The Township’s newly revised Master Plan is now available. You may view it by clicking on this link. Please allow time for the document to load.
There has been much discussion in the national news lately about whether your vote on November 8th counted or even was counted correctly. A recount of all Presidential ballots in Ingham County was recently completed confirming that in the two precincts in Vevay Township the recounted ballots perfectly matched the count turned in by the Vevay Clerk’s Office on November 8th. This shows that not only did your vote count in Vevay Township but that it was counted accurately the first time.
The Vevay Township Board would like to thank ALL the election help that worked so hard on Election Day. The Township had such good results because everyone involved did such a good job. Your dedication and attention to detail has served all of us well. Again, thank you for all of your efforts!
We would also like to commend the Vevay Clerk’s Office for their continued dedication, expertise and professionalism.
Vevay Township Board
The Vevay Township Board of Trustees has approved distribution of the newly revised draft Master Plan as recommended by the Planning Commission. The draft plan may be viewed at the following link on this website: http://www.vevaytownship.org/index.php/documents/master-plan/
The Mason Fire Chief has issued a ban on burning due to dry weather conditions. The ban applies to Vevay Township and is effective until further notice from the Mason Fire Department.
Dual applications are now available to request ballots for the August Primary and the November General Election. You may stop into the Township Office or call Deputy Clerk Brett Linsley at 517-676-9523 to ask for an application.
Absentee ballots are due by 8 p.m. on Election Day. We would ask that you return your ballot no later than 4 p.m. on Monday, March 2nd to assist the Clerk’s Office in having an orderly election day. The Clerk’s Office will have special office hours for election business only on Saturday, April 31st from 10am until 2pm. You are welcome to drop ballots at the Township Hall after hours in the drop box located at the east entrance of the building.