Edenville Township Offices

Edenville Veteran’s Memorial

Edenville Township Offices

Edenville Township Offices

Edenville Park

Gransden Park

Edenville Township Offices

Edenville Township Offices

Tittabawassee River

Tittabawassee River

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.


The Edenville Township office will be closed on Friday July 1st and Monday July 4th

Notice of Public Hearing on June 28th @5:30pm

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Information Meeting

Meeting for the public to hear what the status of the former Vincent's gas station is.

Monday July 25th 6pm Swanton Hall Edenville

New Bids

We are now accepting bids for new handicapped accessible doors at the township offices, and security system

Budget Workshop Meeting

Meeting Dates: June 6th 6:00pm, June 8th 4:00pm, June 13th 6:00pm

Dedication of Rooker Crossing

Will be held at 11:30 am on August 13th, 2022 at Rooker crossing (end of Baker Rd on the East side of the river).

Four Lakes Task Force - At-Large Operations Assessment

As you are aware, Four Lakes Task Force has been through a comprehensive process to identify a fair assessment methodology for Operations and Maintenance of the Secord, Smallwood, Edenville and Sanford dams. This is process will occur to establish the final number in 2022.

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For all Military and Veterans and their families:
Matthew Clark Veteran and Military Family Navigator

Will be at the Edenville Township Offices On the third Wednesday on every month to assist you with support and services available to you. From Noon to 2 pm

Notice of Edenville Township Public Hearing

Edenville Township Public Hearing on reinstating the Weed Assessment April 19th at 6:00 PM Swanton Memorial Center small meeting area.

Edenville Township is pleased to announce that Howdens Lawn Service has secured the contract to mow all of the township properties for 2022.

Thank you to everyone who submitted bids.


Edenville Township has contracted with local property owner John Marsh to conduct noxious weed mitigation the lake bed in Edenville Township. We are attempting a 70% solution for the weed problem. Please stay 500 ft away from his equipment at all times. Mowing will start immediately starting at the southern end of the township.

Caring for the needs of hidden heroes; Wounded Warrior Project visits Edenville

Hidden Heroes

Edenville Township is proud to support military and veteran caregivers, our community’s hidden heroes, as an Elizabeth Dole Foundation Hidden Heroes City. Founded by Senator Elizabeth Dole in 2012, the Elizabeth Dole Foundation and it’s Hidden Heroes Campaign brings vital attention to the untold stories of military caregivers and provides a network for military caregivers to connect with their peers and access carefully vetted resources. If you are a military or veteran caregiver, please visit hiddenheroes.org to discover hundreds of carefully vetted resources and an online peer support community exclusively for caregivers. 

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Supervisor Terrance Hall presented a plaque to Mr. Ethan Finney for his sincere portrayal in the cemetery reenactment event at the Old Edenville Cemetery.

Award Picture

Pay Property Taxes Online!

EDENVILLE TOWNSHIP residents can now pay their property taxes with a credit card or debit card.

Taxes may be paid in 2 ways by calling 1-888-604-7888 (allpaid) or on your computer or smartphone by going to:


You will need your property tax bill with you to do this as your parcel # is needed for the transaction.

AllPaid does charge the residents a courtesy fee for doing this.

Public Notice of 2021 Township Meetings

All township board meetings except for July and March are on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at Swanton Hall in the small meeting room new time 5:30 pm. Meetings can be attended in person.

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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

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.


EDENVILLE STRONG! Become a Volunteer Firefighter! Please give Chief Roger Dufresne a call at 989-600-1631 for more information!