Township Trustee Position
Raisin Township is currently seeking letters of intent from people interested in serving on the Township Board in the position of Trustee. Interested parties should submit their letter to the Raisin Township Clerk no later than 4pm on Monday, July 17th, 2017. Letters can also be placed in the township drop box after hours. For additional information please click on the following link:
Did you know that you can pay your taxes online? Click the link for information: http://raisinchartertownship.com/township-meetings/treasurer/pay-taxes/
Dump Days – NEW INFORMATION
NOTE: Lenawee County Solid Waste is sponsoring a LARGE TIRE COLLECTION EVENT on Saturday, August 26th, 2017 from 8am – 2pm at the Lenawee County Fair Grounds. See link below for details and pricing:
Township dump day is July 15th, the event will last from 8 AM to noon.
Additional Information regarding Dump Days can be accessed on the Resident Services webpage or at the following link:
The Raisin Township Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of paid on call Firefighter/EMT’s. All training is provided. Applications can be picked up at the fire station located at 5525 Occidental Hwy, Tecumseh, MI 49286 M-F 8am-5pm or email Fire Chief Eddie Mathis at email@example.com. If you do not live in Raisin Township and would like to serve your community contact your local Fire Department.
Request for Proposal – Financial Audit Services
Raisin Charter Township invites qualified Certified Public Accounting firms to submit a bit for Financial Audit Services. Please click on the link below to view the attached document detailing the specifications for this RFP.
Raisin Township Hall will be observing Summer Hours from Monday, June 5, 2017 through Monday, September 4, 2017.
Mondays – CLOSED
Tuesday to Thursday – 8am – 4pm
Friday – 8am – noon
For Sale: 1992 Amertek Airport Crash Truck
Red Med Box
Please click on the link provided for the Red Med Box, the link information includes, the location and what is accepted by the Red Med Box.
Raisin Twp. police department would like to remind our residents that with the weather getting warmer, residents are reminded that they lock their vehicles and homes. The County (as a whole) is starting to see a lot of car B&E’s. Please take the time to ensure that you are locking your vehicles and removing anything of value from your vehicles.
Over the next several months, the Raisin Charter Township Board of Trustees will be reviewing information related to the Medical Marijuana Facilities Licensing Act. In an effort to obtain as much information as possible, we will be posting informational articles and publications on the Township website. We encourage all citizens to become informed on this topic and join us when we hold our Town Hall meetings. Stay tuned to the website for dates and times for upcoming meetings related to this topic.
Raisin Township Election Commission adopted a resolution on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 creating a third precinct in Raisin Township. Please click on the links below for details.
Poverty Exemption Information : Click on the links below to obtain information: