What are the Northfield Township office hours?
Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
What is the phone number for.....?
Northfield Township Police & Fire Emergency........911
Northfield Township Police (non-emergency)........(734) 449-9911
Northfield Township Fire (non-emergency)........(734) 449-2385
Northfield Township Offices........(734) 449-2880
Northfield Township Building Department........(734) 449-5000
Northfield Township Library........(734) 449-0066
Northfield Township Community Center........(734) 449-2295
Wastewater Treatment Plant........(734) 449-4159
Northfield Human Services........(734) 449-0110
Whitmore Lake Post Office........(734) 449-4982
People's Express Bus........(877) 214-6073
Charter Communications Cable Company........(800) 441-4991
Whitmore Lake Public Schools........(734) 449-4464
South Lyon Public Schools........(248) 573-8130
Ann Arbor Schools Administration Office........(734) 994-2200
Dexter Community Schools........(734) 424-2730
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital........(734) 712-3456
University of Michigan Hospital........(734) 936-4000
McPherson Hospital........(517) 545-6000
Washtenaw County Road Commission..........(734) 761-1500
Washtenaw County Treasurer's Office..........(734) 222-6600
Washtenaw County Clerk/Register of Deeds..........(734) 222-6700
Animal Control - General Information..........(734) 794-6920
Animal Control - Non-Emergency Number..........(734) 994-2911
How do I contact a member of the Township Board of Trustees?
Simply click "CONTACT US" located in the blue bar at the bottom of our web page to find phone numbers and e-mail addresses for all of our Trustees and Township Departments.
Where do I go for Building Permits and Zoning questions?
Call (734) 449-5000 or come to the Township Office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Click here to obtain Building permits or forms.
How do I get a burn permit?
You must have a burn permit for Open Burning in Northfield Township. Permits are available at the Northfield Township office. Burn Permits are issued for the burning of natural yard waste and brush, are good for 4 days, and there is no cost. Click here for more information.
How often are sewer bills issued and how long do I have to pay them?
Sewer bills are issued on the 1st of the month in February, May, August and November. They are payable until the end of the month without penalty. After the end of the month, there is a 10% penalty.
Utility Billing Schedule
Where do I go to pay my sewer bill/tax bill?
Sewer bills and tax bills can be paid with cash, check, credit card/debit card*, or money order.
Option A: You can pay your bills at the Township Office:
- in person during office hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm
- by using the 24 hour drop box in the office vestibule during non-office hours
- by mail - payments by mail must be received in our office by the due date on the bill in order to avoid late fees - we do not accept Post Dates. We are not responsible for delays in mail delivery.
Option B: You can pay your bill on-line
Option C: You can call toll free (800) 272-9829, use code 3241.
*There is a fee for credit/debit card payments for Sewer Bills of $2.75.
*There is a fee for credit/debit card payments for Tax Payments of 2.68% of the balance.
Failure to receive your bill does not waive the past due penalties.
How do I get a dog license?
A dog license can be purchased at the Washtenaw County Treasurer's office.
Does Northfield Township provide trash service?
No, Northfield Township does not supply trash service. There are many privately owned companies that supply service to Northfield Township residents. Some of them are listed below:
Where is the nearest recycling center?
For newspapers, magazines, catalogs, and office/school papers, a recycling bin is located at 75 Barker Rd. For all other recyclables, please call Washtenaw County Solid Waste Program at (734) 994-2398 for the nearest recycling facility, or visit the Washtenaw County Recycling, Home Toxics & Solid Waste web page.