The Assessor's office maintains records for each parcel of land in the Township. Information is provided to residents and the business community regarding the property description, value, and homestead exemption status.
The Clerk's Office handles administrative duties such as record keeping, staffing, service counters, screening solicitors, and more.
The Communications Department handles the Township website, social media and press releases.
Discover more information about Block Grant Programs, CARES Act Funding, the Housing Rehabilitation Program, SNAP Program, and much more.
This is the landing page for Redford's Economic Development department.
The Finance Department is responsible for managing the township's financial resources by working with all department directors. The Finance Director oversees the daily operations of accounting, accounts payable and receivable, and payroll, including the supervision of their respective information systems.
The Fire Department works to save lives and protect property through prevention, preparedness, education, and response.
Discover more information about the Leisure Services Department and how you can participate in upcoming events, classes, facilities, and much more.
The Personnel Department provides administrative and technical support services to assist in the management of the Township's workforce.
The Police Department and its officers work hard to serve and protect the community. Here you can find helpful information about their initiatives, divisions, and more.
The Public Services Department is responsible for the coordination and supervision of the Township Water & Sewer Department, the Building & Safety Engineering Department, and the Central Maintenance Department.
The Township Superintendent, appointed by the seven-member Board of Trustees, is responsible for the day-to-day management of the various operating departments of the Township, with the exception of the Clerk and Treasurer's offices.
The Treasury Department manages funds throughout the municipality. The Treasurer is also a member of the Police and Fire Retirement System Board. This board manages the Police and Fire Pension Fund with the assistance of outside professional actuarial and financial consultants. It is managed in accordance with sound actuarially-determined standards.