Coronavirus/Town Hall Information

Latest News From the Supervisor, Steven Kaplan
Dear Residents of West Bloomfield:
Township officials have been meeting on a frequent basis concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19), and the effect of the virus on our residents, employees, business owners, visitors to town hall, and healthcare facilities.  We assess frequently the threat this virus poses. The township's crisis team is led by Fire Chief Greg Flynn, and includes Police Chief Mike Patton, elected township officials, and several department heads.

Effective June 3,  2020, the town hall building was reopened to the public. The Township has installed plexiglass windows at the various department counters, hand sanitizing stations, tape to indicate 6-foot separation marks, and we have face masks available to anyone visiting that does not have their own.  If you cannot medically tolerate a face mask, we have face shields available.  The staff members are tested twice per day for their temperature and  questionnaires are completed daily, regarding travel history, COVID-19 contact, any symptoms, etc.
If you own a small business in the township, we have reopen kits from Oakland County Health Department.  We have about 45 of them left, and they are first come, first serve.

Township board meetings, and other Boards and Commissions meetings,  will meet virtually (via a ZOOM link) until further notice.  Public comment will be available to be made by calling the number listed on the Meetings/Agendas tab. All township meetings are televised and can be viewed at Civic Center TV's website. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact my office directly at 248-409-1581.

With warm regards,
Steven Kaplan