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Utilities: 800-881-4109

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Community Links

We have assembled this collection of links to third-party community and government resources that we feel are of interest or benefit to Township residents. Clicking on any of these links will take you away from the Genoa Charter Township website.

K-12 Schools

Universities and Colleges

Cleary University Cleary University
Cleary University was founded in 1883 on the simple belief that a business school should prepare students to exceed the expectations of their employers. We?ve been nationally recognized as a leader in business education, and as highly responsive to the needs of working adults and their employers.

Libraries

Cromaine Library Cromaine Library
Hartland Area library
Howell Carnegie Library Howell Carnegie Library
The Howell Library is located at 314 W. Grand River in Howell. The library also offers a convenient pick-up service on the Parker High School campus, located at 400 Wright Road.

Neighborhood and Lake Associations

Livingston County

Livingston County Government Livingston County Government
Website for the Livingston County Government.
Livingston Area Council Against Spouse Abuse (LACASA) Livingston Area Council Against Spouse Abuse (LACASA)
LACASA provides a wide range of programs and services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. LACASA offers free and confidential comprehensive services and is funded through federal, state and local foundation grants along with private contributions. LACASA 24- Hour Toll-Free Crisis Line 866- 522-2725
Livingston County Promotional Video Livingston County Promotional Video
This six chapter video tour of Livingston County promotes townships, cities and villages in the County.
Livingston County Health Department - Public Health Livingston County Health Department - Public Health
Learn about the county effort to improve community health and the services offered. Chicken Pox, E-coli, rabies, bacterial meningitis, etc are among many informational descriptions included in this site.
Livingston County Land Conservancy Livingston County Land Conservancy
This program assists local communities utilizing groundwater for their municipal drinking water supply systems in protecting their water source. A Wellhead Protection Plan (WHPP) minimizes the potential for contamination by identifying and protecting the
Livingston County Drain Commission (LCDC) Livingston County Drain Commission (LCDC)
The Drain Commission provides for the careful management of the waters and drainage infrastructure of Livingston County. This link provides information on water resources management such as storm water drainage, lake management, hazardous waste disposal,
Livingston County Health Department - Environmental Health Livingston County Health Department - Environmental Health
This link provides information on the proper operation and maintenance of on-site septic disposal systems (septic fields).
Livingston County Road Commission Livingston County Road Commission
The L.C.R.C. site includes a listing of all roads within the county by municipality as well as general information and questions often raised by residents concerning roads. Permits may be applied for on-line.

Chamber of Commerce

Brighton Chamber of Commerce Brighton Chamber of Commerce
A comprehensive site with community information, business listings and links to other resources such as the local newspaper, radio station, job listings and more.
Howell Chamber of Commerce Howell Chamber of Commerce
A comprehensive site with community information, business listings and links to other resources such as the local newspaper, radio station, job listings and more.

Parks and Recreation

Brighton Center for the Performing Arts Brighton Center for the Performing Arts
The Brighton Center for Performing Arts hosts a wide variety of events including business seminars, lectures, symphony performances, theater, dance, comedy, commencement exercises and Broadway-caliber shows.
Howell Parks and Recreation Howell Parks and Recreation
The Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority is ready to serve you and your family with a seasonal lineup of leisure time opportunities
BARC (Brighton Area Recreation Connection) BARC (Brighton Area Recreation Connection)
The Brighton Community Education After School Sports is a year-round, school-based sports program. We provide programs that encourage good sportsmanship, teamwork, and mutual respect in order to build a strong community within the Brighton School District. We promote life skills development by providing a safe place for youth to engage in physical activity that develops their talents and self-esteem. Practice days and games will vary between Monday – Thursday from 4pm – 6pm at the school the child attends. Depending on league size some games may be played on Saturday morning – location TBD.

Community Resources

Livingston County - Michigan Works Livingston County - Michigan Works
Michigan Works! Livingston Service Center offers a full range of employment-related services to help employers find skilled workers and to help job seekers find satisfying careers.
Sparks - Job Seeker Resources Sparks - Job Seeker Resources
The team at Ann Arbor SPARK focuses on developing, cultivating, and supporting the greatest asset in the Ann Arbor region ? highly skilled talent for area businesses. SPARK has many tools and resources available to help you find your next career opportunity.
Sparks - Job Portal Search Sparks - Job Portal Search
The SPARK Job Posting system targets high-value, knowledge-based and Michigan-based positions. Positions range from entry-level to executive employment in the areas of engineering, information technology (IT), healthcare, life science, early start-ups, sales, marketing, and more
Pure Michigan Talent Connect Pure Michigan Talent Connect
The Pure Michigan Talent Connect is an online marketplace connecting Michigan?s job seekers and employers, and serves as a central hub linking all public and private stakeholders who support Michigan?s workforce. Pure Michigan Talent Connect serves as the state?s labor exchange system

Local Government Resources

Michigan Townships Association Michigan Townships Association
The Michigan Townships Association is a non-profit organization formed in 1953 to provide a unified voice for Michigan's township governments.
Brighton Area Fire Authority Brighton Area Fire Authority
The Brighton Area Fire Department is dedicated to the protection of life and property through safe work practices and policies, training and continuous improvement as set forth by management and administered in a professional and courteous manner through
Huron River Watershed Council - Adopt-a-Stream Program Huron River Watershed Council - Adopt-a-Stream Program
The Adopt-A-Stream Program provides an opportunity for residents to learn about the river by experiencing it. Volunteers assess habitat, water quality, and aquatic life in the Huron River and its tributaries as part of an ongoing scientific study.
Southeast Michigan Council of Governments Southeast Michigan Council of Governments
SEMCOG is a regional planning partnership, accountable to member local governments in Southeast Michigan. Its primary missions are 1) planning on issues that extend beyond individual government boundaries and 2) intergovernmental relations in cooperation
Related Documents

Related Documents

Tenants and Landlords Guide Tenants and Landlords Guide
Guide provided by the State of Michigan to familiarize landlords and tenants about their rights and responsibilities.