Category Archives: Safety and Security

Medicare expands Tele-medicine to Keep Senior Safe

We want every one of our Woodchucks to be safe.  Therefore, we are passing along this information so that you know there is an option other than going to the Doctor.  Remember, the Health department is suggesting that we do not go to your Doctors office or the hospital without calling first and discussing your… Read More »

Check those smoke detectors

Daylight Saving’s Time is Here – Test Your Smoke Detectors, Change Your Batteries Daylight Savings Time arrived today, and in addition to making sure to “spring ahead” and set your clocks one hour forward, it is a perfect time to check your smoke detectors to make sure they are in working order. Most newer smoke… Read More »

Crime Alert

The following was posted on Crime Mapping.  To sign up for crime alert e-mails, click here. LARCENY – FROM YARDS (GROUNDS SURROUNDING A BUILDING) Incident #: 200001135 44800 BLOCK ASPEN RIDGE DR  |  1/8/2020 @ 3:14 PM Northville Township Police Please watch for any suspicious activities and report them to the Northville Township Police Department at (248)… Read More »

Pot Hole Problems!

If you drive Sheldon Road northbound, you have probably had to dodge the large pot holes, approximately 3/4 of the way to Seven Mile on the East Side of the road. Please add your voices to our calls to the Wayne County Road Commission offices at 888-762-3373.  The last time Ken Coakley called he as… Read More »

Prepare for Winter Now

With winter weather quickly approaching, the Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division is reminding Michiganders to make winter emergency preparedness a priority. Severe winter weather poses health and safety concerns with cold temperatures and the possibilities of freezing pipes, potential propane shortages and power outages. For more winter weather safety tips, connect… Read More »

Mail Theft Could Lead to Identity Theft

Local law enforcement agencies are seeing an increase in larceny complaints in which suspects have taken mail out of residential mailboxes. This may lead to identity theft and fraud, as the suspects use credit card and other personal information obtained from the stolen mail to make fraudulent purchases or commit other crimes using the victim’s… Read More »

Important Security Reminder

The following was published on “Next Door” and Fred Sheill suggested that it might be a timely reminder for us all: The video can be viewed by clicking below