The City of Northville is not under a boil water advisory and
the water continues to be safe to drink. The Great Lakes Water
Authority (GLWA) completed repairs on Thursday afternoon, Feb.
22, to the supply line that feeds into the City of Northville’s
water main. GLWA will chlorinate and test the supply line before
putting it back in service.
Throughout the repair process, which began late Wednesday, Feb. 21, the City of Northville was able to maintain full water pressure so the water supply was not at risk. During that time, as a precautionary measure, a boil water advisory was imposed at 11:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 and lifted at 1 p.m. on Feb. 22. Northville Township residents and businesses were not impacted by the repair.
Any further updates will be posted on the City’s website, Facebook and twitter accounts. If City of Northville residents or business owners have questions, please contact City of Northville at 248-349-1300 during office hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. After hours, there will be a special recorded line at that same number with any important updates.
Updated: Feb 23, 2018, 1 p.m.
The City Assessor will mail the annual notices of real and
personal property assessments to property owners/taxpayers by
the end of February. The assessment notice will state the
“assessed value” and the tentative “state equalized value” (SEV)
for both this year and the prior year. Those values should not
exceed 50% of market value. Carefully review the notice.
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