ISO Rating Lowered!

In January 2013, your Morton Township Fire Department was notified that the Township had received a lower ISO rating (Insurance Services Organization) of 7, reduced from ISA 9. That new rating in 2013 reflected improvements Chief Allen Sutherby and his team had researched, proposed and installed, which ISO recognized. That […]

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Voting News: DID YOU KNOW…

DID YOU KNOW…. You can skip the line on Election Day and vote by mail? Voting has never been easier! With the passage of Proposal 18-3 last November, new changes are available for Michigan voters. One of the biggest changes is that ALL eligible registered voters in Michigan may now […]

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Morton Township Recycling Program

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Located in the Morton Township Business Park on 9 Mile Road Open every Saturday of the month – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 (Noon) Open every Wednesday (May 29 – September 4) – 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. A Recycling Materials Guide listing the “acceptable”, “non-acceptable” and “preparation for recycling” is available at the […]

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Educational Opportunities

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Morton Township Partners with Michigan State Police to Offer Community Education Presentations Morton Township and the Michigan State Police are partnering to offer a series of Community Education Presentations. This will be a six-week series. The dates and topics are as follows: Wednesday, April 10 @ 11am Personal Safety Wednesday, […]

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Retirement System Annual Report 2018

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Public Act 202 of 2017 specifies that the local unit of government must post the Retirement System Annual Report on their website.  The required data in the report is found in the most recent audited financial report or statement.  You may access the report here.

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Recycling News!

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Allied Services has now informed me that Morton Township recycling sent them in: 2017 = 101.02 tons, 2016 = 95.18 tons, 2015 = 99.21 tons. Allied also reports their average rejection rate for food stuff, hazardous materials, and other materials that they cannot recycle and have to reject is about 35%.  They experience […]

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