The following is a list of services affected by the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The list will be updated as changes occur.
Township Clerk, Kim Meltzer (586-723-8051) and Deputy Clerk Kim Irvine (586-723-8052 ) are available by phone and email with questions about services offered by the Clerk’s Office (Clerk@clintontownship-mi.gov), With the closing of the building, no passports are being processed.
Treasurer Paul Gieleghem’s office will maintain limited staff for safeguarding Township funds, managing Township investments, and processing mail, online, phone and drop-box payments. Phone calls will be answered based upon staff availability, and voice mail messages will be returned in the order they are received. Call 586-286-9313. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Public Services office is closed until further notice. Minimal staff is handling incoming and outgoing bills. Messages can be left by phone, 586-286-9300 our email, email@example.com. Emergencies can be reported by calling the after hours phone number, 586-469-5502. Water & Sewer services has canceled non-essential appointments. GFL trash service continues as scheduled. Chipping service is suspending until further notice. Township parks will remand open, but playgrounds are closed. DPS staff will continue to sanitize the restrooms as often as possible.
The Building Department’s inspection staff and ordinance officers are working in a limited capacity. Inspections are limited to those essential to keep construction projects moving, and no inspections will be performed in occupied dwellings or heavily occupied commercial sites.
Assessing Department staff are available through their email. The public may call our main number 586-286-9468 and leave a message; messages will be retrieved. The best contact for Assessing is through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Mail any forms that require filing with the Assessing Department. Public records are viewable at www.clintontownship.com/assessing.
Parks and Recreation will communicate with the public through their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/myctpr, email email@example.com, and by phone 586-286-9336.
The Senior Center office will monitor phone messages and return calls as needed with limited staff. Voice mail messages will be returned in the order they are received. Call 586-286-9333, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For updates, Senior Center members are encouraged to call 586-723-8127 or visit the Senior Center Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Clinton-Township-Senior-Adult-Life-Center.
The Planning and Community Development Department office will maintain limited staff to handle calls and process mail, online inquiries, and FOIA requests. Staff working from home will be available during regular business hours via their email. All in-home inspections conducted by the Community Development staff related to CDBG and HUD-funded programs are suspended until further notice. The office phone number is 586-286-9325. Email is email@example.com.
Civil Service employment applications should be printed, filled out, and returned via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Current job postings and the employment application are available at www.clintontownship/employment. Employment testing is postponed until further notice.
To contact the Clinton Township Trustee’s Office, call 586-286-9366, or email S.email@example.com.
The Clinton Township Fire Department’s Prevention Division will only inspect new construction and projects currently in development. Steps have been taken to limit public access to CTFD buildings.
A fluid interactive map of community resources has been developed for residents to find access to resources near them.
Please find a map of Clinton Township Community Resources by clicking here
From Robert Cannon, Supervisor,
The dynamic and rapid events surrounding the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus has led the Township to take a course of action with the health and safety of our residents in mind.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Michigan Dept. of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), the best way to prevent illnesses is to avoid close contact with people who are sick and to put distance between yourself and other people if COVID-19 is spreading in your community. At this point, there are no reported or confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Clinton Township, but we are taking the following steps as a precaution.
As other services are affected by the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, this list will be updated.
Press Release Statement
The Clerk’s Office is suspending passport processing until April 1, and will reevaluate a startup date at that time.
Each year, when I look at my calendar, I draw a big circle around the date of an annual event that several thousand Macomb County seniors and I love to attend. It’s the Senior Wellness and Retirement Expo, Macomb County’s premier health care event. The Expo is scheduled to take place on Friday, April 3rd, but in order to maintain a safe environment and protect our most vulnerable population from the potential spread of the coronavirus, we have canceled the Senior Expo for this year. The safety of our residents is a top priority, and we are closely monitoring the coronavirus and are taking action based on guidance from public health experts. This is a precautionary and proactive measure to help slow any transmission of the coronavirus among our senior residents. I am confident the Expo will be back in 2021.
It is with the most sincere regret that the Clinton Township Police Honor Guard must make the following announcement:
Having considered all current factors associated with the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, the Clinton Township Police Honor Guard must postpone the March 24, 2020 spaghetti dinner held at the Mirage Banquet Center with hope to move it to another date. Recommendations have been made to postpone large gatherings. Our goal is to ensure the safety and security of our citizens and guests at all times to include continued health.
For 24 years, the Clinton Township Police Honor Guard has been able to enjoy the charitable donations from our many partners within the community equally with our guests in large numbers. Along with the rest of the world, we anxiously await a successful resolution to the COVID-19 outbreak. Pending that resolution, we must postpone the spaghetti dinner. Any tickets that were already purchased will be accepted at the reset date. We apologize if the postponement arrives with any amount of frustration as we, too, share your feelings. However, we look forward to holding our event as soon as possible.
If there are any additional questions or concerns, please contact Sergeant Anthony Coppola,
This Department hereby gives notice of the cancellation of the Clinton Township Planning Commission meeting scheduled for THURSDAY, MARCH 12TH, 2020 for lack of agenda items.
The next scheduled Planning Commission meeting is Thursday, March 26th, 2020. Advisement of this cancellation is made to the Clinton Township Clerk by a copy of this letter to assure timely posting of the required notice.