Burtchville Township is located in the north-eastern corner of St. Clair County, Michigan. Within our site you will find information on the past history of Burtchville Township, maps of township, and current information for the citizens who live here. You will also find Township newsletters, meeting minutes and photos of the Township area and it's park and our cemetery.
2015 WATER QUALITY REPORT - Now Available
Consumer Confidence Report (Click for Report)
Notice of Public Meeting Zoning Board of Appeals
Monday, June 13th at 7:30 p.m.
at the Burtchville Township Hall regarding an interpretation request for the parcel at 3845 Norman Rd. Burtchville, MI (Click here to view/print full Notice)
From The Supervisor’s Desk:
The renovation of the Old Township Hall is finished and just waiting for people to enjoy their special occasions, showers and parties.
Beginning January 1, 2014, the Old Township Hall will be available for rent. We feel you will enjoy our unique hall for all your social gatherings.
The rental fee is $50.00 with a $50.00 deposit. The deposit fee will be refunded upon inspection by the building supervisor who will make sure the hall is left in good condition as outlined in the Burtchville Old Township Hall Policies and Rules.
The Old Township Hall Rental Agreement and Policies and Rules documents are available to you on this web site.(Click to View/Print them Here)
The EDA serves at St. Clair County's lead economic development agency and is a free resource available to assist you with site location and a variety of services to help your business build, buy, expand and prosper in our region.
Special Note - BURNING PERMITS
In the event the Township Office is
closed and you are in need of a
burn permit, you can call the
Township Fire Department
(810.385.4443) and leave the
• Property Address
• Property Owner Name
• Phone number
• Dates of burning
• What is being burned.
Come visit our chapel.
We have a lovely cemetery and chapel
for those who wish to
ones here.(Please check the rules and
regulations for cemetery etiquette.
If you do not have a set of rules,
you can pick up a copy
at the Township Hall.)