Established – 1839
Martin Township was organized in 1839 and named in honor of President Martin Van Buren. The first settlers were Mumford Eldred and his family. They were followed by other families who settled in the township from 1837 to 1850. Their names were – Walter, Monteith, Kimball, Shepherd, Shelman, Redpath, McVean, Patterson, Wheeler and Wylie. These families and their descendants have made Martin Township what it is today. We want to continue that legacy for all families living in our township today. Our vision is to provide a growing secure, hometown community.
The Village of Martin was incorporated in 1947. Visit the Martin Village Website.
Martin Township Board is holding a Special Meeting Tuesday, May 16 6:30pm
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Wednesday, June 14, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. at the Martin Township Hall, 998 Templeton Street, Michigan, the Martin Township Board will hold a public hearing regarding the proposed 2023/2024 budget.
The property tax millage rate proposed to be levied to support the proposed budget will be subject to this hearing.
This Notice of Public Hearing is given by:
Denise Dykstra, Martin Township Clerk
Martin Township Hall
998 Templeton Street
Notice complies with MCL 141.436 and MCL 221.24e
Professional Code Inspection
Professional Code Inspection is Martin Township’s building / zoning code enforcer. You may contact PCI @ 616-877-2000