• 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


The office is fully open!  Your cooperation during the past couple of years has been greatly appreciated!  

The Township's new website is currently being developed and staff is excited for upgrades that will be available to our residents.  Goals will be to have reservations for Township facilities to be done on line as well as building permits.

The Township will also be launching an "Engage Williamstown" site where you will be able to weigh in on issues and projects within the Township.

Instead of Spring Clean-up this year we will be following last year with collection of certain items during recycling.  We found that there was less congestion and it was easier for residents and staff.  The schedule will be out soon!

As always, your ideas and suggestions on how we can improve service are welcome.

~ Wanda Bloomquist,
Township Supervisor


In The Spotlight


Recycling is held the second Saturday of the month from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.

Township Yard sales run from May through October during recycling. Residents can use the pavilion with others from the community to sell their goods.

2022 Special Recycling Schedule:

  • June 11, 2022 - Secure Documents & Batteries
  • July 9, 2022 - Electronics $10 per screen (including laptops)
  • August 13, 2022 - Metal - Items with freon = $20 each
  • September 10, 2022 - Trash & Latex Paint (Cost=$1/quart, $2/gallon & $10/Five gallon container)

Regular recycled items collected include:

  • Cardboard:  flattened
  • Paper: newspaper, office and junk mail
  • Tin cans and small metal
  • Glass:  all colors
  • Plastic:  No bags, furniture or landscaping pots
  • Styrofoam:  no peanuts

Joe is available to assist those in need and answer any questions you may have!

Featured News

Help Wanted!

The Township is looking to fill the position of  Code Enforcement . To apply, fill out the application and email to [email protected] or call Supervisor Bloomquist at (517) 655-3193 for further information.

Ballots are in the Mail!

Ballots have been mailed for those who have returned their signed Absentee Ballot application. This application is for both the August Primary and the November General elections. Please read the instructions carefully! You may pick up your Absentee Ballot at the Township Hall with your signed application and photo ID. To track the status of your application or ballot, go to Michigan.gov/Vote. Please call or email the Clerk's office with any questions at (517) 655-3193 or [email protected].

Name the Forest Contest!

The Township is hosting a community-wide contest to name our new forest at the Williamstown Township Community Park on Grand River. Get creative and use your imagination! Anyone may enter and you may submit multiple forest names. Entries will be accepted until July 31, 2022.

A $100 cash prize will be awarded to the winner on August 16, 2022.

Provide your name, contact information, and a brief description of why you think your entry should be the winner. Submit your entry by mail to Williamstown Township Forest Contest, 4990 Zimmer Rd., Williamston, MI 48895 or email to [email protected]. Questions? Call (517) 655-3193.

July Board of Review

Board of Review will be meeting on Tuesday, July 19th at 11:00 am at the Township Hall until Board business is completed. The July Board of Review meets to correct Qualified Errors, and to consider appeals related to the Principal Residence Exemtion Qualified Agricultural Exemption, Taxable Value Uncapping, the Qualified Sart-up exemption, the Disabled Veteran's Exemption and the Poverty Exemption.

Broadband Survey

Ingham County is working with Merit Network to compile data on Broadband throughout the County.  Residents are able to complete the survey at Michiganmoonshot.org/Ingham.  This information will be used to help secure broadband infrastructure dollars to aid our communities expand broadband to those underserved.  Please share the survey with others so that the Township and County have a good representation of service issues.

Spongy (Gypsy Moth) problem?

MSU Extension has information on how to best handle a spongy moth issue. Please visit gypsy moth-invasive.

2020 Census Data

The 2020 Census Data  is available for review.  The Township's revenue sharing is based on the numbers from the Census.

See Where Your Tax Dollars Go (Click on chart to enlarge)