For the 2017 Water Quality Report from the Caseville DPW, please click here

Explanation of Present Utility Bill:
Your utility bill will be quarterly; the bill will be as follows:
BASE RATE FEE OF $117.50 -- This charge covers the debt retirement bond which the Township borrowed to build the water tower and update the water plant. It also covers operations and maintenance, capital improvements, and the new lake intake. Additionally, it covers the testing and reports required by the State of Michigan, postage, billing and etc. performed by the City of Caseville.
The base rate fee is charged to all properties with a service valve  regardless of water usage.
When there is water usage, there will be an additional charge as indicated below:
USAGE CHARGE: $9.00 per 1,000 Gallons of Water used (increase adopted March 6, 2017)
Plus the base rate of $117.50 per quarter (adopted February 2015)
Example: If a person uses 10,000 gallons of water during the quarter, their quarterly bill would amount to $207.50 ($117.50 + $9.00 x 10)

Please call the Water Plant at 989-856-4407 to schedule service turn on or turn off.

There will be a charge of $75.00 for each service.

If the service can be done in groups of 4 or more, the cost is $35.00 each.



7:00 AM TO 3:00 PM.

THEY MAY BE REACHED AT 989-856-4407.

The Township would like to encourage all water customers to monitor for possible water leaks. Leaks not only waste water, but they also cost you money. Check appliances, connecting hoses, and faucets for leaks. Test your toilets by adding several drops of food coloring to the toilet tank. If it's leaking, coloring will appear in the toilet bowl, without flushing, within 30 minutes. If color appears in the toilet bowl, be sure to flush it as soon as the leakage test is finished to prevent it from staining the toilet. Worn, corroded, bent, or troubled parts can be the cause of such a leak. Replacement parts are readily available, inexpensive, and can easily be installed. We also suggest monitoring your meter. You can conduct the monitoring during a period when water is not being used. All water should be off inside and outside your residence.

How much is a leak costing you?

  • * Dripping faucets and leaking toilets account for 14% or more of all water used indoors
  • * A pinhole sized leak wastes up to 170 gallons of water per day
  • * A continuous leak, caused by water leaking through the flush tank overflow on a toilet, can waste as much as 145,000 gallons of water during a 3-month period. This would be an additional $942.50 on your water bill.

Interesting Water Usage Facts:

~ Washing machines may use up to 30-60 gallons of water per load.

~ Older model dishwashers use at least 15 gallons of water per load.

~ Older toilets (installed prior to 1994) use 3.5-7 gallons of water per flush.

~ Some new toilets use as little as 1.6 gallons per flush.

~ 20% of all toilets leak.

~ A bathtub filled half full will contain at least 50 gallons of water.

~ Faucets flow water at 3-5 gallons per minute.

~ Showerheads flow water at a rate of 5-10 gallons per minute.















Our Address

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Caseville Township
6767 Main Street
P.O Box 519
Caseville, MI 48725
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 Office will be *closed* Monday, January 15th, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.


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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

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Winter 2017 Taxes may be paid in the Township Office beginning December 1st through February 28th, 2018.

 Summer 2017 Taxes were due as of September 14.  Summer taxes may still be paid in the Caseville Township office, but please be aware that a delinquent fee will be added to the payment amount.

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Online 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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