Coronavirus COVID-19 Information

Need to conduct business with a Waterford Township office or department?
Please consider remote access options instead of coming in person. Call us today for details 248-674-3111 or review our current operating procedures here: Remote Access Options - Waterford Township

Oakland Together/United Way Microgrants for Oakland County Residents

Oakland County and United Way for Southeastern Michigan are pleased to announce the Oakland Together COVID Relief Individual Microgrant Initiative. Eligible residents in Oakland County can apply for a $500 microgrant to cover necessary expenses or gaps in income resulting from the economic repercussions of COVID-19.

Oakland Together COVID relief microgrant

County, State & Federal Updates

Information about this outbreak is changing rapidly. You can stay informed by regularly visiting
MDHHS Epidemic Orders

MDHHS Epidemic Order Infographic

Department Links for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Waterford Township Public Library

Township Offices

Waterford Township administrative offices are open to the public. In the interest of the safety, health and welfare of the community and Waterford's workforce, we are still encouraging the public to conduct business using remote options as much as possible - drop boxes, phone, email, mail, fax and the Township website. Please call ahead to see if we can help you without an in-person visit. Visitors will be expected to adhere to current personal protection equipment guidelines and social distancing as posted at the buildings they are visiting. 248-674-3111

Township Public Meetings:

Please watch the live broadcast Township Board and Planning Commission meetings on local cable or streaming live online at  These meetings are also available on-demand at the following link:

Zoning Board of Appeals meetings are also available on-demand.

Public meeting schedules are posted on the Township website here:

COVID- 19 Test Sites

Henry Ford Medical Building Helix Diagnositcs Drive-Through Testing
6620 Highland Rd
Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm
Patient needs: Signed order from provider
Insurance Information

Oakland County Drive-Through Testing

COVID-19 Test Side Finder - a testing site near you

Board of Trustees Approves 60-day Extension for Water-Sewer Payments

The Waterford Township Board of Trustees approved 60 day extensions without penalty on Water-Sewer bills for March, April, May & June to help relieve some of the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic for Waterford residents and business owners.

At a regular meeting on Monday, April 27, 2020 the Waterford Township Board of Trustees unanimously approved a 60 day extension for payments of March, April, May and June 2020 Water and Sewer bills for residential and businesses customers. 

Bills issued March 1, 2020 will now be due May 30, 2020
Bills issued April 1, 2020 will now be due June 30, 2020
Bills issued May 1, 2020 will now be due July 30, 2020
Bill issued June 1, 2020 will now be due August 30, 2020

Water-Sewer bills can be viewed and paid on the Waterford Township website at:

Please direct any questions to the Department of Public Works at 248-674-2278.

Additional Resources & Information Related to COVID-19

Employment services, training, coaching - Oakland County Michigan Works

Unemployment Benefits

Anyone who needs to file for unemployment benefits may do so by visiting or calling:

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the unemployment insurance agency had created a filing schedule to help expedite the process and shorten your wait time. Please reference the graphic below.


Stay Home, Stay Safe
If you must go out into the community for any reason, please safeguard yourselves and others. If possible, wear at least a dust nose and mouth mask and gloves for protection.
Also, please remember when possible do your business with our local businesses. They are here for us and we are here for them. Stay safe, stay smart, stay protected.

Messages from Gary Wall, Waterford Township Supervisor

Thanking the Frontliners
As the number of cases of COVID-19 continue to increase here on our homefront, I would like to say "thank you" on behalf of all our community to our first responders, all of the physicians, nurses, health care workers, and all other essential workers serving our public needs. I know for a fact that many of these individuals are teaming up and working long hours away from home and their families to ensure that our safety, health and welfare is as best protected as can be.