FOCUS newsletter

JUNE 2022

  1. Canton's safe water system
  2. Rent and mortgage assistance available through CDBG
  3. Summit Liberty Fest Membership special
  4. Liberty Fest volunteer opportunities
  5. Canton's Juneteenth Celebration

Canton would like to assure all residents and business owners that we take the safety of our water supply system very seriously.

Each year, Canton issues a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) that gives a detailed analysis about where Canton’s water comes from and the treatment process it goes through. It also gives consumers detailed information about the quality of their drinking water. After July 1, the water report can be found at

If you have any questions, please call Canton’s Division of Public Works at 734/397-1011.

  1. Canton's 29th annual Liberty Fest
  2. Entertainment Highlights
  3. Carnival Wristbands/Tickets
  4. Festival Food and Drink
  5. Additional Highlights

After a two-year COVID hiatus, Canton Liberty Fest will celebrate its 29th Anniversary with three family-friendly, fun-filled days from Thursday, June 16 - Saturday, June 18 in Canton’s beautiful Heritage Park, located behind the Canton Administration Building and the Canton Public Library, just west of Canton Center Road between Cherry Hill and Summit Parkway. New this year! Liberty Fest’s fireworks display will now be held on Friday, June 17, just after dark. Holding the fireworks on Fridays moving forward will now allow a Saturday night rain date if ever necessary.

  1. A message from Supervisor Graham-Hudak
  2. Pedestrian Safety
  3. Canton begins update to Community Master Plan
  4. Canton continues recycling education
  5. Did You know?

Dear Neighbors,

I hope you are enjoying the great weather we are having. Just a reminder that COVID is still among us and Canton has now surpassed 20,000 cases since March of 2020. You can still receive vaccinations at local pharmacies. There are also vulnerable residents who are feeling isolated due to COVID, and the current uptick – if you have a neighbor that lives alone, or is elderly, check in on them to see if they need assistance.

Our permit requests are also increasing – please be patient as our teams are working hard to get to all of their inspections.

I hope to see you outdoors soon at the Juneteenth and Liberty Fest celebrations, our outdoor markets or Thursday night concerts. Come on over and say hello!

  1. Lock It or Lose It
  2. Golf course safety reminder
  3. Canton Summer Palooza
  4. attention canton voters
  5. Thursday Night Concert series returns
  6. river day and national trails day celebration june 4

To reduce your chances of becoming a victim of theft from your vehicle, the Canton Police Department is advising residents to take the following simple precautions:

• Always lock your parked vehicle—in driveways, streets, and parking lots

• Don’t leave valuables in your parked vehicle

• If you observe suspicious activity occurring around parked vehicles, call 911

If you’ve been the victim of a theft, call the Police Department’s non-emergency line at 734/394-5400.