Upcoming Township Meetings

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


    –To find 'Hartland *LIVE* at Home' meeting agendas, packet and minutes, go to RESOURCES.

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


    MAY 2018


    May 24, 2018 7:00 PM
    Planning Commission – Regular Meeting – CANCELED


    JUNE 2018


    Jun 5, 2018 7:00 PM
    Board of Trustees – Regular Meeting
    Jun 14, 2018 7:00 PM
    Planning Commission – Regular Meeting
    Jun 19, 2018 7:00 PM
    Board of Trustees – Regular Meeting
    Jun 28, 2018 7:00 PM
    Planning Commission – Regular Meeting


    Watch meetings LIVE on the Hartland Township CHANNEL.

  • Parks and Recreation

    Heritage Park aerial april2015

    Hartland Heritage Park, located on Highland Road west of Fenton Road, features ten sports fields for football, lacrosse and soccer.  The park was developed in cooperation with the Hartland Area Youth Athletic Association (HAYAA) and the Hartland Community Soccer Association.     














    Hartland Settlers Park, a 100-acre park accessed from Hartland Township Hall, features a more than one-mile paved walking path that winds through beautiful wooded areas, fields of wildflowers and natural ponds.Settlers Park walking path















    Winegarner Field, located on Hartland, is jointly owned with Hartland Consolidated Schools and is also available for organized or unorganized recreational use.  The park has three softball fields and a concession stand.







    Spranger Field, located just north of Fire Station 61 on Hartland Road, is available to township residents for organized or unorganized recreational use. The park has four ballfields with backstops, a concession stand and restroom pavilion, and an unpaved parking area.

    Spranger aerial





    Several organizations work in tandem with the Township to provide recreational activities, including Hartland Consolidated Schools Community Education, Hartland Area Youth Athletic Association (HAYAA) , Huron-Clinton Metroparks  and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.


    Park Rules & Rentals

    Township parks (fields, baseball diamonds, Spranger pavilion) can be rented by residents. The cooperative agreements with our local youth sporting teams gives those organizations first right to use of the venues. Thus, during spring and summer evenings and weekends, the fields and baseball diamonds are often in use. Please contact the Public Works Department for availability of your desired event.  You can also fill out a Park permit form and submit to DPW@hartlandtwp.com.


    Click here to review the Park Ordinances and Rules.

    Click here for Park Rental Rates (2016).


    Parks Master Plan

    Citizens from across the township convened to guide the creation of a Parks Master Plan that provides a vision for recreational development in Hartland Township through 2020. You can view the full plan here.



    Hartland Family Winterfest

    Many thanks to the families that attended the 2016 Hartland Family Winterfest and especially to our presenting sponsors, Pioneer Cabinetry and Hartland Insurance.  For information on the 2017 event or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Colleen Creagh Rosso at 810-632-7498.


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