Upcoming Township Meetings

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    Board of Trustees Meeting

    Dec. 2, 2014 at 7 PM


    Planning Commission Meeting

    Dec. 4, 2014 at 7 PM


    Board of Trustees Meeting

    Dec. 16, 2014 at 7 PM


    Planning Commission Meeting

    Dec. 18, 2014 at 7 PM


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    Welcome to Hartland Township

    Founded in 1836, Hartland Township has maintained its small town charm while offering amenities for modern living. Centrally located between Detroit, Lansing, Flint and Ann Arbor, the Township offers direct access to expressways for convenient commutes. The choice of rural, suburban and lake living makes Hartland Township a premier lifestyle option for those working in any of the nearby southeastern Michigan business hubs.


    The Township is recognized regionally as one of area’s most welcoming and engaged communities. From the community’s exceptional schools and extensive youth sports programs to a progressive library, beautiful Township parks and an active Senior Center, the Township appeals to all generations.


    Latest News from Hartland


    Thanksgiving holiday hours

    Hartland Township Hall will be closed at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, November 26 as well as Thanksgiving Day. We will reopen on Monday, December 1. We wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving.



    Hartland Township voters approve Safer Roads Plan

    Hartland Township voters approved the Safer Roads Plan, paving the way for extensive road improvement projects.  There is now a great deal of work to be done, including more in-depth engineering analysis, bond funding, grant applications and coordination with the Livingston County Road Commission.  Residents can follow the progress of the Safer Roads plan here.



    Please take a moment to share your thoughts on Hartland parks

    As part of the Parks Master Plan process, the Department of Public Works is asking for residents' input on township parks.  Please take a moment and complete a short survey.



    Mayberry Homes purchases two Hartland Township-owned properties

    The Hartland Township Board of Trustees has signed a $1,618,998 purchase agreement with East Lansing, Mich.-based Mayberry Homes for 108.5 acres of Township-owned properties: 78.5 acres at the southwest corner of M-59 and Pleasant Valley Road and 30 acres at the northwest corner of M-59 and Fenton Road. The monies received from the sales will be dedicated to the Township Sewer Fund, as required by statute, and are not available for General Fund purposes.



    National research firm reports on Township’s residential market potential 

    A national research firm recently completed a Residential Market Potential Study and found that Hartland Township can command significantly higher per-square-foot prices on new homes, rentals and condominiums than neighboring communities. The study also anticipates that 500 new homes and rentals will be needed to meet demand in the next five to six years. 



    Hartland Township accepting applications for part-time video technician

    Hartland Township is seeking a part-time video technician to broadcast Board of Trustee and Planning Commission meetings.  For more information, click here.





    If you would like to contact Hartland Township with questions or comments, our Staff Directory can be found here