• 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.

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Williamstown Township Community Park's
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Meridian Police Utilize New Tactic to Catch Distracted Drivers

Meridian Township Police officers are utilizing a new tactic to identify distracted drivers. Officers patrolling in unmarked cars and wearing civilian clothing are spotting distracted drivers. Uniformed officers in marked police cars will then stop distracted drivers to take enforcement action.

Distracted driving is an increasing cause of motor vehicle crashes in the United States. Enforcement of the law is difficult for officers, because violations occur quickly and at times in heavy traffic areas. This approach is being taken to encourage drivers to think twice before reading or sending text messages because an officer may be in the car next to them. See more.

Williamstown Township Recycles

 

What can be recycled? 

RECYCLING at Williamstown Township Hall
EVERY SECOND SATURDAY
9 AM — 3 PM
4990 Zimmer Road

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2014 Taxes

 The last day to pay taxes at the Williamstown Township Hall for 2014 will be on Tuesday, December 30th between 10 am and 4 pm.  Also, you may pay your taxes at the Independent Bank Branch on the corner of Zimmer Road and Grand River Avenue during the regular business hours on December 30 and 31.  Taxes are not due until February 17, 2015.

Complaints

On August 13, 2014, the Township adopted a Municipal Civil Infraction Code, establishing procedure for the management and enforcement of Williamstown Township Ordinances. As part of the procedures, all complaints submitted to the Township will need to be in writing before they will be investigated. A Complaint Form can be found here and under Online Forms; Township Documents.

For noise complaints, including barking dogs and fireworks, please contact the Meridian Township Police Department non-emergency number (517) 332-6526 at the time the noise is occurring.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Township.

November 4th General Election Notes

Williamstown Township has 4,219 registered voters. Precinct #1 has 2,231 registered voters and 1400 (62.7%) voted in the November 4, 2014 General Election. Precinct #2 has 1,988 registered voters and 1258 (63.2%) voted. Absentee ballots were requested by 690 voters (combined precincts) and 673 were voted and returned to the Township for a surprising 98%. These numbers are an indication of just how much the residents of Williamstown Township appreciate their right to vote and exercise that privilege.

Williamstown Township had one proposal on the ballot, seeking a 1.5 mill tax increase for the preservation, reconstruction and maintenance of the secondary roads in the Township. There were 1,159 yes votes and 1,371 no votes. Until the totals are certified, an unofficial summary of all votes cast in Ingham County can be found on the Ingham County Clerk’s website.