This page is to notify the residents of Plymouth Township of special meetings and happenings within the community. Please check this page often for updates. Click here to view the Calendar of Events which lists all regularly scheduled meetings.
For details on Community Development Public Hearings, please click here.
Click on the notice below for details.
April 17, 2017
2017 Sewer Backup Public Notice
April 2, 2017
Street Sweeping will take place April thru May.
Click here to see the map of the tentative schedule.
March 30, 2017
Notice to cut Noxious Weeds
March 2, 2017
2017 Community Development Block Grant Allocation
June 28, 2016
2015 Water Quality Report
June 21, 2016
Salem Springs MDEQ Notice of Public Comment
Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) Customer Outreach
October 24, 2015
Cell Tower - Sheldon at M-14
September 3, 2014
Draft of Wayne County Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report - Caper
September 4, 2012
2011 Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds for Plymouth ADA Bridge
Plymouth Township Footbridge Project - to provide grant funds for an ADA footpath and bridge to an existing ADA fishing dock located in Plymouth Township Recreational Park
April 21, 2011
"No Solicitors" signs are now available at Township Clerk's office. The signs will be provided at no cost to Township residents and can be picked up during normal business hours. Please call 734-354-3228 with any questions.
Attention Plymouth Township residents living in close proximity to waters (e.g., rivers, creeks, lakes)
The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued a Preliminary Flood Insurance Study (FIS) and Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) identifying flood risk in Wayne County, including Plymouth Township.
Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Tree Information
Click above link to get information on ash tree removal and disposal options as well as tree replacement and discount information
Lawn Irrigation Systems
If you have a home or business with a lawn irrigation system, please remember to winterize your system before the cold weather sets in. Late October or early November would be a good time to turn the water off and blow out the lines. Please remember to include the vacuum breaker. We get a dozen calls every year where a pipe froze, broke and water was running everywhere. This water goes through the meter and has to be billed.
Please contact your local plumber or irrigation specialist if you need assistance.
Zoning Ordinance No. 99 is now available for purchase at the Treasurer's Office or at the Community Development Department for a cost of $40.00.