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Edenville Township Offices

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Welcome to Edenville Township.

Edenville Township is located in north-central Midland County in the midst of state forest, farms, river life, country, and progressive living.



October 5, 2020 EGLE Document: Vegetation Growth Within the Drained Impoundment Areas (Bottomland) Frequently Asked Questions Edenville Dam Failure 

September 24, 2020  DR-4547 Stakeholder Advisory : Michiganders : Your FEMA Flood Recovery Checklist

September 21, 2020 One Week Remains to Apply for Federal Assistance

August 31 2020  SBA Presidential Fact Sheet

August 26 2020 FEMA ASSISTANCE:  Register for Disaster Assistance, Resource List

August 21, 2020  Midland County Habitat for Humanity and United Way Partner Together
for Home Revitalization Project to Help Flood Victims

July 27, 2020  U.S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:  SBA Low-Interest Federal Loans for Disaster-Related Damages,  July 9, 2020 Fact Sheet SBAJuly 13, 2020 News Release SBAJuly 21, 2020 News Release SBA

July 20, 2020 NEWS RELEASE FEMA - Internet Access Sites for Residents Applying for FEMA

July 17, 2020 NEWS RELEASE FEMA - What To Expect After Registering With FEMA

July 13, 2020: Press Release - Midland County - Federal Assistance Available

Well Water Testing

Residents whose groundwater well was impacted by flooding will need to have its water tested to ensure it is not contaminated. If a well is found to be contaminated, it should be disinfected and the water retested before consumption.  Water testing bottles and disinfecting instructions are available at Midland County Department of Public Health (Health Department) located on the second floor of the County Services Building at the address listed below:

Midland County Department of Public Health
220 W. Ellsworth Street
Midland, MI  48640
Phone: (989) 832-6380

Residents who are experiencing well issues, including decreased capacity from their groundwater wells, should also contact the Midland County Department of Public Health.


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On Monday, October 6, 2020, The state Department of Health and Human Services (MDHSS) Emergency Order reinstates face covering mandate, gathering limits.  

With continued questions about the impact of last week’s state Supreme Court order essentially invalidating the governor’s COVID-19-related executive orders, the state Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) yesterday released an order reinstating aspects of the governor’s orders. The MDHHS order was released following MTA’s email guidance to members yesterday afternoon.

MDHHS Emergency Order, “Gathering Prohibition and Mask Order,” issued under MCL 333.2253, largely reinstates three major aspects of prior emergency orders:

1) Requirements to wear masks at indoor and outdoor gatherings: The order requires individuals to wear masks at indoor and outdoor non-residential gatherings, and requires businesses and government offices to enforce mask-wearing requirements on their premises. The order also requires the wearing of masks at schools, except in Region 6, encompassing 17 northern Michigan counties.

2) Limitations on the size of gatherings: Similar to the previous expansion of gatherings announced last week, under the MDHHS order, indoor gatherings of more than 10 and up to 500 people occurring at a non-residential venue are permitted within the following limits:          

  • Attendance is limited to 20 people per 1,000 square feet (25 people per 1,000 square feet in Region 6), in venues without fixed seating.
  • In venues with fixed seating, limit attendance to 20% of normal capacity. In Region 6, gatherings up to 25% of normal capacity are permitted.
  • Non-residential outdoor gatherings of between 100 and 1,000 persons at venues with fixed seating are permitted at up to 30% of normal capacity, and at 30 persons per 1,000 square feet at venues without fixed seating.

3) Limitations on certain establishments: The order requires bars to close indoor common areas where people can congregate, dance or otherwise mingle. Indoor gatherings are prohibited anywhere alcoholic beverages are sold except for table services where parties are separated from one another by at least six feet.

The order also requires athletes training or practicing for or competing in an “organized sport” to wear a facial covering except when consistently maintaining six feet of social distance. Swimming is exempt from this requirement.

Swanton Memorial Center:  Hall rentals remain under suspension until further notice.  

Please contact the Township Office at 989-689-3655 if you have questions.

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