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Consumers Energy has announced an Informational Open House Event from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Jan. 29 at Shelby Gardens Banquet Center at 50265 Van Dyke Ave. in Shelby Township to discuss the South Oakland Macomb Network (SOMN) project in Oakland and Macomb counties. Read More...
As part of a new agreement between the Shelby Township Solid Waste and Recycling Committee (SWRC), GFL Services and American Recycling, the popular Electronics Recycling event is free of charge to residents of Shelby Township.
Unfortunately, because of increases in costs to recycle electronics, the program has been reduced to two collections per year, April 27, 2019 and Oct. 26, 2019. Also new this year is that the program is open ONLY to Shelby Township residents.
Collections will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at River Bends Park at 5700 22 Mile Road. There is no cost for Shelby Township residents
Keep prescription medicine away from our children and out of our water supply by using the drug disposal drop box in the main lobby of the Shelby Township Police Station at 52530 Van Dyke Avenue (south of 24 Mile Road). Drop-off is available 24 hours a day. For more information, call the Police Department at 586-731-2121.Read More...
Beginning the first week of April, Simple Recycling will be transitioning from green bags to orange bags making the bags and items more distinguishable from the regular trash and recycling placed on the curb. Shelby residents can expect to receive an orange postcard and two (2) orange Simple Recycling bags in the mail the last week of March. During the transition, Simple Recycling will still pick up the green bags if they are left out and will leave additional orange Simple Recycling bags for future use.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Michigan Barrier Free Code, the Township has adopted a new sidewalk maintenance program to ensure that the sidewalks meet the state and federal guidelines. Click here for more information.
Shelby Township Sidewalk Maintenance Program brochure
The Michigan Public Service Commission, which is the state agency that presides over utilities and has the jurisdiction to regulate utility practices, released a report May 15, 2013 asking for a "smart meter" opt-out program as well as its rulings on any/all safety hazards associated with the meters. Click the link below to view the report:
You can contact the MPSC at 800-292-9555 for more information on the meters and the commission’s rulings on the meters and opt-out program,