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Problems viewing Shelby TV Channel 5
Some Shelby Township Comcast cable customers may be experiencing problems viewing Shelby TV Channel 5. Comcast technicians are looking into solving the problems and believe it may be with cable boxes located in customers’ homes. For more information contact the Shelby Township Cable TV Department at 586-254-7130 or the Shelby Township Supervisor’s Office at 586-731-5154
2017 Shelby Township Community Visioning Exercise at 7 p.m., Oct. 24

The Charter Township of Shelby Board of Trustees will hold the 2017 Community Visioning Exercise on Monday, October 24, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.

The meeting will help the Board formulate the township's top 10 priorities for 2017. It will be held at the Shelby Township Municipal Building, 52700 Van Dyke Ave. in the Lower Level Conference Room.

2017 Shelby Township Community Visioning Exercise

I Voted Absentee
Absentee Ballot Request Process
The Shelby Township Clerk's Office will begin sending absentee ballots Oct. 7. Voters have the option to vote by absentee ballot prior to Election Day. Applications absentee ballots can be downloaded here.

Once the application is complete, return it to the Shelby Township Clerk's Office at 52700 Van Dye Ave., Shelby Township, MI 48316. 

For more information contact that Shelby Township Clerk's Office at 586-731-5102 or email Deputy Clerk Brian Fairbrother at

Stanley Grot
Township Clerk

Dequindre, West Utica roads detour to begin Sept. 9
The Road Commission for Oakland County is overseeing a project to reconstruct Dequindre Road between Burningbush Road and West Utica Road.

The project includes storm drainage and widening of portions of the road resulting in a five-lane concrete reconstruction the length of the entire project.

The project is managed by the RCOC with coordination from the Macomb County Department of Roads, Rochester Hills, Shelby Township, Sterling Heights and Troy. Construction is expected to be completed by fall of 2016 with some restoration work to be completed in 2017. The total cost of the project is $7.7 million, which is offset with $6.2 million in federal funding.

Early plans call for the road to be constructed in two main stages. In the first stage, crews will construct the east side of Dequindre Road and the south side of South Blvd.

The second stage will see construction on the west side of Dequindre Road and the north side of South Blvd. Dequindre Road will be open to traffic for the entirety of the project as three lanes -- one lane in each direction and a center left turn lane -- will be maintained throughout the project.

Along with the reconstruction and widening, a redesign of the intersection Dequindre and West Utica roads is planned as Meliville Road in Rochester Hills will be aligned with West Utica Road with a new traffic signal installed at that location.

Because it lies on a county border, Dequindre Road is maintained by the MCDR between 8 Mile to 14 Mile roads and 26 Mile and Bordman roads. The RCOC manages Dequindre Road between 14 Mile to 26 Mile roads.

For more information, contact the RCOC at 877-858-4804 or visit