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Blissfield, MI 49228


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2018-2019 Tree & Stump Removal Project

Tree Removal RfQs - 2018-19.pdf



Help Wanted

Municipal WasteWater Treatment Plant Supervisor

November 21, 2018

Village of Blissfield, pop. approx. 3,300. Duties include responsibility for operation and maintenance of .57 MGD municipal wastewater treatment plant, and supervision of plant staff. Bachelors’ Degree (in biology, chemistry, or related field) and 5 years’ experience in wastewater field preferred. Michigan "C" wastewater license required. Applicants should be able to lift heavy loads, work in open areas and confined spaces, and work with chemicals. Applicants should send resumes to, or pick up applications from, the Blissfield Village Office, attn: Jim Wonacott, 130 S. Lane St., Blissfield, MI 49228 (517-486-4347). The Village is an equal opportunity employer.




Vacant Village Council Trustee Positions

November 27, 2018

The Village of Blissfield is seeking interested persons to fill two (2) vacant Trustee positions on the Blissfield Village Council. The Village Council, which meets the second, third, and fourth Monday evenings of each month, has overall legislative responsibility for Village ordinances, policies, and operations. Interested persons must be a registered voter residing within the Village limits, and must be current on their Village taxes, water, and other bills. Interested persons should send a letter formally expressing an interest in an appointment to the Village Council, which also includes information on why that person wants the appointment and their philosophy on Village government. Interested persons should submit their letter, no later than close-of-business December12, 2018, to James Wonacott, Village Administrator, at either 130 S. Lane St., PO Box 129, Blissfield, MI 49228, or administrator@blissfieldmichigan.gov.




November 13, 2018

Effective Immediately:


Stevens Disposal & Recycling Services will no longer accept any glass, plastics #3 and up, and plastic grocery/retail bags for the Village curbside recycling program.

Sorry for any inconvenience.






The Village is aware that, to some people, the drinking water in the Village has had an unusual taste and odor in the last several 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 algae growing in unusually low water levels in the River Raisin (our raw water source), which in turn is caused by lower than normal rainfall and higher than normal temperatures.

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.

PFAS Water Sample Results- 

PFAS Sample Results Notice - 2018.pdf



Thank you Village residents for your support of our Swimming Pool Project Bond. For more information regarding the project please visit: SWIMMING POOL FUNDRAISING                                     


Pool Donations


 Pool project Fundraising Donation Form - 2017.pdf


Please check out the new building site plans for our pool project.  Construction is planned to start the end of July 2018.  

Aquatic Center Site Plan.pdf

Aquatic Center Building Plan.pdf




























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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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