Marion Township
2877 W Coon Lake Road
Howell, Mi 48843

Phone: 517-546-1588   
Fax: 517-546-6622


Hours : Monday - Thursday,  9am - 5pm

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EMERGENCY CLOSURE
of
Mason Road The road is now closed between Burkhart and Norton.

The road is projected to remain closed until June 7th for emergency repair to the bridge.

May 9th - June 23rd
is the Chilson/Coon Lake Construction closure for the Roundabout to be installed.
The project days are subject to change due to weather.  Additional information on this and other
construction road sites are available on the Livingston County Road Commission's website.    
Link

Report potholes to Livingston County Road Commission mail@livingstonroads.org  or  517-546-4250

Howell Area Recreation Authority Park passes are now available at the Bennett Center, 925 W Grand River in Howell.
Hours are Mon-Wed, 9am - 6pm and Thurs - Fri, 9am - 5pm. Passes are good for the Boat launch and Howell City Park. 
Marion Township residents are entitled to two free passes.  
Howell Parks and Rec website

Heritage Days - June 11th & 12th      Event Schedule

The Disk Golf course and Recycling will not be available during the Heritage Days Festival.

Heritage Days  Meeting Schedule - Link                 Peddlers Market - Application

United Way Day of Caring - August 17th, 2016       Job site application          Volunteer application


FERC - New information - Rover pipeline -
 Link   

FERC Filing - Link         Township
Map        Energy Transfer Info - Link       Local 499 - Link    


City, Village, Township Revenue Sharing Information

Michigan Statutes & Public Acts - http://www.legislature.mi.gov/       

Public Improvements -  Public Act-188-of-1954           Natural Resources - Public Acts 451 of 1994

DTE Tree info  - link              Trim Maintenance info - link             Location - link

Open Burn Act #451 of 1994  -  
link

Link for Team Jameson -  please consider helping if you can.  Go fund me

Marion Township Recycling Information - Glass is no longer being accepted - Flyer

Drop-off Reycling Center bins are located near the lower  level at  the Township offices.

NO need to sort,  items accepted are: newspaper, magazines, catalogs, paper, cardboard, plastic bottles and tin cans.

Township Hall office lobbybatteries, eyeglasses, hearing aids & cell phones. We are a drop off  location for Gleaners.

Livingston County Recycle Guide

Recycle Livingston , 170 Catrell Street continues to accept glass, you must be a member to use their services. 

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