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NOTICES

UNADILLA TOWNSHIP NEW OFFICE HOURS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

ASSESSOR:  TUESDAY AND THURSDAY’S FROM 9 TO NOON

ZONING:  TUESDAY FROM 3 TO 6 P.M.  THURSDAY FROM 9 TO NOON

SUPERVISOR: TUESDAY 10 TO 4 AND SATURDAY 10 TO NOON

CLERK: TUESDAY 9 TO 12 AND 1 TO 4 AND BY APPOINTMENT SATURDAY

TREASURER:  TUESDAY FROM 4 TO 6 P.M. AND BY APPOINTMENT

OFFICE MANAGER: THURSDAY 9 TO NOON

WINTER TAXES CAN BE PAID AT THE GREGORY OR STOCKBRIDGE SSB BANK

EMAIL:  UNADILLATWP@YAHOO.COM

THE EMAIL IS CHECKED DAILY.   PLEASE EMAIL A MESSAGE OR INQUIRY AND WE WILL TRY TO RESPOND WITHIN 24 HOURS.


Enroll now for the 2017-2018 school year!

Livingston Educational Service Agency Early Childhood Programs are enrolling for the 2017-2018 school year.  Head Start and Great Start Readiness offer no cost/low cost to income eligible or children "at risk" who qualify under federal and state guidelines.

Families meeting eligibility guidelines have access to educational, medical and other community resources.  Children of all abilities are encouraged to apply.

For information, an application, and/or to schedule an appointment, please call (517) 548-2100.

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USDA Offers Home Repair Loans and Grants in Rural Michigan Communities

The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Rural Development is currently accepting loan applications from very low income families to repair homes in rural Michigan communities.
The funds are available through the Section 504 Home Repair Loan Program. Loans may be up to $20,000, carry an interest rate of 1 percent and can be used to for repairs, improvements, weatherization, and to make a home accessible for persons with a disability. In addition to loan funds, grant funds up to $7,500 are available for homeowners 62 years or older for repairs to remove health or safety hazards, and/or remodel dwellings to make them accessible to household members with disabilities.
Applicants must have an acceptable credit history (loans only), meet income guidelines, have repayment ability to service the new loan and any existing obligations, be a United States citizen or legally admitted for permanent residence, and own and personally occupy the home on a permanent basis.
Program is restricted to homes located in eligible areas. Please see website to check your address of your home or contact the Mason Office. All of Livingston county is considered Rural.
To learn more, contact the USDA Rural Development Mason Office at 517-676-4644 Ext. 4 or visit www.rd.usda.gov/mi

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USDA Offers Loans to Purchase Homes in Rural Michigan Communities

The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Rural Development is currently accepting loan applications from low income families to purchase homes in rural Michigan communities
Home purchases are supported through the Section 502 Direct Loan Program. Loans provide 100% financing, no down payment, no monthly Private Mortgage Insurance, no points, and no origination fees. Loan is has a fixed interest rate for a term of 33 or 38 years. In some cases, if income is low enough, applicants may qualify for subsidized payments to reduce their interest rate payment down to 1%. Loan funds can also assist current eligible homeowners with much needed repairs at reasonable rates and terms.
“The low interest rate, extended loan term, and the possibility of reduced payment allows the applicant to qualify for a higher loan amount to purchase a decent, safe, and sanitary housing for them or their family,” said Mason Area Office Director Bruce Miles. “In addition, our area loan limits have recently been increased to accommodate the modest housing market.”
Applicants must have an acceptable credit history, meet income guidelines, have repayment ability to service the new loan and any existing obligations, be a United States citizen or legally admitted for permanent residence, and own and personally occupy the home on a permanent basis.
To learn more, contact the USDA Rural Development Mason Office at 517-676-4644 Ext. 4 or visit www.rd.usda.gov/mi
A brochure is attached for each program. If you are interested in setting up a time to discuss these programs in more detail, please let me know!

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To purchase traffic reports please visit the Police Department Page


We would like to Thank our Township Residents for coming out to Vote on May 2nd.
The Millage for all Three: Police Department, Fire Department and Roads all PASSED!


Please participate in our new parks and recreation survey, so you can help plan our future.

www.surveymonkey.com/r/UnadillaParks


UNADILLA TOWNSHIP

Stockbridge Community Education
Offers all sorts of classes and programs for adults and kids
Click here to read more


Livingston Recycling Guide
170 Catrell Street
Howell, MI 18843
(517) 548-4439

Click here for the flier


Unadilla Township is seeking public input regarding the Township’s 2017 Recreation Master Plan. A public hearing has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 9 at 7:00 at the township hall.

Click here to view the Master Plan

 
Lakeland Trailhead
Unadilla Township has six miles of Lakeland Trail from Pinckney to Stockbridge.  We are excited to announce our trail head construction in Gregory will begin begin in the Summer of 2016.  Trail head at the intersection of M-36 and 106, next to Gregory Hardware store.  Lots of parking on the North side of the building, staging area for the horses and a public rest area.  Trail visitors are welcome to visit our local grocery store, eateries and business.

Unadilla Trail Section Operated By:
Unadilla Township
126 Webb Street
Gregory, Mi 48137


    

January of 2016 will start the Adopt a Trail Program Click Here for application

 
WELCOME

Welcome to the Unadilla Township website.  This website is provided as a community service.  We hope you find your visit helpful and interesting.  Unadilla Township is located at the southwest corner of Livingston County, Michigan.  Unadilla Township is a general law township which includes the unincorporated Villages of Plainfield, Gregory and Unadilla.  The Township Hall is located at 126 Webb Street (one block east of Main Street in the Village of Gregory).  Unadilla Township is located two miles east of Stockbridge and four miles west of Pinckney.  The population of the Township is 3,366 ( 2010 Census).

CONTACT INFORMATION

Telephone:  (734) 498-2502  |  Fax:  (734) 498-2372  |  Email:  unadillatwp@yahoo.com  |  Address:  126 Webb Street, P.O. Box 120 Gregory, MI 48137-00120  |  Founded 1835

Gregory's 40th 4th of July Celebration Activities Schedule

LESA Early Childhood Programs

MEETINGS

Township Board of Trustees - 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Public Safety Meeting - Scheduled as needed

Parks & Recreation Committee Meeting - 1st Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. Meetings take place at the Unadilla Township Community Park, weather permitting.  in case of rain, meeting will be held at the Township Hall.

Unadilla Area Senior Citizens - Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 a.m., lunch served at 12:00 noon

Township Hall Hours - Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, closed holidays

WHEELS FOR WISHES - Benefiting Make-A-Wish Michigan

INTERESTED IN A COSTCO MEMBERSHIP? - Click here for details

     Gregory Fourth of July Celebration


 

 

Links:

Board Members

Handout (Township hours and contact information)
(click here for printable pdf)

 

PARKS IMPROVEMENTS:  Unadilla Township Community Park

 Monthly meetings are the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00. Meeting takes place at The Unadilla Township Community Park, weather permitting.
In case of rain, meeting will be held at The Township Hall.


  Come out to the Unadilla Township Community

Park to see what our latest grant helped fund: A wonderful playscape and

swing set for our younger residents, or ones that are just young at

heart. Remember: 7 Laps around the Park equals 1 Mile.

 "In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, sex, familial status, sexual orientation, and reprisal."

 
 
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