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In the beginning of 2016, Pittsfield Charter Township unveiled a new line of informational brochures on a variety of topics including respecting multi-modal traffic, deer safety and protecting water quality. The aim, as always, is to provide information and platforms that keep our residents and stakeholders engaged so they may partner with us to promote a better quality of life for all in Pittsfield. These are yet another example of our commitment to setting the Gold Standard in Public Service and promoting sustainable solutions in our community.
 after the storm
Eco Friendly Living:
After the Storm
 fog safety
Eco Friendly Living:
FOG Safety
 native landscaping
Eco Friendly Living:
Native Landscaping
 natural lawn care
Eco Friendly Living:
Natural Lawn Care
 coyotes
Living with Urban Wildlife:
Coyotes

 deer crossing safety
Living with Urban Wildlife:
Deer Crossing Safety
 crime prevention
Public Safety:
Crime Prevention Tips
 road safety tips
Public Safety:
Road Safety Tips
 WalkBikeDriveSafeBrochure2017-1_thumb.jpg
Public Safety:
SEMCOG Road Safety Tips


Related Information:


Huron River Watershed Council
[more]

Michigan Native Plant Producers Association
[more]

Michigan State University Extension [more]
  • Fisheries & Wildlife [more]
  • Invasive Species [more]
  • Lakes, Streams, & Watersheds [more]
  • Lawn & Garden [more]
  • Natural Resources [more]
  • Water Quality [more]

Michigan Water Environment Association
[more]

River Raisin Watershed Council [more]

SEMCOG (Southeast Michigan Council of Governments) [more]

State of Michigan
  • Michigan Department of Natural Resources [more]
    • Deer [more]
    • Fishing [more]
    • Ticks in Michigan [more]
    • Other Problem Wildlife [more]
  • Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) [more]

United States
  • Environmental Protection Agency [more]
  • Wildlife Damage Management [more]

Washtenaw County
  • Environmental Health [more]
  • Rain Gardens [more]
  • Water Resources Commission [more]

West Michigan Environmental Action Council - Rain Gardens [more]

Wildflower Association of Michigan [more]

Ypsilanti Community Utilities Authority (YCUA) [more]









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