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H4H Refrigerator ReplacementYou may qualify for refrigerator replacement with Habitat for Humanity! See if you qualify and enroll today.

Quantities are limited. First-come, first-served. Program may be terminated at any time.

Qualification Criteria

You must have DTE Energy for your electrical service. One refrigerator per DTE account.
One refrigerator per address.
Your annual household income must be no more than the maximum below for your household size.
You must have an old refrigerator that was manufactured before December 2000 that you are willing to replace.
You must surrender your old refrigerator when the new one is delivered to you.

YTown LogoYpsilanti Township Offices will be CLOSED on the following holidays during 2017.

Logo Habitat For HumanityThe Habitat for Humanity Furnace Test & Tune Program has changed slightly. They are now able to offer a furnace replacement (for $40/month) to any homeowners that have an 80% or less efficient furnace (and meet the updated income guidelines) – limited number of spaces available! They have a goal of replacing 250 furnaces by the end of 2016 and will be promoting the program throughout the Township. Water heater replacement may be eligible as well.

Following enrollment in the program, Habitat will have an approved HVAC contractor schedule an initial visit to verify that your furnace is eligible for replacement. At this time, the contractor will also inspect your water heater, take measurements and note any out-of-the-ordinary circumstances that might affect the replacement.


Logo Wolverine PipelineWolverine maintains its strong safety record intact by continuously striving to be prepared for pipeline incidents that may occur. For example, Wolverine works closely with emergency first responders by inviting firefighters and police to their annual training exercises. Although rare, pipeline incidents can be very dangerous, requiring both caution and immediate action on your part. In these emergency situations, Wolverine's first priortity will be to protect life, property, and the environment.

Wolverine monitors the pipeline system 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from the Operations Control Center. Wolverine ensures safe pipeline operations through extensive employee training, regularly planned testing, aerial inspection, right-of-way patrols, and adherence to the industry leading safety management system. Wolverine complies with all applicable federal government safety procedures.

Update July 7, 2017

Wolverine Pipe Line Company (WPLCo) is in the final stage of the Detroit Metro Access Pipeline Project. Crews are working to restore landowner's easements to its condition prior to pipeline construction. The field inspection team is continuing to effectively drive safety as WPLCo's number one priority. However, completion of any work is heavily dependent on weather and property conditions.

Read more for the full update and photos.

Charter Township of Ypsilanti  •  7200 S. Huron River Dr. Ypsilanti, Mi 48197  •  (734) 484 - 4700

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