Phone Number: 517-467-2104
Cambridge Township is home to Michigan International Speedway, the Village of Onsted and 21 lakes.
Phone Number: 517-592-2756
Located in the northwestern corner of Lenawee County and the southern border of Jackson County.
Phone Number: 517-592-2000
Columbia Township is in Jackson County. There are two township parks, the Clarklake Spirit Trail, the Village of Brooklyn and part of Cement City. The three largest lake communities in the township are Lake Columbia, Clarklake and Vineyard Lake.
Phone Number: 517-431-2320
Located in Lenawee County and home to Hidden Lake Gardens and Tipton.
(Unincorporated community at the junction of M-50 and Tipton Hwy.)
Phone Number: 517-529-4374
Liberty Township is located in the County of Jackson in Clarklake, Michigan, and is mainly a rural residential community mixed with farms and wildlife along with businesses that are scattered throughout the area. Headwater to the Grand River.
Phone Number: 734-428-7090
The Irish Hills portion of Manchester Township includes Watkins Lake State Park and county preserve.
Phone Number: 517-536-8694
#9 Safest City in Michigan, township includes the unincorporated community of Napoleon.
Phone Number: 517-536-4370
The township is named after John Norvell, one of Michigan's first U.S. senators.
Phone Number: 517-547-7786
A group of pioneers met in a home 180 years ago, on April 6, 1835 for the first Rollin Township Board meeting. The township includes the two unincorporated resort communities, Manitou Beach and Devils Lake.
Phone Number: 517-688-9223
The Grand River, Michigan’s longest river, begins at natural springs within the township. The Greater Irish Hills portion of the township includes Lake LeAnn, Lake Somerset, McCourtie Park and Somerset Center.
Village of Addison
Phone Number: 517-547-6328
Addison is defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values residents hold dear. There is pride in maintaining a wholesome lifestyle, rich in cultural history, along with a deep commitment to the preservation of environment and a progressive approach to local business.
Village of Brooklyn
Phone Number: 517-592-2591
Brooklyn is nestled in the heart of the Irish Hills, surrounded by 52 lakes within a 10 mile radius, and with a diverse business district offering a variety of goods and services to fulfill the needs of the greater community.
Village of Onsted
Phone Number: 517-467-4618
Onsted, the southwest gateway to the Irish Hills, was organized in 1883 by William Onsted, named after his father, John, who was the first person to purchase land there. Onsted became a town as a result of the Michigan and Ohio Railroad coming through and was eventually incorporated as a village in 1907.
Phone Number: 517-547-6598
A residential and commercial community with several lakes within the township. Includes the unincorporated communities of Manitou Beach and Devils Lake and the villages of Addison and Cement City.