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            School Resource Officer Proposal Made to Blissfield Schools


 With all the news recently about school shootings, the Village Council has delivered a proposal to the Blissfield Community School Board Superintendent.  The proposal regards sharing the costs to have a dedicated School Resource (Police) Officer for our schools.  The proposals also included information compiled by Police Chief Dale Greenleaf about a Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) grant from the federal government, that could be used to cover the costs for a School Resource Officer for the first 3 years of the position.

     The Village also sent letters to Township Boards from the four townships that send students to Blissfield Schools.  These letters inquire about those Townships helping fund such a proposal.

     The Blissfield School Board has told the village that they will begin considering the proposal at their April 16  Board meeting.  The Village expects to hear from the School Board  shortly after that meeting.




           The Blissfield Public Works Dept. will be conducting a village-wide flushing of water hydrants, from Sunday, April 1 until Friday, April 6, as well as from Sunday, April 8 until Friday, April 13, to remove sediment that accumulates in the water lines.  The flushing will be conducted between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. each day tot minimize any inconvenience to customers.

            During the hydrant flushing, residents may notice the water has a rusty appearance.  The water is safe to use and drink.  Residents should check the color of the water before doing laundry.  If the water is rusty, run the cold water for a short time to clear the lines.  If you have any questions, please contact the Village Office at 486-4347.


The Village of Blissfield will be conducting a spring leaf collection beginning Tuesday, April 17.  Village residents who wish to have their leaves picked up must have them place in the right-of-way, parallel to the road, no later than Monday, April 16.

Leaves are not to be placed in the streets or gutters, nor around poles, guy wires, signs, or fire hydrants.  Piles of leaves containing brush, sod, garden materials, rubbish or demolition materials, will not be picked up.


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 16- reservations from Village residents for a non-refundable fee of $15 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 486-4347 or in person at 130 S. Lane St. starting at 9:00 a.m.


2018 Street Spray-Patching Project Request for Quotes

Street spray-patching RfQs - 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


















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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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