|Job Opening- Ordinance Enforcement Officer|
Dexter Township has an opening for an Ordinance Enforcement Officer. This part-time position, under the supervision of the Director of Planning and Zoning, requires office and field work and good computer and interpersonal skills.
Candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of code enforcement, site inspection, and record keeping. The incumbent is expected to learn and apply Township Ordinances, interpret ordinances for members of the public, compile technical information, and review zoning permit applications.
Dexter Township, located in Washtenaw County between the Cities of Dexter and Chelsea, provides rural living, lake living, and suburban living for more than 6,000 residents, just minutes northwest of Ann Arbor. The Township has active agriculture and has encouraged open space communities that preserve natural areas. It is home to the Hudson Mills Metropark, the Pinckney State Recreation Area, the Chelsea State Game Area, the Washtenaw County West Lake Nature Preserve, several full-sport lakes, the Huron River, and the University of Michigan’s Peach Mountain Observatory.
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Materials should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to Dexter Township c/o Director of Planning and Zoning, 6880 Dexter-Pinckney, Dexter, MI 48130.
Initial review of applications will begin on September 6, 2006.
|Environmental Clean-Up Days|
The Washtenaw County Water
Resources Commissioner’s Office and community partners will be sponsoring three
Environmental Clean-Up Days for Washtenaw County residents this year. The
Clean-Up Days will take place:
Saturday, June 11, 2016, from 9:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m. at the Northfield Township Hall, located at 8350 Main Street in
Whitmore Lake. A flyer is attached to assist in promoting this event.
Saturday, October 1, 2016, from 9:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m. at the Saline Department of Public Works, located at 1234 Tefft
Court in Saline.
Saturday, October 15, 2016, from 9:00
a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Eastern Michigan University, in the parking lot across the
street from Rynearson Stadium, located at 799 N. Hewitt in Ypsilanti.
These events provide an opportunity
for residents to dispose of many unwanted household items in a safe and
sustainable manner. Numerous household materials can be brought to these
Traditional recyclable materials (plastics,
glass, aluminum, cardboard, paper)
Appliances (washers, dryers, air conditioners,
Household hazardous materials (cleaning
supplies, motor oil, pesticides, mercury, paint, etc.)
Electronic equipment (computers, televisions,
Sharps (diabetic needles, etc.)
The events are free, but there is a
suggested $10 donation per car to help decrease disposal costs and to help
maintain this community collection. Residents may bring up to four tires for
free; a $5 donation is suggested for each additional tire. Residents can also
bring one television, appliance or computer, but a $10 donation is suggested
for each additional item.
This is a service for Washtenaw
County residents only, funded and coordinated by the Washtenaw County Solid
Waste Division of the Water Resources Commissioner’s Office, Washtenaw County
Public Health, Northfield Township, Superior Township, the City of Saline, the
City of Ann Arbor and Eastern Michigan University. All Washtenaw County
residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. This collection is intended for
residential use only – please, no businesses.
For more information, please
If you have additional questions or
would like to become a sponsor for an upcoming clean up day, please contact me
The Planning and Zoning Department has begun an extensive review of old files.
We have discovered many zoning permits that the applicants never contacted the Township for inspections, which are necessary in order to issue a final certificate of zoning compliance. We will be proactively conducting site inspections to determine if work has been completed and document the improvements. If work has not begun and the zoning permit has expired, letters will be sent to the property owners, letting them know of the expiration.
We will also be revisiting properties that have had documented violations of the Zoning Ordinance or the Anti-Blight Ordinance that have not been resolved.
Staff wears a bright yellow vest that says "Dexter Township" across the back.
Staff does not generally knock on doors to introduce themselves when conducting an inspection, but feel free to stop them if you have any questions.
Please contact us during business hours if you have any questions.