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.


Edenville Township Offices will be closed on Monday 29th, 2023 for Memorial Day.


Edenville township is accepting bids for the removal of the tree on the

Scoops property.


May 16th 6:30 pm - 7:30pm at Swanton Hall: A Special Hearing by Parks and rec to discuss and get public input on future use of the former Scoops property for parks and rec and also some additional recreational equipment or pavilion at Swanton Hall.

May 23rd 4:00pm - 7:00pm at Swanton Hall: a Special Hearing on increasing the amount collected on the 2 fire assessments operating and truck replacement . The current fire assessments are at .85 operating and .65 truck and were approved by vote up to 5 Mills. Current discussion is to raise both to 1 mil., a .50 increase in total.

May 30th 5:30pm - 7:00pm at Swanton Hall: Special hearing on changing some township ordinances including blight ordinances, and blight enforcement.

150th Anniversary Party

July 9, 2023
Swanton Hall
Stay tuned for activity updates.
If Interested in helping  - contact Crystal Starkey 989-948-4515

Saturday, Evening Hours Planned for Landfill

The City of Midland Sanitary Landfill will offer Saturday hours beginning April 1, 2023, and will also introduce new Wednesday evening hours.


New in 2023, the Landfill will be open from 7 am - 2 pm on select Saturdays from April through November. In 2023, the Landfill will be open on the following Saturdays: April 1, May 6, June 3, July 1, July 8 (following Independence Day holiday), August 5, September 9, October 7, November 4, November 25 (following Thanksgiving holiday), and December 30 (following Christmas holiday). It will be closed on all other Saturdays.


Additionally, the Landfill will also offer evening hours, open until 6 pm on Wednesdays April through November. The Landfill is open 8 am - 4 pm every other weekday. Household Hazardous Waste Collection Dates Announced


The City of Midland Sanitary Landfill has announced the 2023 dates for household hazardous waste collection:


o Tuesday, April 18

o Thursday, June 22

o Wednesday, August 23

o Tuesday, October 24


On these dates, at no charge, Midland County residents may dispose of household items that are considered hazardous, such as chemicals, oil-based paints and stains, pesticides, insecticides, cleaning products, certain auto products, and mercury. To dispose of unused or outdated medications, visit the Dump Your Drugs drop-off in the lobby of the Law Enforcement Center during normal business hours.


Residents must schedule an appointment with the Midland County Department of Public Health Department online at http://bit.ly/midlandwaste or at 989-832-6681 in advance of the collection dates to take advantage of this service. Be prepared to indicate the type and amount of materials you wish to drop off. Only residents with appointments will be allowed to drop off materials. Large quantities of materials or materials generated from a commercial business will not be accepted. Electronic items such as cell phones, computers, printers, cords, wires, and batteries are accepted daily at Midland Recyclers, 4305 E. Ashman, located at the Landfill entrance. Due to the popularity of this free program, high traffic volumes are anticipated at the Landfill on these dates and appointment availability will go quickly. Residents’ patience is appreciated.


For more information, contact the Landfill at 989-837-6988 or visit https://cityofmidlandmi.gov/362/Landfill. The Landfill is located at 4311 E. Ashman Street in Midland.


Blue and Gold Star Memorial Dedication

Click this link to view the Save the Date

Job Opportunities

Biology Tech
Field Tech
GIS Clerk

UPDATE on Vincents Gas Station

Click here for more information

Edenville Beautification Day, April 29, 9am to 1pm, meet at Gransden

Park. Please sign out Gransden Park for that time.

Documents regarding the meeting about the  bridge on M-30 are available at the township office.

Donuts with Vets

2nd Thursday of every month @ 9:00 AM - Noon
Swanton Hall

Supervisor Hall request

Supervisor Hall requests that all committee chairs submit a budget to
the supervisor to include pay, postage, and printing/ publication costs
for the Fiscal year 2023/2024 by April 1st.

2023 Township Meetings - 5:30pm @ Swanton Hall

January 10
February 14
March 1
April 11
May 9
June 13
June 27 Approve Budget
August 8
September 12
October 10
November 14
December 13

New Trash Schedule

Please click here to view.

Edenville 7th Day Adventist Church Food Giveaway

Every 3rd Thursday of the month the Edenville 7th Day Adventist Church has a food giveaway. New this year are senior boxes for everyone over 60 can apply between 11-1 and you'll get a senior box the following month. This is in addition to the usual box of food.

The Fire Department is requesting a raise in the Fire Millages.

Read more about it here.

Veteran Services

Edenville Township has partnered with Midland County Veterans Services to provide a monthly opportunity to meet with Midland County Veterans Service Officer, Bruce Lee Hernandez (phone 989-832-6642) here in Edenville.

Bruce can help Veterans obtain their compensation/pensions, medical care, military records (i.e DD214), grave markers, as well as assist with availability of other Veterans Programs.

If you are a Veteran and/or a Veteran’s surviving spouse and have questions, please take advantage of these opportunities.

Edenville also has ongoing availability with Matthew Clark, Michigan Veteran Navigator (phone 989-272-7375) on the third Wednesday of every month from 11:00am – 12:00 noon at the Edenville Township Office.

Edenville Township is a proudly recognized Hidden Heroes Community

Please find time to attend the virtual meeting at the link in the attachment. Thursday, February 2nd, 2:00-3:00 PM ET.

Click here.

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

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. 

Click here to learn more!

Four Lakes Terrestrial Project

Public Notice of Four Lakes Task Force-Nuisance Plant- Midland and Gladwin Counties
Tittabawassee River, Gladwin and Midland Counties Bottomlands Control Project Work Plan

Four Lakes Task Force-Nuisance Plant
Discharge Management Plan (PDMP)

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.

Click here to read more!

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.

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 2022

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.

Click here for more information!


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!