|WWRA Recycle Bins Return|
The WWRA recycle bins have returned to the eastern end of the Dexter Township Hall parking lot.
Thank you for your patience as we waited for the concrete to fully cure.
|Election Commission Meeting - August 19, 2014|
The Dexter Township Election Commission will meet on Tuesday, August 19, 2014, at 10:15 am in the Dexter Township Hall, 6880 Dexter-Pinckney, Dexter, to authorize an absent voter counting board for the November 4, 2014, General Election and to review and approve the minutes of the July 15, 2014, Election Commission.
The full notice is now available.
|WWRA Recycling Bins [more]|
Due to upcoming construction project for the Dexter Township Hall parking lot, the WWRA recycling bins will be removed temporarily starting on .
sites are available, including the Webster Township Hall, at 5665 Webster Church, Dexter, MI
The bins may be removed as early as Thursday, July 3rd.
It is anticipated that the bins will return in early or mid-August.
We apologize for this inconvenience, but look forward to swiftly completing improvements to the parking lot.
|Purchase of Development Rights Matching Funds Project - August 1, 2012 (Click to Read More)|
On November 15, 2011, after a presentation made by township residents, the Board of Trustees pledged a general fund appropriation of up to $5,000.00 in matching funds for public donations received in 2012 to support the application of the Ruhlig farm in Dexter Township to the Washtenaw County Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) program. The County Nat(ural) Area(s) levy that appears on the winter tax bill funds this program. Fundraising efforts have been organized by Mr. Barry Lonik. Donations from the public on behalf of the Ruhlig PDR application will also be accepted at the township hall. Should the Ruhlig application not be selected for PDR funding any public donations accepted will be returned. Please contact the township at (734) 426-3767 with any questions.
|Fuel Assistance Resource - May 15, 2012 (Click to Read More)|
The Washtenaw County Office of Community & Economic Development has partnered with four agencies in the County to help provide emergency financial assistance to Washtenaw County residents in danger of deliverable fuel shut-off. Please click here
for additional information.
|Hudson Mills Cemetery Project - September 6, 2011 (Click to Read More)|
Upon completion of his Eagle Scout project, Mark Anderson, Eagle Scout candidate and member of local BSA Troop 477 of Dexter, presented it to the Dexter Township Board of Trustees. The Hudson Mills Cemetery has been under Township control since 1841 and the last inventory of burial plots was recorded in 1988. Mr. Anderson’s Hudson Mills Cemetery Project provides a very complete record including a photo inventory of all monuments and an identification of all grave sites by geographic grid. A digital copy is now available on the “Links” page of our website, or you can access it by clicking here
. Many thanks to Mr. Anderson for the tremendous amount of time and effort put forth in the coordination and completion of this excellent project!