MAY 10, 2021

6:00 PM

Based on the COVID-19 Local State of Emergency declared and confirmed as continuing by Resolution of the Board of Trustees on December 9, 2020, this meeting will be held by electronic remote access that provides 2-way telephone or video conferencing as permitted by the Open Meetings Act as amended by Public Act No. 254 of 2020, and the Electronic Remote Meeting Procedures approved by Resolution of the Board of Trustees on December 9, 2020.

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Members of the public will only be able to speak during the public comment period at the end of the meeting and such comments will be limited to three minutes per person. To provide for orderly public participation, a person wishing to speak must first state their name and request to be recognized by the Chairperson of the meeting. The Chairperson will recognize all persons wishing to speak during the public comment period. Prior to the meeting, members of the public may contact the members of the Township Board to provide input or ask questions by email or mail to the Township employee/official and at the addresses listed below. Persons with disabilities in need of accommodations to be able to participate in the meeting should provide at least 24-hour advance notice to the listed Township employee by phone, email, or mail and an attempt will be made to provide reasonable accommodations.


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Summer Ball

Registration for the Girls and Boys Summer Ball League is from January 11th – May 7th.  Late registration is from May 8th – May 14th and costs an additional $10.00.  Boys ages 5 - 9 and girls ages 5 – 17 have the opportunity to participate in baseball and softball in a variety of levels.  The summer ball league is committed to teaching the game in a fun, recreational, and instructional atmosphere.  Volunteer coaches are still needed.  If your child is interested in playing or if you want to volunteer for a coaching position, please call 248-674-5441 or register online at

Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce Support Local Expo

Don’t miss the 2021 Support Local Expo on Wednesday, May 19th from 4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at the Oakland County Farmer’s Market. The change to an outdoor venue provides 60,000 square feet of space in which to safely spread out vendors and attendees for an awesome socially distanced experience! Waterford’s businesses have weathered a challenging storm this past year. There’s no better time to support local, and the Expo is a great place to discover new businesses and reconnect with your tried-and-true favorites. 

Memorial Day Parade 2021 - Cancelled

Due to social distancing restrictions, the VFW Post 1008, in agreement with Waterford Township, has announced they will cancel Waterford’s Annual Memorial Day Parade.  The 2019 Memorial Day Parade will air on Channel 20, May 31, 2021, at 10:00 a.m.  Please take this day to remember the men and women that have sacrificed their lives for this great Nation.

Flying Fish Outdoor Art Exhibition on the Riverwalk

Show off your artistic side by participating in the Flying Fish Outdoor Art Exhibition on the Riverwalk.  Large wooden fish cut-outs are available for purchase, for $25.00, in the Library Parking Lot, between 12:00 and 4:00, any Saturday or Sunday during April, and at the Clerk's office, during regular office hours, Monday through Friday.  The Library and the Clerk’s office will accept completed fish through July 15, 2021.  The submittals will hang in the trees on the Riverwalk, and the exhibition opens on Friday, August 6, at 5:30 p.m. behind Buffalo Wild Wings. For more information, contact Sue Camilleri at 248-420-7735 or

Local Business COVID-19 Assistance Program

Waterford Township is pleased to announce the Local Business COVID-19 Assistance Program. This program utilizes funds received under the authorization of the CARES Act to provide mortgage and rent relief to small businesses within the Township up to $10,000.  As secondary requests, the Township will also consider requests up to $2,000 for inventory, supplies, furniture, software, and construction costs that would be able to further assist our local businesses to operate through this pandemic.  These are provided on a first-come, first-served basis.  For details and more information, please visit the Township website or contact Jeffrey Polkowski, Superintendent of Planning & Zoning, at 248-674-6238.

Neighborhood Preservation Corp Volunteers Needed

The Waterford Township Neighborhood Preservation Corps is seeking volunteers for the 2021 season to help with identifying and reporting basic nuisance violations and blight conditions in the Township. For more information or to volunteer, please contact the Supervisor’s office at 248-674-6201 or email

Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Waterford Township intends to form a Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT) – a group of adults who live and/or work in our community and have a passion for community service.  This group of volunteers will be trained to assist various Township departments, including Police and Fire, when our capacity to provide services may be strained due to extreme weather, natural disaster, or even planned Township events.
CERT members may be called upon to provide assistance with downed wires, traffic control, and light search and rescue to name a few.  Recruitment begins now with interviews to follow soon after. We will select participants throughout 2021 and start training in 2022.  If you are active, self-motivated, and want to serve, this is the group for you.  The CERT will work under the direction of the Waterford Township Emergency Management Coordinator.  If you are interested, please visit, then contact EMC Brendan Brosnan at 248-618-6199.

  1. CERT Volunteers.pdf

Awards & Presentations


Rotary Park Playground Collaboration


Consent Agenda

Board Members may remove items from the Consent Agenda for discussion purposes or for the purpose of voting in opposition. Public comment for items removed from the consent agenda may be received in the same manner immediately following the Consent Agenda.


April 26, 2021, Meeting Minutes

  1. M04-26-21.pdf

May 10, 2021, Bill Payment


Receive the 51st District Court's 2020 Annual Report and the 2021 - 1st Quarter Caseload and Financial Trend Analysis Repot


Receive the Department of Public Works 2020 Annual Water Quality Report


Receive the Library's March 2021 Report


Fireworks Display - Maceday


Fireworks Display - Williams Lake


Board Liaison Reports (Verbal)


New Business


Public Hearing for Waterford Township’s Community Development Block Grant Program 2021/2025 Consolidated Plan with 2021/2022 (47th) Program Year Annual Action Plan


Waterford Township’s Community Development Block Grant Program 2021/2025 Consolidated Plan with 2021/2022 (47th) Program Year Annual Action Plan


Appointment of Scott Sabo to the position of Desktop Support Analyst


Munis Utility Billing - CIS Purchase


Oakland County Marine Patrol Resolution


Total Rehabilitation of Sewer Site 33-1 Millpointe


Contract Extension for Hartwell Cement and T&M Paving


Keego Harbor Emergency Connection-Meter/PRV Facility Construction Contract Award


Block Party Permit - Rossdale


Public Comments Limited to Three (3) Minutes per Speaker

In conformance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, large-print agendas and minutes are available upon request. Barrier-free parking and access are also available at town hall.  For the hearing impaired, there are four available headsets on a first come basis.  Minutes are available upon request at the clerk's department, and on the Township’s web site.