Welcome to Vevay Township located in Ingham County, Michigan. The township was organized as a general law township in 1838 and is centrally positioned within Ingham County. Vevay Township lies south of the City of Mason, the county seat of government, and shares boundaries with Ingham Township to the east, Aurelius Township to the west, Leslie Township to the south.
Easily accessible from Lansing and Jackson via US-127, Vevay Township is home to those who desire a convenient location, rural setting, friendly neighbors, pleasing terrain and easy access to the region's many cultural, social and educational offerings.
In addition to residential settings, Vevay Township offers commercial and light industrial properties that draw on the cooperative efforts between the township and Mason to ensure the provision of public utilities to developing areas of the township. A growing airport serves the area and the Mason school district offers a fine system of public schools for township families.
Population: 3537 (2010 census data)
Registered voters: 2800
State Equalized Valuation (SEV): $175,854,100.00