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Chesterfield Township News & Information

Posted on: January 6, 2022

Snow Information

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Winter has arrived and it appears that the snow is sticking. Here are some helpful tips on how Chesterfield Township deals with snow.

Snow Emergencies
Snow emergencies are declared by the Township Supervisor. No person shall park or leave any vehicle or trailer on a public road in the Township when a snow emergency has been declared. Further, within two hours after notice of a snow emergency has been given, any motor vehicle or trailer parked on any public road within the Township may be removed by the Township or its agents. 
For immediate notification of a snow emergency, sign up online for our Notify Me service.

Snow Plowing
Did you know that Chesterfield Township is not responsible for removing snow on any roads? The Macomb County Department of Roads (MCDR) is the responsible party for maintaining public (County and State) roads during winter and otherwise. If you have concerns regarding the condition of your street, please reach out to the MCDR at (586) 463-8671 or at roads.macombgov.org. Private road maintenance is the responsibility of the residents who reside on the street.

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