• Foote Cemetery on Sherwood Rd. was organized in 1858.
  • The Columbarium at Summit Cemetery was dedicated in October 2010.
  • Rededicated on October 2nd, 2010, the Historical Committee has recreated a 1920s classroom.  The school is located at 985 E. Sherwood.
  • Township Park River Trail

From the Desk of Supervisor Bloomquist

Coronavirus updates

Due to the lifting of the Stay Home Order, Williamstown Township Hall is now open with limited staff and access.  Due to the limited space, the doors will remain locked with the need to call for entry and a  maximum of two residents will be allowed in at a time.  With the rotation of staff, we highly recommend an appointment to insure your needs are being addressed.   For the safety of residents and staff, a mask will be required.  The Board adopted a Covid -19 Preparedness and Response Plan at the May 21st special board meeting.

For up to date information, please visit https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus

Hall rentals have been cancelled until inside gatherings are lifted by the Governor.    

The pavilions, sports fields, and playgrounds are now open for use, however the rest rooms will remain closed at this time.  Please continue with the social distancing to maintain a safe environment!  Fields and Township Park pavilion require a reservation.

The September Clean-up event has been cancelled due to the pandemic.

If you know of a resident who is in need of help, please don't hesitate to reach out to the Township.  If the service needed is beyond what we can handle, we will help get the message to the appropriate organization.

Many of our residents are voting by absentee ballot due to the pandemic.  Please call the office if you would like to vote by absentee to make sure you receive the ballot in a timely manner.

And beyond all else, please stay safe!

~ Wanda Bloomquist,
Township Supervisor


In The Spotlight

Census 2020

While the Township residents have overwhelmingly responded to the Census at a rate of 85.9% as of 8/23/20, that still leaves approximately 14% of the Township population that has not completed the questionaire.  Census workers will be going door to door in an attempt to capture the missing households.  The last day for participation in the census is October 31, 2020.  

The Census count impacts the Township in the State Revenue received, our representation in the House of Representatives as well as infrastructure funding.  It's important to make sure everyone is counted appropriately!

For more information, visit www.census2020.gov 

Featured News

Immediate Openings!

The Township is very fortunate to have had Clerk Steinberg serving the Township for the past four years. Mark tendered his resignation at the Board meeting effective September 30, 2020, after announcing in April that he would not run again. Mark is running for a Trustee position on the November ballot and looks forward to continuing serving the Township on the Parks and Rec Committee. The Board has appointed Robin Cleveland to fill the remainder of his term. 

Robin will need to fill the Deputy Clerk’s position. If you, or anyone you know, is interested in the position, please click here for the job description.

The Township is also in immediate need of an Election Assistant to help with processing Absentee Voter Ballots until the election. Must be organized and comfortable using a computer. Election Inspectors are welcome to apply.

If you are interested in either position, please fill out the Application for Employment and return to the Township c/o Robin Cleveland. 

Updated Election Information

General Election (Presidential) - Tuesday, November 3, 2020

For the health and safety of our Election Inspectors and voters, we are encouraging everyone to vote Absentee. You can find out if you have requested your ballot or request an Absentee Ballot application by clicking here. You can also track your application and ballot. Absentee voting in our Township is safe and secure; learn more about how we handle Absentee Ballots.

NOTICE: Absentee Ballot Applications for those on the Permanent Absentee List who's applications have not yet been received by us went out in the mail today. Please watch your mailbox for your application, complete it and return it to us as soon as possible. Ballots are expected to be mailed starting next week. We cannot send you a ballot unless we have a signed Absentee Ballot Application!

Parks & Rec Master Plan Update

The Planning Commission initiated a public comment period for the Parks and Recreation Plan that will run to the September 23rd meeting, at which a public hearing on the plan will be held.

Comments can be sent to 4990 Zimmer Road, Williamston, MI  48895, e-mailed to [email protected], or by phone at 517/655-3193.

Regional Electronics Recycling Day

Meridian Township is holding a Regional Electronics Recycling Day on September 26th, 9 am to 2 pm. See this flyer for more information.

See Where Your Tax Dollars Go (Click on Chart to Enlarge)