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City of Northville Issues Boil Water Advisory

City of Northville … The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) will make a valve repair on Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 11:30 p.m. on a main line that feeds into the City of Northville’s water system. A boil water advisory will be in effect for the entire City of Northville at 11:30 p.m. for at least 48 hours. 
Northville Township residents and businesses are not affected.
Repairs will take at least two hours. During repairs, customers may experience a reduction or loss of water pressure. The City will test the water quality and notify residents and businesses when the boil water advisory is lifted.
Prior to 11:30 p.m., residents and businesses do not need to boil the water and are advised to fill containers with water to use during the advisory. After 11:30 p.m., residents and businesses must boil water from the tap before drinking it or cooking with it. This requires that all water be boiled for one minute at a rolling boil, and cooled before using.  
People with compromised immune systems, infants and some elderly are at increased risk for health issues during this time. Pets should be given reserved water or boiled water to drink as well. 
Showers and bathing can be done during the advisory as long as people do not drink water during these activities.  
For more information, look at the City’s website, Facebook and twitter accounts. If City of Northville residents or business owners have questions, please contact City of Northville at 248-349-1300 during office hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. After hours, there will be a special recorded line at that same number with any important updates.  
Additional information about boiling water and other household water usage:

POW! Juried Comic Art Exhibition at the Northville Art House


The Northville Art House presents the exhibition POW! Juried Comic Art Exhibition featuring 38 works of comic, or comic-inspired, art created by 22 artists and selected by juror, Jim Anderson.


Comic art can be defined as an image or series of images, often displayed together and combined with text, to tell a story. Comic Art also functions as an avenue for visual experimentation and modes of self-expression for many artists.


The artists participating in the exhibition include Elisa Albrecht, Kathleen Brenowitz, Joanne Cook, Terence Cover, Adrienne Dunkerley, Kayleigh Fogle, Shayauna Glover, Adam Helner, Jessica Justice, Peggy Kerwan, Jennifer Kesler, Travis Matchulat, Brandon McDonald, Mike Ortiz, Megan Roethler, Jan Ross, Shannon Schmidt, Billy Tackett, Aaron Underwood, Babelon Williams, Todd Zapoli, and Emily Zelasko.


Cartoonist Jim Anderson has been a fan of comics since he was small, and has been making them for almost as long. He is currently the creator of the comic strip Ellie On Planet X, as well as an illustrator and graphic designer. See more about Jim Anderson and Ellie on Planet X at


POW! Juried Comic Art Exhibition opens with a reception on Friday, February 2, 6-9 p.m. with Awards Presentation at 7 p.m. The exhibition runs through Saturday, February 24 during Art House hours, Tuesday-Friday 12 - 5 p.m. and Saturday 12 - 4 p.m. Northville Art House, 215 W Cady St. Northville, MI 48167,


Starchild by Kayleigh Fogle

Green Lantern: Kyle Rayner by Mike Ortiz

“What’s the Difference?” by Todd Zapoli


Celebrate Orin Jewelers' 85th Anniversary!


Downtown Northville

Downtown Northville - Timeless...with a Twist
Imagine the timeless things you would have encountered as you strolled Downtown in 1950, like the smell of freshly baked bread wafting out the bakery on Main Street, bicycles with baskets on the handlebars, the mayor walking down the front steps of City Hall, kids on the sidewalks laughing with ice cream cones in hand, and your neighbors waving to you from Town Square on Friday evening as music fills the night air.


Take all of this tradition and hometown feel and add a little twist of…sophisticated art galleries, wine shops, the latest fashions, and the culinary delights you have come to expect as a discerning Downtown patron.


The best of all worlds, this is Downtown Northville.

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