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Coronavirus Updates, Disaster Relief and Addt'l Information

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Flint Township Board of Trustees Meeting - Monday June 1, 2020 at 6:00 PM Via Zoom

FLINT TOWNSHIP EDC SMALL BUSINESS GRANT OPPORTUNITY - Now closed to new applicants

Click Here for a Video Update From Supervisor Karyn Miller, Police Chief Kevin Salter, Fire Chief Tom Stadler and Economic Enhancement Director Tracey Tucker(05/11/20)

Flint Township Administration Building is Closed to the Public until JUNE 15, 2020, in compliance with the Governor's Executive Order declared due to the Coronavirus epidemic.
To maintain compliance with State and Federal mandates this date may change.


Please call the office with any questions or concerns.

Limited staff will be answering messages - Call 810-732-1350 - leave a message and it will be returned. Thank You.

 

Adopt a Hydrant

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Is the a fire hydrant(s) close to your home or your neighbor's home? Firefighters need your help.

Neighborhood Adopt-a-Hydrant

In the event of a fire, finding the fire hydrant closest to your home is critical for firefighters. We are encouraging neighborhoods to adopt a fire hydrant(s) near their homes. This will ensure hydrants are visible and accessible, which will greatly speed the response time getting the water needed for the emergency. Adopting a fire hydrant can be made simple and can can be a part of your summer and winter activities (mowing, gardening, tree trimming, snow removal). Donating a little part of your time will hellp ensure your neighborhood is a little bit safer in the event of a fire.

Adopt-a-Hydrant Activities

summer hydrantSummer

  • Mow and trim grass/weeds around regularly (clear a 3-foot circle).
  • Keep vegetation and trees around cut back regularly (clear a 3-foot circle).
  • Paint safety yellow only (contact us for paint if needed). 

winter hydrantWinter

  • Shovel or snow blow snow around (as needed).

If you believe there is an issue with a fire hydrant call:
Flint Township Fire Department 810-732-4413