Lake Township is located at 8105 W. Kelly Rd. in Missaukee County, Michigan, 49651. You can contact Lake Township officials at (231) 839-7655.
The Lake Township Board meets monthly on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm at the Township Hall.
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NOTICE: February 18, 2017 will be the last day that credit card and e-check payments will be accepted for the 2016 taxes, due to the amount of time that it takes for the funds to appear in the township bank account. Call 231 839-7655 on Tuesday or Thursday, from 10am to 2pm with questions.
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Lake Township residents may rent the township hall for functions concerning his/her immediate family. Please call the township hall at 231-839-7655 for information about cost,available dates and times. The best time to call is between Tuesday's and Thursday's 10 A.M - 2 P.M. or you may leave a voice mail then your call will be returned.
Township Recreation Plan
The FINAL DRAFT of the Lake Township Recreation Plan has been approved by the board and is open to PUBLIC COMMENT.
To view the Lake Township Recreation Plan, Click Here.
Events and Projects
This is a list of upcoming or past events that take place in our community.
Lake Township Budget, Hearing and Settlement Meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 22nd at 6:30 p.m.
Township Clean-Up will be held at the Missaukee Sanitary Drain #2 on June 10th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
An AIS (aquatic invasive species), Landing Blitz was held in Missaukee County on Friday, July 8th.
Click the image to view more information regarding the Clean Boats Clean Waters initiative.
Lake Township Information
Lake Township in Missaukee County, Michigan was organized in 1883. The Lake Township hall is located at the corner of Dickerson Road and Kelly Road. The original township hall was a two-story building built in 1884 in the Village of Jennings. The second story of the original township hall was moved to the present site in 1924. In the early 1900’s Jennings had approximately 2000 inhabitants and was engaged in the lumbering business. Several houses were moved from Jennings to Cadillac after the lumber mills closed. Today Jennings is considered a ghost town.
The population in Lake Township is approximately 2,500, according to the 2000 census and remains about the same today. Tourism is a primary industry of Lake Township. Many people living in the township work in the nearby city of Cadillac.
Lake Township has four main lakes. They are Lake Missaukee, Sapphire Lake, Crooked Lake, and Round Lake. Round Lake is privately owned and does not have a public access site. The other three lakes are all-season recreational lakes and all have public access. The Clam River also runs through the township and is considered a premier trout-fishing river.
There is a Township Park on the Clam River, located on M-55, that can be used for picnics and fishing. Crooked Lake County Park is located in Lake Township and is used for camping, picnics, fishing and boating on the lake. There is a boat launch area on Crooked Lake.
NOTICE: The Michigan Public Service Commission is advising the township that they are responsible for handling video/cable customer complaints. If customers cannot resolve the complaint by contacting their video/cable company directly, they may contact the MPSC for assistance at: Telephone: (866) 552-7725 Fax: (517) 241-2400 Mail: Michigan Public Service Commission Attn: Video Franchising 6545 Mercantile Way Lansing, MI 48909