We love to get the community together to celebrate by having events like Martin Luther King Breakfast, Memorial Day Parade, Township Festival and Fire Works Display, Octoberfest, and Olde Fashion Holiday to name a few.

Our Police and Fire Departments engage with residents by having events and programs; Annual Fire Station Open House, Neighborhood Watch, and Coffee with a Cop.

There are many ways to get involved in the community from working on Township events, Neighborhood Associations, and Church groups, or being on boards and commissions.

So you can see that we have a lot to offer and continue to look for ways to improve our community for our residents and the businesses within it.

Welcome to Redford Township and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to give me a call.

Pat McRae



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