Veterans' Commission

Did You Know?

  • The City of Southfield celebrated its 50th anniversary of incorporation as a city on April 28, 2008.

  • Southfield is an international city bustling with people from a rich array of cultural, racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds, including large Armenian, African-American, Jewish, Chaldean and Russian populations.

  • The City of Southfield is Michigan’s undisputed business center – with more office space than the central business districts of Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit, Indianapolis or Kansas City.

  • Nearly 200 restaurants make dining in Southfield a pleasurable experience for business entertainment or a family night out.

   





Southfield Veterans' Commission



Serving all Veterans in the City of Southfield

Special Notice: If you are a veteran in emotional crisis and need help immediately, call this toll-free number: 1-800-273-8255 and tell them you are a veteran. The line is offered 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week and all calls are completely confidential.

  1. The purpose of this organization is to:
    1. Strengthen common Veterans’ cause(s), to make the community aware of Veterans’ rights and their place within the community;
    2. Honor those who have passed on;
    3. Preserve honor for those Veterans of the future; and
    4. Assist Veterans and their families when in need.
  2. Southfield Veterans’ Commission is also dedicated to working with the City of Southfield on policies, programs and concerns related to all honorably discharged Veterans.
  3. Southfield Veterans’ Commission is also organized for the purpose of raising funds to be used to support the purposes of SVC and any other activity related to Veterans including activities of the Southfield Police Department which may serve Veterans and their families. 
  4. Southfield Veterans’ Commission shall not attempt to influence legislation, unless it pertains to Veterans’ concerns. SVC shall not participate in or intervene in any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office, including the publishing or distributing of statements.
  5. The Commission meets on the 2nd Monday of each month in the Parks & Rec building of City Hall, 6:30PM.  All are welcome to attend.

The board members of the Southfield Veterans' Commission can be reached at

(248) 796-4VET (4838) or in writing at

Southfield V
eterans' Commission

City of Southfield

P.O. Box 2055

Southfield, MI 48037-2055

southfieldvets@cityofsouthfield.com