Bill Payment During SHELTER AT HOME ORDER.
With the current slow down with our mail system it would be a great time to sign up for e-bill to get your bill a little quicker via email. At this time in person payments are not allowed, we are happy to set you up for a one time or permanent echeck payment until the stay at home order is lifted. If you want to drop off a payment, please use the dropbox located in the driveway of the township office The township office is closed to the public for your safety and our employees safety until further notice. Please call 5177502800 X220 between 9 and 1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange ebilling or auto pay options. Thank you for your understanding!
COVID-19 UPDATE: The Spring Arbor Township Office will be open normal hours. However, due to the Coronavirus outbreak and concerns for our residents and employee safety, the office door will remain locked to limit contact. We are asking all residents to pay all utility bills via the dropbox located in the driveway. We are happy to take payments over the phone. Please call (517) 750-2800. For all other business, please call or email the Township Office to setup an appointment with a township representative who can meet with you to address your needs if necessary.
Memorial Day PARADE CANCELLED.
The difficult decision has been made that we need to CANCEL the Memorial Day parade for this year. While this event is over a month away we have no guarantees that it will be allowed. Additionally, with schools not being allowed to hold classes we will lose all bands and school groups from being a part of the parade in an organized manner. We as a township enter into contracts with groups and we spend money in advance of putting a parade event on. We are not alone in canceling events like our parade. Communities all across Michigan have done the same thing just as the City canceled the Rose parade scheduled for June yesterday. This is and was an extremely difficult decision by our Parade Committee and Township Officials. Thank you for your understanding.
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March 10, 2020 – Presidential Primary
August 4, 2020 – Primary Election
November 3, 2020 – General Election
The Clerk’s office will be open from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. the Saturday before each election (March 7, August 1, & October 31).
Local Road Millage Press Release
September 19, 2019
We are pleased to announce that the Road Millage of 3.99 mills will be reduced to 3.25 mills on the December Winter Tax Statement. In 2017 the voters of Spring Arbor Township approved a Local Road Millage of 3.99 mills to rebuild all “LOCAL” public roads in the township. Working with JCDOT we were able to realize lower than expected construction costs, in part by starting this project in 2017. The entire project will be completed in 2020. Additionally, working with local financial partners, the Township was able to invest the bond proceeds at higher than expected interest rates. From the beginning, we promised we would prudently manage the project so that we could provide maximum value and savings to our people. This millage rate reduction will be realized on the December 2019 Winter Tax Statement.
The project remains on schedule and we expect several more roads to be completed yet this fall. If you have any questions, please contact me at: email@example.com or 517-750-2800 x201. Thank you for your continued patience during this project and the M-60 MDOT project this year.
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News & Press Releases
Spring Arbor Township’s Latest News and Information
Notice of Playground Equipment Closed
Effective immediately all playground equipment at Gallagher and Harmony Park are closed until further notice. While the grounds remain open the equipment and restrooms are CLOSED. 🙁 We ask that everyone practice 6’ social distancing and no organized sports or events at this time. Thank-you.
Pedestrian Yield Signs from Chief Noppe
As you have noticed, there are several “Pedestrian Yield” signs on Main Street. I would like to inform both the drivers and pedestrians in our township on their responsibility in …
Where Does My
Tax Money Go?
This post accompanies the winter 2020 newsletter and answers the question: Where does all that tax money go and why so much?
Are You Real ID Ready? The deadline is Oct 2020
A message from Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson. Your Michigan driver’s license or identification card may not get you through airport security later this year.