Utilities Department

Utilities Department

Utilities Department


APRIL IS SAFE DIGGING MONTH IN MICHIGAN:    
  

Do it yourselfers and commercial contractors are being encouraged to get utility lines staked before starting outdoor projects. 

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has declared April to be Safe Digging Month. As the weather gets warmer, the Township is reminding anyone who has a digging project scheduled to call MISS DIG at 8-1-1 before putting tools in the ground. If you are using power tools to do so, it’s more than just a suggestion, it’s the law. The Township’s Department of Public Works (DPW) highly recommends anyone digging with hand tools like shovels or even garden spades err on the side of safety and call.  The biggest increase in residential damages last year came from fencing installation, with landscaping projects also being high on the list.

After calling MISS DIG, a representative will be out within 3 working days to mark all lines, and if the homeowner is home at the time, will be able to answer any questions they may have. If a project is scheduled to come within 4 feet of a line, the Township recommends digging carefully with hand tools or moving the project further away. The service is free, and can be scheduled by calling 8-1-1, or visiting the link below. 

https://www.missdig.org


The purpose of the Utilities Department is to:

  • Sewers: assist property owners with the process of connecting to the Hamburg Township Sanitary Sewer System
  • Roads: offer assistance to homeowners on private roads through road maintenance and road improvement special assessment districts.
  • Water: assist property owners with the process of connecting to the portions of Livingston Community Water Authority serving Hamburg Township.


Sewer Services
The purpose of the Utilities Department is to assist property owners with the process of connecting to the Hamburg Township Sanitary Sewer System (HTSSS).



Road Services
The Utilities Department also offers assistance to homeowners on private roads through road maintenance and road improvement special assessment districts.

Browse through information regarding the process of how to establish a road maintenance/improvement district, services available through the Township, and what law enables the Township to offer this type of program.



Water Services
For most locations within Hamburg Township, water services are provided by private wells located on each property.

There is a portion of the Township that is served by the Livingston Community Water Authority.




MAILING ADDRESS

10405 Merrill Road
P.O. Box 157
Hamburg, Michigan 48139 USA
Phone: 810.231.1000
Fax: 810.231.4295

Business Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday

PHYSICAL ADDRESS 
(FOR SHIPPING PACKAGES 
AND DELIVERIES
TO THE TOWNSHIP):

10405 Merrill Road
Whitmore Lake, Michigan
48189 USA

PHYSICAL ADDRESS 
(FOR SHIPPING SEWER
GRINDER PUMPS:

HAMBURG TOWNSHIP
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

6400 East M-36
Hamburg, MI 48139
Plant Phone: 810-231-8158
Plant Fax: 810-231-4295


SEND ALL WWTP MAIL TO: 
Hamburg Township DPW
10405 Merrill Road
P.O. Box 157
Hamburg, MI. 48139

STAFF:

TONY RANDAZZO
Director of Technical Services
E-mail: trandazzo@hamburg.mi.us 
Phone: 810-231-1000
Ext. 214
Direct Phone Line:
810-222-1191

BRITTANY K. CAMPBELL
Utilities Coordinator
And Purchasing Agent
For Hamburg Township
E-mail: bcampbell@hamburg.mi.us 
Phone: 810-231-1000
Ext. 210
Direct Phone Line:
810-222-1193

Updated June 6, 2019
Utilities Department