Shelby Township Police Department Command promotions

Shelby Township Police Chief Robert Shelide formally swore Deputy Chief Mark Coil, Lieutenant Jeff Daniel and Sergaent Lawrence Rice into their new Shelby Township Police Department ranks at an April 27 ceremony in Shelby Township Hall.

Shelby Township Police Chief Robert Shelide addresses the crowd during the swearing-in ceremony.
Shelby Township Police Chief Robert Shelide addresses the crowd during the swearing-in ceremony.
Shelby Township Police Lieutenant Jeff Daniel receives his new badge from his daughters after taking the oath for his new rank April 27.
Shelby Township Police Lieutenant Jeff Daniel receives his new badge from his daughters after taking the oath for his new rank April 27.
Shelby Township Clerk Stan Grot administers the oath to the Shelby Township Police Department's newest sergeant, Lawrence Rice.
Shelby Township Clerk Stan Grot administers the oath to the Shelby Township Police Department’s newest sergeant, Lawrence Rice.
Shelby Township Supervisor Rick Stathakis addresses the gathered crowd of friends, family and supporters prior to the swearing-in ceremony for the newest members of the Shelby Township Police Department's command officer ranks April 27.
Shelby Township Supervisor Rick Stathakis addresses the gathered crowd of friends, family and supporters prior to the swearing-in ceremony for the newest members of the Shelby Township Police Department’s command officer ranks April 27.
Shelby Township Deputy Police Chief Mark Coil makes the historic move of signing his name to his oath. With his swearing in, Coil formally became his department's first deputy chief.
Shelby Township Deputy Police Chief Mark Coil makes the historic move of signing his name to his oath. With his swearing in, Coil formally became his department’s first deputy chief.
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Help out with the 2015 Shelby Township spring clean-up

Help the Charter Township of Shelby spruce up for summer with its various spring cleaning events April 25.

The Solid Waste and Recycling Committee and the Department of Public Works are hosting Hosuehold Hazardous Waste Collection with Rizzo Environmental Services for all Shelby Township single-family residential Rizzo Environmental Services customers. The SWRC is also hosting its regular, monthly Electronics Recycling Collection with Vintage Tech Recyclers. Both events will take place at shelby Township Hall at 52700 Van Dyke Ave.

The Beautification Committee is hosting its annual Clean-up Day Event with check-in at 8:30 a.m. at the Shelby Township Community Center at 51670 Van Dyke Ave.

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DWSD Repairs 96-inch Water Main on Campground Road; residents are advised to boil water during the repair

11053077_673035362822134_2630307824968323317_oThe Detroit Water and Sewerage Department will repair an air valve on their 96-inch water main between 27 and 28 Mile Roads on Campground Road in Washington Township.

The repair is scheduled to start on Sunday, April 5, 2015, at 10 p.m.  The affected area extends approximately 14 miles (on a 30 mile main) and will impact the communities of Shelby Township, Washington Township and The Village of Romeo Industrial Park.

Residents in those areas will notice a decrease in water pressure. However, as a precautionary measure, DWSD recommends a boil-water advisory until the repairs are completed.  The repair should not exceed 24 hours.

Crews are working on the Easter weekend in order to minimize the impact on traffic and their customers due to spring break.  Please drive slowly and pay attention to traffic control devices in that area.

Residents can keep apprised of this and other project updates at DWSD.org or via DWSD social media.  https://www.facebook.com/DWSDDetroit or Twitter:  @Detroitwaterdep

Residents that live in the affected communities (Shelby Township, Washington Township and The Village of Romeo Industrial Park) can also check their local websites and social media.

Shelby Township

Residents can text their zip codes or text SHELBY to 888777 to receive updates directly to their cell phones.

Residents can visit http://www.shelbytwp.org/grow_with_shelby/register_hoa.html to sign up for email notifications.

Residents can visit https://Shelbytwp.org to view up-to-date postings on the website.

Residents can follow Shelby Township on social media at https://www.facebook.com/CharterTownshipOfShelby and https://Twitter.com/TheShelbyTwp

Washington Township

http://www.washingtontownship.org/