Torch Lake Township is seated in northern Michigan between Torch Lake and Lake Michigan.

Below are links to Torch Lake Township departments,  officials, forms and documents.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Township facts
Helpful links
Annual budgets

ELECTED OFFICIALS

Supervisor
Treasurer
Clerk

Trustees

APPOINTED OFFICIALS

Assessor
Ordinance Enforcement Officer
Zoning Administrator

BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND DEPARTMENTS

Board of Review
EMS
Fire Department
Planning Commission
Torch Lake Township Board
Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA)

COMMITTEES

View a list of all committees

ELECTIONS

View election information

STAFF

Full roster

TAXES

Pay TLT taxes online

FORMS AND APPLICATIONS

View a complete list of forms
and applications

ORDINANCES / ETC.

Zoning Ordinance
Township and police ordinances
Pending and new ordinances
Land Use Plan

AGENDAS AND MINUTES

Regular meeting agendas
Nonregular meeting agendas
Minutes for past meetings

FOIA

Miscellaneous documents


Torch Lake Township Election Information

The Torch Lake Township polling place for all elections is the meeting room of the Township Hall - located at 2355 US 31 in Kewadin.

General regulations:

The polling place is open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Persons who are in line at 8:00 pm are permitted to vote.

Voting requirements are that a person has to be a resident of the township for at least 30 days, must be 18 years old (or will be 18 by the next election), and is a US citizen. In order to be eligible, the voter's registration must have occurred at least 30 days prior to the election. Residents may register with the Torch Lake Township Clerk, Deputy Clerk, County Clerk or at any Secretary of State Motor Vehicle Office.

Presidential, state and local elections:

The Presidential, local primary and general elections are held every 4 years on the first Tuesday of August and November. The state primary and general elections are also held every 4 years but at 2 year intervals to the presidential and local elections. They are also held on the first Tuesday of August and November.

Absentee ballots:

Applications for absentee ballots are obtained from the office of the Clerk or by completing the Application for Absent Voter's Ballot.

Absentee ballots are available in the Clerks office 45 days prior to elections. Voters complete absentee ballot applications in order to receive absentee ballots. Torch Lake Township does not maintain a permanent absent voter list. Voters must request an absentee ballot for each election in which they wish to vote as an absentee.

Please direct questions on elections or voter registrations to Torch Lake Township's Clerk or the State of Michigan.

View the Application for Absent Voter's Ballot.

 
       
Torch Lake Township.

Street address: 2355 N US-31 | Kewadin, MI 49648
Mailing address: Post Office Box 713 | Eastport, MI 49627
Phone (231) 599-2036 | Fax (231) 599-2981
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