In Loving Memory of Bailey

April 6, 2000 to May 19, 2018

 
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In accordance with Michigan Law (Michigan Act 339 of 1919: THE DOG LAW), all dogs in the state of Michigan must be licensed every year beginning at the age of four months. Click here for more information.

Licenses are available yearly at the Township Office during winter tax season, beginning in December through the end of February. The fee is $15 for unsexed (dogs that have been spayed/neutered). Licenses for dogs that have not been spayed or neutered are $20. After March 1st, licenses must be obtained at the Huron County Treasurer's Office, and the cost then is $40.  Get your dog license early and not only save money, but avoid any penalty.

Please bring a copy of your animal's rabies certificate with you to the office, along with proof that your dog has been spayed or neutered - this must be presented in order to get a license.

A veterinarian's receipt for a rabies vaccination *is not* the same as a rabies certificate.

 

 

 

Our Address

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Caseville Township
6767 Main Street
P.O Box 519
Caseville, MI 48725
989-856-3053
Fax 989-856-9653

Office Hours:

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday - Friday
Unless otherwise posted
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 * For your convenience,
 there is an after-hours drop-box
 located at both entrances of
the Township Hall.*
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Public Notices

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The Caseville Township Offices will be *closed* Monday, May 28th, in observance of Memorial Day.

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See the source imageRegarding the water issue reported on the news, please be aware that the problem is isolated to one location - St. Roch Church.  The City of Caseville does routine testing and samples are periodically sent to the State of Michigan.  The current sample was taken from St. Roch Church, and was taken from the line for the sprinkler system, not the main line.   The sprinkler line is not in use, so the water is stagnant, which is most likely the cause of the increased levels of trihalomethane.  The State of Michigan does not look at isolated incidents, they only look at the entire report(s) as a whole.  The problem does not effect Township Water.  Again, it is an isolated issue, and the DPW is working to remedy the problem.  If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Township Office, or the DPW directly at 989-856-4407.

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Winter Taxes were due as of February 28, 2018.  Taxes can no longer be paid in the Township Office. All 2017 taxes must now be paid through Huron County.

 

 

Huron County Treasurer, Deb McCollum

 250 E. Huron Ave.

Room 204

P.O. Box 69

Bad Axe, MI 48413

(989) 269-9238

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RECYCLING IS HERE!!!

Caseville Township has made arrangements with Thumb Industries, Inc. for a permanent recycling trailer located in the parking lot of the Caseville Family Market at 6730 Main St. in Caseville.  The trailer is available to the public daily, all year round.

This is a FREE, VOLUNTARY, option for Caseville Township residents to be able to recycle. 

For a list of recyclable items accepted by Thumb Industries, please click here

See the source imageOnline Bill Pay is available via credit card or e-check by clicking here and selecting from the "online payments" menu on the left-hand side.  Credit cards are also accepted in our office.

 *Please be aware that the credit card company charges a 3% fee for credit card payments, and a flat $3.00 charge for e-check payments.*

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