FOCUS newsletter

JUly 2022

  1. Canton continues recycling education
  2. July 4th fireworks ordinance
  3. Canton continues to seek public input on Master Plan

This month, all curbside recycling participants will receive a new sticker to place on their recycling cart.

The sticker will have a QR code that will take you directly to This page contains an up-to-date list of what is and is not acceptable in your curbside recycling cart. We encourage residents to scan this code often so contaminated items do not end up in your cart. The sticker is 4x6 and weather proof. Questions about Canton’s curbside program can be emailed to

  1. A message from Supervisor Graham-Hudak
  2. Boards and Commissions openings
  3. Detention pond maintenance
  4. Rent and mortgage assistance

Hello Neighbors!

Summer in Canton is in full swing. Last month’s Liberty Fest was the most successful event to-date, with great weather and fun for everyone, and I loved visiting with many of you! The outdoor fun continues with the Thursday Night Concert Series in Heritage Park, as well as the Tuesdays Are Terrific concerts every Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. in Heritage Park. July also sees the return of Rally on Ridge, our annual food truck event in Cherry Hill Village, and the Pride OUTside event. Of course, there are always the parks, trails and golf courses to enjoy if you are looking for other outdoor activity this summer. There is something for everyone in Canton!

Unfortunately, summer also brings road construction. The good news is that with all of the beautiful weather we have been enjoying, there haven’t been any long delays on the work being done. The Canton Center reconstruction from Ford to Warren is looking great so far, and the resurfacing on Beck between Ford and Warren will be beautiful when complete. The small driving inconveniences caused by these projects will be well worth it.

If you are looking for ways to become involved with the community, I would encourage you to consider applying to one of our Boards and Commissions. Or, you may just want to participate in one of the Master Plan engagement activities and provide input into the future of our community. 

Please stay safe and enjoy all that Canton has to offer this summer!

  1. Pollworkers and election volunteers needed
  2. Absentee ballots mailed for August Primary
  3. Polling location changes
  4. Treasurer Slavens' Corner

Canton Township has begun gathering interest from those who want to work the August Primary or November General Election. One training session and some online reading are required. Interested residents can visit the Clerk’s page at and complete the online interest form or call 734/394-5120.

  1. Thursday night live concerts
  2. Historical Society Museum
  3. Family Camp-out and movie night
  4. Village Theater call for artists
  5. In the CLS Spotlight: Become a junior park pro

Area residents are invited to experience another summer of free music at the Heritage Park Amphitheater, featuring a weekly dose of fresh air and family-friendly fun! This year’s Thursday Night Live Concert Series, generously sponsored by Community Financial Credit Union, includes a variety of weekly food vendors, plus a Beer and Wine Garden.

These free concerts will begin at 7 p.m., with cultural pre-entertainment scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. Participants are encouraged to bring blankets or folding chairs to relax and enjoy the music on the Amphitheater lawn. No concert will be held on July 7.Visit for more information.

  1. the DIA inside/out reproductions now on display
  2. Michigan Shakespeare festival
  3. 8th annual rally on ridge
  4. Canton's pride OUTside event
  5. Tuesdays are terrific concert series

The Detroit Institute of Art’s Inside|Out program returns to Canton with a unique exhibit of five high-quality reproductions of great masterpieces on display throughout our community now through the end of November.

These reproductions featured throughout the Canton community include well-known pieces such as:

“Love Flight of a Pink Candy Heart” by Florine Stettheimer on display at The Village Arts Factory, 50755 Cherry Hill Road;

“Violinist and Young Women” by Edgar Degas on display at the Summit on the Park Community Recreation Center, 46000 Summit Parkway;

“A Day in June” by George Wesley Bellows on display at the Canton Public Library, 1200 S. Canton Center Road;

“Talking Oak” by William Maw Egley on display at the Cherry Hill Fountain Square, at the intersection of Cherry Hill Road and Independence Road; and

“Rounded Flower Bed” by Claude Monet on display at Preservation Park, 500 N Ridge.

Find additional information, including a map of locations, at