Public Notices

Public Notices
Notices of Special Meetings

Complete notices are available on front window at the Township Hall at 2525 Marathon Rd.
All Meetings will be held at the Oregon Township Hall located at 2525 Marathon Rd unless otherwise noted.

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Oregon Township Residents, 

Until further notice, Oregon Township Hall will not be open to the public due to Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home Order”, EO 2020-21, issued Monday March 23, 2020 in reference to COVID-19.  Our elected officials will continue working in order to perform necessary government activities.  Other Township employees will only work if critically necessary, to help with these necessary government activities. 

“Workers who are necessary to sustain or protect life “are defined as “critical infrastructure workers”

  • Health care and public workers
  • Law enforcement, public safety, and first responders
  • Water and wastewater workers
  • Transportation and logistics workers
  • Public works workers
  • Persons performing other community-based government operations and essential functions

We will continue processing paper work that is dropped off in the white drop box, mailed, or emailed.  Phone calls concerns will also be addressed.  You may also check our website for updates.                                                                                   You may call the office number to leave a message 810 – 664 – 5971If it is an emergency you may call Supervisor – Eldon Card at 810  660–7424 Or Clerk – Paul Spencer at 810 793–2516 Or Treasurer – Cheryl Rhein-O’Neill

Due to the COVID-19 crisis Lapeer County has declared a Local State of Emergency, the declaration will remain in effect until further notice. This step is being taken after consultation with Health Officials and County Emergency Management, and is in line with the same efforts being taken at the State and Federal level. The declaration limits crowd sizes, modifying government services as needed, and barring visibly ill persons from workplaces and businesses. Please read the declaration at

Oregon Township is taking the necessary precautions for our customers and employees during this unprecedented time, as a result of the Covid-19 Virus. We are cutting our hours down to 9am to 11 am to serve the public, but we ask if you do not need physical interaction and are just dropping off a payment please use the drop box.  If you need to speak to someone in person please call the office at 810 664-5971 to schedule an appointment. If an employee is sick I am having them stay home. Visit City website at:

As you all know we are heading into some uncharted waters in relation to dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. Be assured that the Oregon Township will remain diligent in our efforts to plan and make sure that we can continue to provide essential services to our citizens. Right now there are quite a few unknowns that are being analyzed and discussed at many different levels. We all should heed the suggestions of our public health departments and attempt to limit our unnecessary contacts for a period of time. We understand the strain this puts on all of us, especially those of us whose job it is to serve this great community. The best way for all of us to get the most accurate public health information is at the following sites: or

There are a lot of unknowns, but if we work together to mitigate the spread we will be just fine. Please continue using good hand hygiene and social distancing.

The Planning commission’s March meeting has been moved the 31st at 7:00pm to finish the Master Plan with the Township Board

The first Public Hearing for the renewal of the Police and Fire Special Assessments will be held on April 14th at 6:00pm. If you would like to comment on these renewals, we are requesting you do so in writing or call the Clerk Office at 810 664-5971 ext 206.  Emails will also be excepted and read into the record.  We would like to follow CDC guidelines.  Comments can also be dropped in the drop box out from.  Please stay safe.


All removable grave decorations must be removed by Monday, April 1, 2019 for the purpose of cleaning and preparing the Cemetery for Memorial Day. After May 1, 2019, new decorations may be placed back on the graves.

By order of the Oregon Township Board, grave blankets are allowed from November 1st   through April 1st.  Flowers, decorations, emblems and other personal items will be allowed from May 1st through October 1st.

Effective October 1, 2016:
Residents living in the Marathon Area Fire District must obtain a permit at the Marathon Area Fire Authority

Newsletter 2020

2019-2020 Preliminary Budget Report

Zoning Ordinance 2013

Oil and Gas Leasing Information

You may contact Cheryl Rhein-O’Neill if you have any questions about these reports.

New FOIA Requirements: The New Guidelines and Procedure documents can be found on the Contact Us Tab

February 8, 2011

Precinct 2 has been moved to Oregon Township Hall at 2525 Marathon Rd starting with the May 2011 Election.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Fire Protection Special Assessment
With the implementation of the Fire Protection Special Assessment, effective July 1, 2010, any residents who carry a “rider” for additional fire-run coverage on their standard homeowner’s insurance policy, may contact their insurance carrier to discuss the removal of the “rider”.

Lapeer Community Center
The interlocal agreement has resulted in a special benefit for the Township Residents. Township residents are entitled to receive the City of Lapeer rate for an Annual Pass (no other benefit applies). Anyone interested in an Annual Pass should contact the Community Center with questions at 664-4431, Monday -Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Interlocal Agreement