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Notice of Public Hearing

On The Proposed 2017-2018 Village Budget

August 29, 2017


The Village Council of the Village of Blissfield will hold a public hearing at 7:00 PM, on Monday, September 25, 2017, at the Blissfield Village Office Council Chambers, 130 S. Lane St., in Blissfield, for the proposed 2017-2018 Village budget. Copies of the proposed budget are available for public inspection during regular business hours in the Village Office, at 130 S. Lane St. This notice is given as directed by Village Council at a meeting held on August 28, 2017. The budget summary follows:  FY17-18 draft budget notice.pdf




The Village is aware that there are widespread reports that, to some people, the drinking water in the Village has had an unusual taste and odor in the last few weeks. Please be aware that while widespread, apparently not everyone is experiencing these issues. It appears to be a matter of personal taste whether or not you detect these tastes and odors. Please be advised that the water is completely safe to drink and otherwise use.

The Village’s Water Department conducts dozens of tests per day on various aspects of the water, and all the results show the water is within safe limits set by the state and federal governments. Water Plant staff have made adjustments to the water treatment process to try to address the taste and odor issues. The problem appears to be caused by unusually low water levels in the River Raisin (our raw water source).

Please remember – the water is completely safe to drink and use. The Village Water Plant staff is making what adjustments it can at the Plant, and will continue to do so as necessary. If you have any questions about the situation, please contact Kipp Scott (Supervisor) at the Blissfield Water Plant. He can be reached at (517) 486-3350, or waterplant@blissfieldmichigan.gov.

Village's new draft revised Comprehensive Plan-

The Village Council approved it for public distribution and review at its July 10, 2017 meeting.  Interested parties have until September 12, 2017 to review and submit comments to the Village on the draft revised plan.

Comprehensive Plan - draft - July 2017.pdf



Thank you Village residents for your support of our Swimming Pool Project Bond


 Public Notice: Shelter Reservations

The Blissfield Village Office will begin accepting reservations for use of the shelter houses at Ellis Park and Clara Bachmayer Memorial Park according to the following schedule:

Beginning April 17- reservations from Village residents for a non-refundable fee of $15.00 per shelter house.

Beginning May 1- reservations from Non-Village residents for a non-refundable fee of $20.00 for small shelters, and a non-refundable fee of $30.00 for large shelters.

Reservations for shelters may be made by phone at 517-486-4347 or in person at 130 S. Lane Street starting at 9:00 a.m. 


Thank you Village residents for your support of our pedestrian bridge bond



The wood pedestrian bridge located between Ellis Park and Bachmayer Park is temporarily closed due to greater than anticipated rotting in the main support.  We are working with our engineers to come up with a plan of action.  More information to come.







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Whether you are looking for an intriguing way to spend a day exploring our quaint shops, relaxing in our beautiful riverside parks, or enjoying fine dining, you will not leave disappointed.  if you are considering relocating your family to Blissfield, you will find everything from historic homes to custom-built new ones.  Blissfield is ideally situated between Ann Arbor and Toledo, and is within 60 minutes of suburban Detroit.

You will find quality schools with state champion baseball and volleyball teams and a state-of-the-art environmental laboratory that is widely supported by generous people. Our old-fashioned downtown boasts a variety of businesses, actively supported by the Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Development Authority, as well as prime locations for new business opportunities.Explore the various links in this website and then visit Blissfield in person. Whether you choose to enjoy the fabulous River Raisin Festival in July, the Yuletide times during November, or a simple day trip at any other time of year, be assured that you will find a warm, welcoming community filled with friendly people.Whether for a day or for the rest of your life, you will find Blissfield to be a great destination to work, play, locate a business, raise a family, or retire. Enjoy your visit and see for yourself why we “Believe in Blissfield!”


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