The Clerk’s Office is responsible for maintaining all of the records for the township. Since the township records are maintained by the Clerk, all Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests should be addressed to the Clerk. To obtain FOIA information, requests must be made in writing or by using the form found on this page. Please describe the information you are seeking in as much detail as possible and the format you want it in. FOIA does not require agencies to do research or create records. The township must furnish the information to you within 5 working days. If certain conditions apply, the township can issue a 10-day extension with notice. Fees are charged and are itemized on the form. The Clerk handles all incoming mail.
The Clerk’s Office is also responsible for conducting all elections within the township. This includes voting at the National, State, County and Township levels and includes elections for local school districts, libraries and special elections. In this function the Clerk is responsible for Voter Registration and maintaining the list of registered voters. Additionally, Absentee Ballots are requested from the Clerk. The Michigan Voter Information Center provides an assortment of information related to voter registration and election administration in Michigan.
The Clerk is responsible for coordinating the scheduling of all functions at the township hall. Besides the various Township Board, Commission, and Commission meetings, the Clerk can schedule meetings for homeowner, civic and other non-profit groups.
You can contact the Clerk’s Office by phone at (810)629-8631 or email email@example.com.
The Clerk’s Office is responsible for conducting all elections within the township. Click here for more information on elections.
The township owns three cemeteries and the Clerk’s department maintains burial records. Click here for information on our cemeteries.