State of the Township Address “Future is Bright”

October 7, 2019 - The 5th annual State of the Township address, which was held at the Emagine movie theater...
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State of the Township Address “Future is Bright”

2019 Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year is Karen Quinn

October 8, 2019 - Congratulations to Karen Quinn, Hartland Living's 2019 Volunteer of the Year! Other nominees included Helen Boesch,...
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2019 Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year is Karen Quinn

Hartland High School Marching Eagles Win Latest Hartland SOUP

October 2, 2019 - At the October 2 Hartland SOUP, we had a record crowd and a record grant! The...
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Hartland High School Marching Eagles Win Latest Hartland SOUP

Hartland High School Football – 2019 Home Games

Nothing says #CommunityConnected better than a hometown football game on a Friday night! The Hartland High School Varsity Football Team...
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Hartland High School Football – 2019 Home Games

Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce Photo Contest

September 26, 2019 - To celebrate Hartland Living, the Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce (HACC) is sponsoring a Photo Contest....
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Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce Photo Contest

Brad Laibly, WHMI’s Making the Grade Winner

Congratulations, Brad Laibly, for being selected as WHMI’s Making the Grade Winner!

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Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce Welcomes New Members

April 26, 2019 –

The Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed the following new members in April. Want to know what membership can do for your business? Check out the Chamber’s website for more details.

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Cromaine Summer Music Series on Tuesday Nights

June 10, 2019 – Cromaine Library’s Summer Concert Series is back for the 11th year! The concerts are on the South Lawn, on a NEW night – Tuesdays! Also new this year, a different food truck each week.

FOR JULY 30, bring a substantial school supply donation for LESA Backpacks for Kids and get a slice of pizza free (limit 2)! Forgot your donation, get a slice for a $1 or more donation, too! Pizzas generously donated by Hartland Community Chapel. 

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Sponsor the HACC Golf Outing or Register to Play

July 15, 2019 –
The Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to have their 17th annual Golf Outing on September 12, 2019 at Ironwood Golf Course. Benefiting the Hartland Chamber scholarship program and community give backs.
GOLF Packages (all include game pack, cart, continental breakfast, grilled patio lunch and dinner)
EARLY BIRD BY AUGUST 1, 2019  (indicates pricing after August 1)

  • Individual Golfer – $100 ($110)
  • Foursome – $390 ($430)


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HACC Prepares for 3rd Annual Polo Classic

May 21, 2019 –

Join us for this event on June 8, 2019 from 3 pm to 10 pm. Enjoy the thundering excitement of live polo, strolling catered dinner, beer and wine tent, best hat contest, outdoor photo booth, 1/2 time divot stomp, live entertainment and much more. Check out the official website at http://www.hartlandpoloclassic.com.

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Hartland Area Community Council Prepares for Memorial Day in Hartland

May 15, 2019 –

The Hartland Area Community Council released the 2019 Memorial Day Booklet. It is a comprehensive guide to everything in Hartland for Memorial Day weekend and can be found at Cromaine Library, Hartland Township Hall, Chamber of Commerce office, or the HCS offices on M-59.

Activities for the weekend include:
Sunday 5/26:
7:00 pm – Cemetery walk to Salute our Heroes at Hartland Cemetery. Special ceremony at the Flag Pole at 8:00 pm, followed by Taps
Monday 5/27:
7:30 to 10:30 am – Hartland Band Boosters Pancake Breakfast at Village Elementary
8:00 am – 10K/5K Run and 3K Walk at Hartland HS Field House
10:00 am Roads into town close
Memorial Day Services:
10:00 am Parshallville Cemetery
10:15 am Parshallville Mill Pond
11:00 am Hartland Cemetery
11:30 am Flyover
11:45 am Hartland Mill Pond Bridge
Noon Moment of Silence
Immediately following the Moment of Silence – Parade steps off from Ore Creek Middle School

Entertainment in Epley Park from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
High School Band Performs 1:15 pm to 2:00 pm in Epley Park
Florence B Dearing Museum open from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

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Cromaine Library to Reopen August 21 from Renovation Closure

August 5, 2019 – Hartland’s Cromaine Library is closing for two weeks in August for renovations. Staff ask that patrons not return any materials or donate any items until the library reopens on August 21, 2019. During the closure patrons are encouraged to explore the Digital Resources Cromaine offers, that don’t require being in the Library! Download a Digital Resources Passport at www.cromaine.org/contest and each day try a different e-resource. Check off 17 items and bring your passport to Cromaine Wednesday, August 21 through Monday, August 26 by 9:00 pm. You will be entered into a drawing for a $100 Best Buy gift card! Winner will be announced August 27!

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Hartland Farmer’s Market to Open Season with Flower Day

May 2, 2019 –

The Hartland Farmer’s Market opens its 16th year on Saturday, May 11 at 9:00 am with Flower Day! Market runs until 2:00 pm, located at 10400 Highland Rd, Hartland, Michigan 48353. Lots of new vendors and many of the original farms, including: produce, fruits,  meats, poultry, eggs, syrup, jams, flowers, baked goods, books, antiques, crafts, honey and more.  Vendor spots available.  A fun day to shop and socialize.


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HACC July Newsletter is jam-packed with Community Happenings

July 1, 2019 –
The Chamber Connection has information for the entire community. Whether you own a business, are a Chamber member, or simply looking for new events and happenings, it is jam-packed with events, information, pictures, and more!

Read the Newsletter Here

Hartland Consolidated Schools Employment Opportunities

May 29, 2019 –

Letters and resumes may be sent to:
Mr. Scott VanEpps
Assistant Superintendent of Personnel and Student Services
9525 Highland Road
Howell, MI 48843
Office of Personnel: (810) 626-2106
Fax:  (810) 626-2101
Alternatively, letters and resumes may be emailed to:
Job Openings

MDOT closes Crouse Road overpass

June 19, 2019 – According to an update posted by the Livingston County Road Commission earlier this week, work on the Crouse Road bridge is slated to begin Thursday (June 20). This work—conducted by both the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and the county’s road commission—will affect the 100-foot approach to the Crouse Road overpass over U.S. 23 here in Hartland Township, and include a deck overlay, the cleaning and painting of steel, and minor drainage repairs.

Read the Safer Roads in Hartland Plan Here

Hartland Community Education Offers Summer Enrichment

June 16, 2019 – Keep your children engaged over summer break with the many offerings from Hartland Community Education! Something for everyone, from Art Camp to Safe Town. Call 810-626-2150 to register or click the link below.

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Hartland High School Choirs Earn Highest Award at State Choir Festival

April 30, 2019 –

Congratulations to Mrs. Kathi Letovsky and all six of her Hartland High School choirs on receiving the Blue Ribbon Excellence award at the State Choir Festival! That is the highest honor a choir can achieve.  The six choirs include: Concert, Womens, Varsity Men, Varsity Chorus, Chamber, and Con Espiritu.  Want to see them perform in person? The end of the year concert, “Bold Adventures”  is Thursday, May 16 at 7:30 pm at the HESSC Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $4 and can be purchased below.

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Hartland Consolidated Schools Ranked #26 for Best School Districts in Michigan

August 19, 2019 – Hartland Consolidated Schools was ranked #26 by Niche.com for Best School Districts in Michigan! HCS is a highly rated, public school district located in Hartland, MI. It has 5,523 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 58% of students are at least proficient in math and 68% in reading.

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2018 Business and Community Award Winners

Congratulations to the Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce winners!

Business Excellence Award: Fountain of Youth Skin Renewal Centre
Business Advocate of the Year Award: State Rep. Hank Vaupel
Impact Award: Livingston County United Way
New Member of the Year Award: Hickory BBQ & Grill
Round of Applause: Detroit Polo Club
Chamber Member of the Year: Jeff Nelson, Bulldog IT Services
Friendly By Nature Volunteer of the Year: Kathy Farhat-Tomaszewski
Scholarship Winners: Adrianna Greer and Griffin Neuer

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