Emergency: 911
Sewer Emergency: (810) 767-2040
Township Office: (810) 629-1537
Email: info@fentontownship.org

Fenton Township Office Open to the Public Effective 1/11/21
Waste Collection Moves to Friday for all Fenton Township Residents Effective 2/1/21

Fenton Township Office and Civic Community Center

Welcome to The Charter Township of Fenton

Fenton Township Office & Civic Community Center, 12060 Mantawauka Dr. Fenton, MI 48430
Phone: (810) 629-1537 • Fax: (810) 629-9736
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Notifications and Current Events

Township Board Meeting to be Held Electronically

Please take notice that a regular meeting of the Fenton Township Board will be held on Monday March 1, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. via Zoom. Read the full notice »

Election Commission Meeting to be Held Electronically

Please take notice that a meeting of the Fenton Township Election Commission will be held on Monday March 1, 2021 at 6:45 p.m. via Zoom. The purpose of the meeting is to formally approve the temporary consolidation of voting precincts for the May 4, 2021 Special Election. Read the full notice »

2021 March Board of Review Meeting Schedule

The Fenton Township Board of Review for March 2021 will be held by electronic remote access, unless by the dates of the March Board of Review meetings it becomes lawful under state agency rules and statute for an in-person meeting to be held. Read the full notice »

Waste Collection Moves to Friday for all Fenton Township Residents Effective February 1, 2021

Effective the week of February 1, 2021, Republic Services will be changing the waste and recycle collection day for all Fenton Township residents covered under the Township’s contract. Everyone’s service day will be Friday, with the first collection under this “single-day” approach on Friday February 5th. Read the full notice »

Fenton Township Office Open to the Public - Monday January 11th

The Fenton Township office is now open to the public and has resumed regular office hours as of Monday January 11, 2021. When visiting the office, please practice proper social distancing and observe safety precautions, including wearing a face mask or face covering while inside the building. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, residents are strongly encouraged to continue using alternate methods of communicating and transacting business with the township whenever possible. Read the full notice »

Sewer System Update - November, 2020

Fenton Township continues to receive inquiries regarding the increased sewer use fees that were implemented in September 2006. Read the full announcement »

Coronavirus Impact on the Sewer System

The COVID-19 virus has created a greater focus on cleaning and sanitizing in the home. It is vitally important that residents avoid flushing products other than toilet paper down a toilet during COVID-19 cleaning, or any other cleaning activity. Read the full notice »

Fenton Township Realigns Voting Precinct Boundaries

Fenton Township recently completed a realignment of voting precinct boundaries to improve efficiency for future elections. The changes were adopted by a resolution of the Fenton Township Election Commission on December 16, 2019, and then submitted to the Michigan Bureau of Elections for implementation. Read the full notice »

Open Burning Prohibited in Fenton Township

With the arrival of autumn, we would like to take this opportunity to remind residents that open burning is illegal in Fenton Township. The only exceptions to the open burning ban are as follows. Read the full notice »

Principal Residence Exemption Doesn't Expire

The Michigan Department of Treasury is reminding residents that a Principal Residence Exemption – known as a PRE – does not expire. Inaccurate posts being shared on social media are claiming that Michigan taxpayers will experience a surge in property taxes due to their PRE expiring after 25 years. In return, the state Treasury Department and local assessors are experiencing a surge in inquiries from residents who are trying to verify this misinformation or submit unneeded paperwork. Read the full announcement from the State of Michigan »

Community Survey - Genesee: Our County, Our Future

Help Genesee County Metropolitan gather input for their long-range plan for the County. This comprehensive planning document will create a vision by analyzing land use, transportation, housing, environment and infrastructure. We need input from stakeholders like you!

Visit www.ourfuturegenesee.org/get-involved to see upcoming events, learn more about the community planning process and take their survey and help Fenton Township win a $2,000 Beautification Grant!

Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GeneseeOurCountyOurFuture

Genesee Health Plan Announces New Senior Dental Program

Genesee Health Plan announced a new, free Senior Dental Program for Genesee County residents age 60 or older. The program aims to provide dental coverage to Genesee County seniors and veterans who don’t have access to dental coverage. Read the full announcement »

Cable Television Service Complaints & Dispute Resolution

The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) is responsible for the implementation and oversight of Public Act 480 of 2006 - Uniform Video Services Local Franchise Act (the Act). Section 10 of the Act provides a video/cable dispute resolution process at the MPSC to be used by customers, providers and municipalities. This dispute resolution process allows customers who are unable to resolve their video/cable television complaints with their provider to file a complaint with the MPSC. Read the full announcement »

Free Latex Paint Recycling for Genesee County Residents

Residents of Genesee County can now bring their left-over, unused, and unwanted latex paint to the Genesee County Habitat for Humanity Restore in the City of Flint to be recycled at NO CHARGE! Regular business hours are Tuesday through Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Read the full announcement »

Fenton Township Financial Statements Online

Audited financial statements for the Charter Township of Fenton can be downloaded from the Michigan Department of Treasury website.