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Statistical Information

Community Statistics
2010 Census Information:  www.semcog.org/Data/Apps/comprof/profile.cfm?cpid=1150

Population
48,362 (per 2010 Census)

Area
11.3 Square Miles

2017 SEV (State Equalization Value)
$937,291,491

Township Government
Supervisor, Clerk, Treasurer and 4 Trustees elected at large. Township Board meetings are the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at Redford Town Hall, 15145 Beech Daly Road, Redford, Michigan 48239. Redford has 25 voting precincts with 36,000 registered voters.

Community Organizations
Redford Township has over 50 organizations

Churches
Redford Township has over 30 churches

Community Development Department
Community Development Bock Grant (CDBG) funds provided by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), are allocated to Redford Township annually and used to fund projects such as Housing Rehabilitation, Dial-A-Ride, Senior Citizen Programming, Youth Services and Park Improvements, etc.  In addition, our local neighborhood revitalization initiative, Stabilizing Neighborhoods Action Plan (SNAP) Program, is designed to redevelop, rehabilitate or demolish properties in residential neighborhoods throughout Redford Township.  Qualified home buyer applicants may receive financial assistance toward the purchase of a newly rehabilitated home.  

Michael Dennis, Director
Community Development Department | Charter Township of Redford
12121 Hemingway, Redford, MI 48239
313-387-2785 Office | 313-387-2776 Fax
mdennis@redfordtwp.com

 

Department of Public Services
This department is responsible for the coordination and general supervision of the Township Departments of Water & Sewer, Sanitation, Public Works, Central Maintenance and Building and Safety Engineering. The Department enforces compliance with statutes, ordinances, codes and resolution adopted by the Township Board. In addition, the Department coordinates special projects as designated by the Township Board and provides auxiliary services to the Site Committee, Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals.

Recreation
18 hole public golf course (Glenhurst Golf Course), 4 Community Parks, 5 Neighborhood Parks, 3 Mini-Parks, 1 ice Arena and 1 Community Center.  Amenities include: 1 newly built bathroom and concession are, 1 renovated bathroom facility, 3 lighted adult softball diamonds, 2 unlighted softball diamonds and 1 lights baseball diamond.  7 Little League diamonds, 2 sand volleyball courts, 3 soccer fields, 3 picnic shelters, 8 lighted tennis courts, 1 unlighted tennis court, 3 fitness/jogging/rollerblading trails, 3 enclosed rollerhockey/rollerblading areas, 2 Community gardens, 1 Nature garden, 1 skatepark, 1 splashpad.  New additions will include 1 multi-sports complex with tennis, basketball and skate park.  Facilities, equipment and programs meet ADA accessible guidelines and continually upgrading all facilities to ensure this.

Schools
There are 3 school districts in Redford Township. Clarenceville School District encompasses several blocks in the northwest corner of Redford Township and none of their schools are within the township boundaries. Redford Union School District No.1 has 1 pre-school program, 3 elementary schools, 1 elementary day-treatment program, 1 middle school, 1 high school and an alternative education program. Total enrollment is 3,193. South Redford School District has an early education childhood center, 4 elementary schools, 1 middle school and 1 high school. Total enrollment is 3,390. There are also 7 private schools.

Streets
Roads and alleyways are under the maintenance of Wayne Country Department of Public Services; Road Division. Report roads hazards at 1-888-ROAD CREW.

Transportation
Dial-A-Ride has four new buses and 1 van in 2016 operating within Redford Township, Monday through Friday 8:30am-4:30pm.  reservations are required a minimum of 48 hours in advance by calling 313-387-2784.  SMART also has bus service routes along Beech Daly Road and Telegraph through Redford Township.