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Posted on: February 12, 2019

Pittsfield Township is Pleased to Announce the Opening of its First Community Garden at Prairie Park

Pittsfield Township launches its first Community Garden at Prairie Park
Pittsfield Township, MI (February 12, 2019): “Supporting local agriculture and access to local foods is an integral piece of Pittsfield Township’s 2020 Sustainable...Read on... Community Garden Press Release
Posted on: January 29, 2019

Winter Warming Centers for those Experiencing Homelessness

Washtenaw County is providing safe, warm spaces for individuals experiencing homelessness during severe winter weather. Jointly funded by the City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County and the Shelter Association of Washtenaw County, the 2018/2019 winte...Read on...

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Posted on: January 7, 2019

Help prevent stormwater pollution this winter!

In Michigan, winter means snow & layers of slippery ice to remove from sidewalks and driveways. The chemicals in the de-icers dissolve and flow directly to a lake or stream. Tips to minimize this impact: Remove snow & ice first. When using de-icer...Read on...
Posted on: January 7, 2019

The Winter 2019 Parks & Rec Brochure is Here!

The winter 2019 Parks & Recreation brochure is available online and at the Township offices! Grab a copy to learn about our many new programs and classes for all ages, as well as returning favorites. Registration is open! Click links throughout the b...Read on... View the Winter 2019 Brochure
Posted on: January 2, 2019

Upcoming DTE Tree Trimming Activity in Pittsfield Township

Trees are the leading cause of power outages and can pose a serious public safety hazard if they grow too near or into power lines. DTE Energy will be preforming tree trimming in 2019 to help improve electric reliability in our community. As part of this ...Read on...

2019 DTE Tree-Trim Maintenance Map
Posted on: January 7, 2019

The Washtenaw Conservation District’s 2019 Tree, Shrubs, & Native Plants Sale is Now Open

The Washtenaw Conservation District’s (WCCD) 2019 Tree, Shrubs, and Native Plants Sale is now open, with orders being taken now for pick-up in the spring. Trees and plants are intended for conservation uses: reforestation, soil erosion control...Read on... Additional Info...

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