Township Office Hours

Monday, Wednesday & Friday
9:00am - 1:00pm

Imlay Township

Lapeer County, Michigan

Farming

Imlay Township - Lapeer County, Michigan

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Work Session for Township Board
Wednesday 7:30 pm

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Planning Commission Meeting
Tuesday 7:30 pm

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Township Board Meeting
Wednesday 7:30 pm

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Office Closed - Friday before Labor Day
Friday 12:00 am

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Office Closed - Labor Day
Monday 12:00 am

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Work Session for Township Board
Wednesday 7:30 pm

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Planning Commission Meeting
Tuesday 7:30 pm

Taxpayer Notice
Jul 18, 2014

ATTENTION: Imlay Township Taxpayers
An error was made in the calculation of your tax bill.  Th [ ... ]

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Property Tax Mailing
Jun 13, 2014

Property taxes will be mailed on Monday, June 30, 2014.  If your mortgage company has requested [ ... ]

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Property Re-Assessment
Jun 04, 2014

Imlay Township
Property Tax Updates and Record Maintenance
To the Residents of Imlay Township,
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Election Inspectors Wanted!
May 28, 2014Election Inspectors Wanted!

Imlay Township is in need of adults and interested high school students, 17 years of age and older [ ... ]

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BurnPermits

Imlay Township Burn Permits

Click on the underlined text above. This will take you to a website where you will select "Imlay Township". The next page will tell you all the fire permit rules and the local ordinance. On this page, select the appropriate check box next to "I agree to the terms", then select "Next". The following page will ask for the information from the requestor and the address for which the burn permit will be issued. When you have completed the form select "Submit" and a Burn Permit will be issued.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Imlay Township - A Farming Community

A message from our Township Supervisor

Imlay Township is located in the heart of Michigan, which is why we are referred to as the gateway to the thumb.

With a population of 2,500, we are a small community that prides itself in its diversity.