Upcoming Township Meetings

  • All meetings are held at Hartland Township Hall unless otherwise noted. 


    –To find ‘Hartland *LIVE* at Home’ meeting agendas, packet and minutes, go to MEETING MATERIALS.

    –To view LIVE-STREAMED meetings (or the video archive), go to the Hartland Township Video CHANNEL.


    November 5, 2019 7:00 PM
    Board of Trustees – Regular Meeting

    November 7, 2019 7:00 PM
    Planning Commission- Regular Meeting

    CANCELLED November 19, 2019 7:00 PM
    Board of Trustees – Regular Meeting                                                           

    November 21, 2019 7:00 PM
    Planning Commission- Regular Meeting

    Watch meetings LIVE on the Hartland Township CHANNEL.

  • Our Community

    Hartland Township is located in Livingston County, Michigan.  Nearly 15,000 people live in Hartland Township, growing by one-third from 2000 to 2010.   Growth of the Township can be attributed to many factors: exceptional schools, a central location, favorable tax structure and opportunities for rural, suburban and lake living.


    Hartland Consolidated Schools serve the community and is widely regarded as one of the region’s best performing school systems.  The Charyl Stockwell Academy charter school, in addition to private schools in neighboring communities, provides parents with additional educational choices.


    The central business district of the Township is located at the intersection of M-59 and US-23.  Restaurant, retailers and professional services firms are concentrated on the thoroughfare, while the Village area – tucked away in a historic residential area —  features quaint buildings housing local businesses, the Music Hall and the Cromaine Library.


    The Township is governed by a Board of Trustees  with day-to-day operations director by a Township Manager.  Vision for the Township is defined in the five-year strategic plan, adopted in 2011 and most recently updated in February 2013.


    While the Township was established in 1836, its growth really began with the arrival of brothers Robert D. and Chauncy L. Crouse.  Their descendant, J. Robert Crouse, however, is credited with molding the character of this community.   Crouse established the Hartland Area Project, whose mission is summarized in this ideal: Friendly Association for Community Service.


    That principle guides life in Hartland Township even today.  


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