(248) 698-3300 ext. 6
Admin. Asst. & CDBG Administrator
The Supervisor is the administrator of all Township personnel. Enforces all laws and Township Ordinances; manages and supervises all public improvements, work and undertakings of the Township. Prepares and administers the annual budget under the policies formulated by the Board of Trustees. Makes appointments to various boards and committees within the Township; acts as purchasing agent for the Township; conducts all sales of township property that the Board of Trustee's authorize to be sold. Performs other duties as may be prescribed by the Charter Township Act.
White Lake Township does not maintain any roads in the Township. Issues regarding chloride, paving and snowplowing should be directed to the Road Commission of Oakland County by calling 248-858-4804 or visit www.rcocweb.org.
Michigan motorist can visit MDOT to submit pothole locations and comments to the Michigan Department Of Transportation. If you believe your vehicle has been damaged on a state trunkline, click here for damage claim procedure and form.
New Pothole Reporting Option - The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) has added a pothole-reporting option to its app providing citizens with a quick and efficient way to report the pesky holes. The app is free and can be downloaded through the Google and Apple app stores. The app also provides shortcuts to other information such as road projects, the RCOC Real-Time Traffic Map, careers, press releases, the RCOC alert center for road issues, social media links and other methods to report road issues.
Minor Home Repair
The Township of White Lake's minor home repair program is designed to help low to moderate-income households complete more complicated home maintenance. Examples of just some of the needed repairs include: new furnaces, new roofs, new water heaters and a variety of health and safety issues. In order to qualify for the program, you must be a resident of White Lake and meet the income specifications.
An application and income verification must be submitted to the township. For further information, please contact Trish Pergament at 248-698-3300 x 150.
Freedom of Information Act
Under FOIA, individuals have the right to inspect, copy, or receive copies of public records of a public body. If you would like to obtain records in which are public, please submit a request to the Township Supervisors Office using the FOIA Request Form. FOIA documents can be viewed below:
Freedom of Information Procedures and Guidelines
FOIA Request Form