July 7 is the last day to
register to vote in the August 5, 2014 Primary Election. Come into the
Township Office any day from 9-12 or 1-5. Absentee ballots are available
until the day before the election.
Am I Registered? Where do I vote? What is on the ballot? Go to www.Michigan.gov/vote . After entering your
name, birth date and zip code, it will tell you what precinct you are in, your
voting location, a map to your voting location, what elections are scheduled
and show you a sample ballot.
Not sure what Proposal
14-1 is about on the August 5 Primary ballot?
Monitor Township received a $639,000
Stormwater, Asset Management and Wastewater (SAW) program grant. Read the press release.
Monitor Township Fire Department is now
offering green reflective house number signs to put on your mailbox for
$15.00. Call them at 684-6320 to get yours today!Make sure emergency vehicles can find your house!
Street Light Out?
Click here to report a Street Light outage to Consumers
Call 894-8350 for Bay
Fire Truck For Sale
Township is taking bids again
for the sale of its 1984 GMC Pierce Brigadier Suburban-Pumper Truck. Click here for truck details and bid process information.
This website is for
informational purposes only. In the case of any discrepancy between these
versions and the official hard copy versions, the official hard copy will
prevail. The web version of any of the codes or information may not reflect all
of, or the most current, legislation that has been passed.
WELCOME TO MONITOR
Monitor Township is located in
western Bay County and is bounded on the north by Townline Rd, on the south by
Hotchkiss, on the west by 8 Mile Rd. The east boundary is Two Mile Rd from Townline south to Fisher and Euclid from Fisher south to Hotchkiss. Township Map. Map to Township
Storing an RV, boat, or utility
trailer in your yard?
Know the numbers! 1in 1acre or less; 5feet from the property
line; 0in front
yard. See the Ordinance.
Questions about the new Bay
Area Water Treatment Plant?
On June 17, 2014 at the
Monthly Bay County Firefighters Association meeting two firefighters and two
paramedics were given the Life Saving Award for their actions concerning an
automobile accident that occurred on 01-16-2014 in which the vehicle rolled
over and the driver was ejected and received life threatening injuries. Due to
their training and commitment to their communities each received a certificate
and pin that they will wear proudly on their uniforms. Captain Meier and
Firefighter Weaver are from the Monitor Township Fire Department and Joe Dean
and Kyline Gray are Paramedics with McLaren Bay Regional Hospital.
Listed below are the
certificates that they received and describes their part in the rescue. We are
grateful and proud of their service and congratulate each one for a job well