FOCUS newsletter


  1. Tell us how we're doing!
  2. Canton Master Plan Update
  3. schools are back in session--drive safely
  4. annual hazardous waste collection on september 10

We would like to hear how Canton residents feel about our community’s communications and outreach efforts. Please visit to take a short survey and share your opinion.

In addition to the survey, we will be conducting in-person focus groups on September 21 in the Canton Administration Building to gain additional insight. If you are interested in participating in an upcoming focus group, please email or call 734/394-5185.

  1. A message from Supervisor Graham-Hudak
  2. Canton contracts with CodeRED to provide emergency notification services
  3. canton newcomers and neighbors celebrate 50 years

Hello Neighbors!

I am so happy that the Canton Center Road reconstruction is done, and opened ahead of schedule! This large-scale project that began in April was funded in part by Canton’s Road Millage.

We received news recently that Canton is set to receive $750,000 in State of Michigan funding to put toward closing the 53.8 miles of sidewalk gaps in the community. The funds in the State’s 2022-2023 budget bill, recently signed by Governor Whitmer, were secured by State Senator Dayna Polehanki and State Representative Ranjeev Puri. In the same budget bill, Representative Puri also secured an additional $5 million for Canton’s roads and pedestrian pathways.

These funds will allow us to expand the Sidewalk Gap Program and help provide a more connected and walkable community.

On a separate note, I know that residents are hearing about water quality these last few weeks. I would like to assure you that Canton’s water is safe, and 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. 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. Fleetwood Gold, the Fleetwood mac experience
  2. Free mental health workshop
  3. Summit Annual Maintenance shutdown and renovation update
  4. back-to-school summit membership special
  5. Youth leadership development opportunities available

Enjoy the most popular hits of Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks and Peter Green when Fleetwood Gold, The Fleetwood Mac Experience performs at The Village Theater on October 1, at 7 p.m. Tightly fused harmonies, soaring lead vocals blended with an authentic sound of Fleetwood Mac is what Fleetwood Gold is all about. Fleetwood Gold is comprised of five highly experienced musicians that make up this tribute band. For more information, please visit or call 734/394-5300.

  1. Pheasant Run cart path renovations
  2. Howl at the Moon returns
  3. Cherry Hill Village Monster Mash
  4. Halloween Happenings

Beginning in September, Pheasant Run Golf Club will be renovating cart paths on the North nine-hole course. The area of the golf course is expected to be closed for approximately six to eight weeks.

Please refrain from using these specific cart paths or this particular golf course, as there will be equipment and contractors operating in this area.

For additional information, visit

  1. Neighborhood Know-how
  2. Canton community foundation lunch and learn: military veteran healthcare update
  3. Rent and mortgage assistance
  4. Treasurer Slavens' corner

The next quarterly Neighborhood Know How will be held on Wednesday September 14, at Summit on the Park in the PDC Room from 6 - 7:30 p.m.

Questions can be submitted in advance to and may also be brought to the session. The attorneys will answer as many questions as they can within the time limits of the session.

Please RSVP for the session by calling the Supervisor’s office at 734/394-5185, or emailing