2014 Shelby Township Veterans Day 5K & Celebration

Celebrate Veterans Day at the second annual Veteran’s Day Homecoming Celebration and Veterans Memorial 5K fundraiser Nov. 2. This event celebrates the men and women who served our nation and were blessed enough to make it back home to their families and friends while raising funds for maintenance on the Memorial honoring their fellow soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Register for the Shelby Township Veterans Memorial 5K at
Click to download a Shelby Township Veterans Memorial 5K entry form
Click to view a flyer for the 2014 Shelby Township Veterans Day Celebration

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Shelby Township 2014 Road Projects --24 MILE ROAD UPDATE--

The project to install a 42-inch diameter water main under 24 Mile Road from Dequindre to Romeo Plank roads with a full reconstruction of both lanes of traffic has begun in Shelby and Macomb Townships.

Specifics for the project will be discussed in detail by residents and representatives from the constru
ction contractor, the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department, the Township Engineer and the Macomb County Department of Roads at a Town Hall at 7 p.m. Oct. 9 in Township Hall at 52700 Van Dyke Ave.

Portions of 24 Mile Road between Van Dyke Avenue and Mound Road will be closed starting Oct. 13 and run intermittently until Oct. 31. Because of delays incurred by crews in Macomb Township the plans to start Shelby Township construction Oct. 6 have been pushed to Oct. 13.


Shelby Township 2014 road projects summary
Sept. 25 MCDR Construction update

Township Supervisor Rick Stathakis updates residents on oil/gas policies
Shelby Township Supervisor Rick Stathakis provided an update to all residents in the area surrounding the oil/gas exploration project near 25 Mile and Dequindre roads Sept. 24. The update included progress on rezoning a parcel near 26 Mile and Mound roads.

Click to view the Sept. 24 letter to residents
U.S. President declares flood disaster in Macomb County
The federal government has issued a major disaster declaration regarding the Aug. 11, 2014 flooding that took place across metro Detroit. Coordinated through Macomb County Emergency Management & Communications, local residents and businesses can seek assistance from FEMA and start submitting claims Sept. 26.

Click here to view the FEMA guidelines for submitting claims under the major disaster declaration or continue reading for advisement from Macomb County Emergency Management & Communications Director Vicki Wolber. Read More...