Welcome to Clayton Township
Clayton Township Police Department
CLAYTON CHARTER TOWNSHIP
MUST BE PRESENTED BY DECEMBER 1ST 2016
ALONG WITH CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE.
BID PACKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE TOWNSHIP OFFICE
OR THE 4 BID LINKS ARE BELOW:
In case of a water main break please call
Genesee County Water & Waste at:
MEETINGS AND EVENTS
For a listing of ALL meetings and Public Hearings, please visit our “Upcoming Events” page by clicking below:
**NOTICE TO RESIDENTS**
We are currently looking for a citizen representative for the Flushing Senior Citizens.
If you are interested please call Mike Crockett at 810-635-4433
For informational purposes please click on the link below
to receive closing information in Clayton Township:
Consumers Energy will be contacting citizens door to door along Potter Rd regarding poles being replaced. Employees of the utility and contractors for the utility all carry ID Badges to corroborate who they are. Please be aware that they are legitimately contacting residents.
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS ABOUT ASSESSORS
Clayton Township Assessors are currently in the field actively evaluating properties and will be continuing to assess properties over the next few months. Assessors will have photo I.D.’s and will be driving vehicles that are marked as Clayton Township representatives. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call the Township Offices at 810.635.4433 or email CTownship@claytontownship.org.
ATTENTION DISABLED VETERANS A special note to the Veterans of Clayton Township: You may qualify for an exemption on your residential, Homestead Property Tax. You must apply, annually, by submitting the required paperwork (Affidavit, Veteran’s Administration documentation) to the Assessor, Heather MacDermaid, at Clayton Township. An application is made by submitting a completed Affidavit for Disabled Veterans Exemption prior to the start of the March, July, or December Board of Review meeting dates. The July Board of Review may grant the exemption if the applciant otherwise qualified for the exemption but didn’t file the affidavit and supporting documentation at the Board of Review in December. Click here to read Michigan’s Veteran’s Affidavit to see if you qualify. Click here to download the Affidavit for Disabled Veteran’s Exemption Application.
Please note: This is a new program which was implemented by the State of Michigan in November, 2013. Requirements, deadlines and submission information continues to be modified as the program is established. Please continue to check this website and/or the State of Michigan website for updates.
Download: 2017 Disabled Veteran’s Affidavit
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