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Township Open House this Sunday, October 1

The Bloomfield Township police and fire departments are hosting an open house this Sunday, October 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at which everyone can learn all about first responders.


Held throughout the Bloomfield Township campus, kids of all ages will get to enjoy police car rides, climb on fire trucks and DPW heavy machinery such as snow plows, live fire truck safety demonstrations, a smoke house, studio tours at Bloomfield Community TV – and lots more. Last held in 2018, the township Open House is expected to draw large crowds as families join township employees to see everything Bloomfield Township offers on full display.


Want to build a dog house, get temporary tattoos and register to vote? It'll all be available, as will an impaired driving simulator, a dunk tank benefitting the Special Olympics, a bounce house, department tours, and even an animal adoption event at the police station, from the township's animal shelter.


Celebrated in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week, which is October 8 -14, 2023, the fire department will have plenty of offerings at the Central Fire Station. This year’s campaign works to educate everyone about fire safety in the kitchen. A smokehouse demonstration will take place to teach children about fire safety.


This is a chance to meet the first responders who serve your community and see what they do. Township Hall, the senior center, animal shelter, and Bloomfield Community Television will also be open for tours.


Food trucks will also be on site providing lunch for purchase during the event.

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