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Shelby Township Police conducts needs analysis study

The Shelby Township Police Department is currently conducting a needs analysis study in order to improve operations.

The department is looking for interested individuals who would like to participate in a survey as part of this study. The study focuses on experiences with the police department (and others), and what suggestions the public would like to make in regards to improving police service delivery.

If you would like more information in this process please contact Lt. Scott Trumbo at strumbo@shelbytwp.org.

Click here to participate in the survey

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Shelby Township Veterans Memorial 5K
A benefit for the Shelby Township Veterans Memorial, this race course is held exclusively at the Township Hall/Mae Stecker Park. Online registration available for $20 until Friday, Nov. 6.

Packet Pickup/Late Registration available at Hanson's Running Shop Utica location at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 7 until 6 p.m. Race entry goes up to $25 Nov. 7 and 8. Day of registration/packet pickup starts at 10 a.m. and the race starts at noon.

Click here to register online
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DPW releases 2015 edition of The Pipeline
The Shelby Township Department of Public Works is pleased to announce the 2015 Issue of "The Pipeline".  Presented to you by DPW Director Dave Miller on behalf of the DPW, "The Pipeline" is the Township's Annual Report regarding the safety and quality of your municipal drinking water. 
 
To view the 2015 issue click on the following link: The Pipeline
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Shelby Township 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 is ongoing in Shelby and Macomb townships.

 

Per the Macomb County Department of Roads, 24 Mile Road is closed to all through traffic from Seven Oaks Street to Brookfield Street. Residents and motorists on Brookfield Street must head eastbound on 24 Mile Road toward Shelby Road. Left turns from Brookfield onto 24 Mile Road are prohibited. Residents and motorists on Seven Oaks Street must head west on 24 Mile Road toward Dequindre Road. Right turns from Seven Oaks onto 24 Mile Road are prohibited. The closure started July 22 and will run indefinitely.

Through traffic on 24 Mile Road is closed from Scenic Street from Tundra Street Aug. 26. The road is scheduled to reopen at 2 p.m. Aug. 28.


The westbound lane of 24 Mile Road remains closed between Hayes and Romeo Plank roads and Mound Road and Van Dyke Ave. The eastbound lane will remain open. Detours will be posted and will be in effect until further notice.

An indefinite closure still has both lanes closed between Brentwood Street and Jewell Road. Local traffic will be permitted between Van Dyke Ave. and Brentwood, but motorists will be forced to turn around prior to the closure at the Van Dyke Expressway (M-53) overpass.

Ric-Man Construction issued a chart outlining all planned phases of the project as it relates to the phases' tentative start and end dates. That chart can be found  here

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