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Pittsfield Township requires a permit for open burning. Please call 734 822-4911 and speak with a fire department representative for details on how to obtain a permit. Read more FAQ’s about the Open Burn Ordinance.
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No. Animal complaints should be directed to Metro Dispatch at 734-994-2911.
A Knox Box is a way for firefighters to gain entry to buildings without causing damage. During a fire alarm when no obvious signs of fire are apparent, firefighters can gain access to buildings to check whether an alarm is false or there is a problem. The advantage is there is no unnecessary damage caused by firefighters during a false alarm. You may contact Fire Marshal John DeCaro at 734.822.4964 with any questions.
It shall be unlawful for any person to create, assist in creating, permit, continue, or permit the continuance of any unreasonably loud, disturbing, unusual or unnecessary noise that either annoys, disturbs, injures or endangers the comfort, repose, health, peace or safety of others within the limits of the township. Read the full Noise Ordinance for more information.
A license is required to solicit in Pittsfield Charter Township. All approvals available for review. Soliciting is not allowed from dusk to 9am. Read our Transient Merchant (Solicitors / Vendors) Ordinance for more information.
The False Alarm ordinance was established as a service charge to defray costs of police and fire responses to false alarms. This ordinance encourages businesses and individuals to properly install and maintain their alarm systems. Presently the charge is waived for the 1st and 2nd false alarm of each calendar year. The 3rd and every subsequent activation during a calendar year requiring a response carries a $100 service charge.