Charter Township of Monitor

Linda K. Ferguson

Clerk

Mon-Fri 9am-12pm and 1pm-5pm
989-684-7203

Linda K. Ferguson

clerk@monitortwp.org

Pam Reinhardt

deputyclerk@monitortwp.org

Notary services are available to our residents at no cost. Call the Township offices for available times:  (989) 684-7203

Note:  A notary witnesses a signature on a document. They do not verify the accuracy of the document being signed. Please DO NOT SIGN any document before arriving at the Township Offices

If you are making non-structural changes to your home in the way of normal repair, replacement or maintenance, you should file Form #865 which would exempt the cost of these improvements from assessment until the property is sold.

Terms:  Jan 1, 2019 - Dec 31, 2020

 

Terry M. Spencer,  Secretary

Paul Wenzloff        

Robert Kienbaum   

Darlene Trigg       

Wade Eckenrod - Alternate  

Notice to all votes: Photo id required

Due to recent changes in election law, all voters appearing at the polls must show a government-issued or school-issued photo I.D. prior to voting.  In the event that you do not have any valid identification, you will be required to sign an affidavit attesting to that before being allowed to vote.  Please contact the Clerk`s office for more information.

Voter Registration Opportunities

  1. In person – Monitor Township Clerk`s Office during regular business hours
  2. Mail-In – Voter registration forms are available online on this site, at the Monitor Township Office, or at www.michigan.gov/vote By law, voters registering by mail must appear in person at a polling place the first time they vote.
  3. Any Secretary of State`s Office – Important Notice:  Michigan law now requires that the same address be used for voter registration and driver`s license purposes. Therefore, if the residence address you provide when registering to vote differs from the address shown on your Michigan driver`s license or personal identification card, the Secretary of State will automatically update your driver`s license or personal identification card address and mail you an address update sticker for your driver`s license or personal identification card.

Absentee Ballot Box

Absentee Ballots may be deposited in our new, larger Drop Box on the south end of the parking lot just to the right of the “Stop” sign.

Young Adults Voting

Young adults may register to vote before they are eighteen (18) if they will be eighteen years old by the date of the election in which they wish to vote.  To be eligible to vote in an election, a person must be registered to vote in the proper jurisdiction at least thirty (30) days prior to the date of the election.

Michigan Voter Information

www.michigan.gov/vote

This site provides residents with information regarding their voter registration status, upcoming elections, clerk information and how to use the voting equipment chosen by their county.  The information provided includes registration status and a map and address for the voter`s polling location.  Also, please feel free to call the Clerk`s office at 989-684-7203 with any question regarding elections and voter registration.

PRE’s are exempt from some school operating millage rates. A property owner shall only be permitted one principal residence exemption. A signed affidavit is required from the property owner to be eligible. NOTE: It is the responsibility of the homeowner to file this affidavit. They do not expire unless they are rescinded. Please contact the Assessing Office should you have any questions about Principal Residence Exemptions.

Special Permits

The Clerk is available to assist you with any of the following applications:

– Wireless Communications

– IFT

– PA 116