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Contact Information

 12010-120th Avenue
Grand Haven, MI  49417

ph: 616-846-2210
fax 616-846-2369

 HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday  - Thursday
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
1:00 pm to 5:30 pm

 Friday
Closed

BURN PERMIT LINE

842-3160


 

 Ottawa County GIS

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  Automatic Payments
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To pay your Property Taxes with a credit card (cannot accept American Express) or from your checking/savings account, click here. 3rd Party fees apply- 3% for credit cards and a $0.45 per transaction fee for checking/savings account withdrawl. Please have your tax bill available.

This service is only available on-line. This is not available at the Township Office.

Credit Cards Have Costs:  Credit card companies charge businesses and government agencies a fee for each transaction paid for with a credit or debit card.  Although private businesses can increase the cost of their goods and services to recover the credit card fee, Robinson Township cannot.  This cost is reflected in the 3rd party fee.

After March 1st Robinson Township cannot accept the previous year's tax payments. Payments must then be made at the Ottawa County Treasurer's office at 12220 Fillmore Street, West Olive.

 Medication Disposal
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Don't Flush unwanted meds!

...instead, safely dispose of your personal medications at any of the listed sites located in Holland, Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Hudsonville during regular business hours.  Call for their latest hours.

Grand Haven Township Admin Office:  13300 168th Ave. (616) 842-5988.

Grand Haven Police Dept. Admin Office:  525 Washington Ave.  (616) 842-3460.

Spring Lake Police Dept. Admin. Office:  102 W. Savidge St. (616) 842-1889.

Holland:  12251 James St.  (616) 396-5266.

Hudsonville:  3100 Port Sheldon Rd.  (616) 669-0040.

Please remove pills from the pill bottles and place them in a plastic bag before dropping them off at the site of your choosing.

If you have questions about the Ottawa County's unwanted medication collection program, please call 616-393-5645

Clean-up Our River Environment

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 Mitigation Plan
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 Welcome to Robinson Township, est. 1856
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 Township News and Highlights
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Robinson Township Board of Trustees Meeting

Regular Meeting - February 10, 2016 at 7:30 PM

Workshop Meeting - February 10, 2016 at 6:00 PM

Election Commission Meeting - February 10, 2016 at 7:15 PM

Planning Commission Meeting

February 23, 2016 at 7:30 PM 

 Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting 

 March 15th at 7:00 PM (Tentative)

Upcoming 2016 Election Dates  

The polls will be open on each Election Day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Presidential Primary - Tuesday, March 8 

(Close of Registration for this election is Feb 8) 

  • Please note - The presidential primary is open to all registered voters. Michigan does not require voters to register as a member or supporter of a political party so voters can choose to participate in either the Democratic or Republican party primary. When voters request an absentee ballot or arrive at the polls and fill out their application to vote, they must indicate in which party’s primary they wish to vote. They will then receive a ballot listing candidates for that party. Some communities will have additional special local election items on the ballot. Voters who wish only to vote in the special election may request a ballot that does not include presidential candidates.

 Special Election - Tuesday, May 3

(Close of Registration for this election is April 4)

State Primary Election - Tuesday, August 2

(Close of Registration for this election is July 5)

State General Election - Tuesday, Nov 8

(Close of Registration for this election is Oct 11)

 

 

Voter Registration  

 To register, applicants must be at least 18 years old by Election Day and be U.S. citizens. Applicants must also be residents of Michigan and of the city or township in which they wish to register.

Voters may register by mail, at the township office or by visiting any Secretary of State office.  The form is found at www.Michigan.gov/elections OR on the clerk's page of this website.   First-time voters who register by mail must vote in person in their first election, unless they hand-deliver the application to their local clerk, are 60 years old or older, are disabled or are eligible to vote under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act.

To check their registration status, residents may visit the Michigan Voter Information Center at www.Michigan.gov/vote, where they also can view their sample ballot. Residents can also find information there on absentee voting, how to use voting equipment and how to contact their local clerk. In addition, they will find a map to their local polling place.

Voters who qualify may choose to cast an absentee ballot. As a registered voter, you may obtain an absentee ballot if you are:

  • age 60 or older.
  • physically unable to attend the polls without the assistance of another.
  • expecting to be absent from the community in which you are registered for the entire time the polls will be open on Election Day.
  • in jail awaiting arraignment or trial.
  • unable to attend the polls due to religious reasons.
  • appointed to work as an election inspector in a precinct outside of your precinct of residence.

As a reminder, voters will be asked to provide identification when at the polls on Election Day. They will be asked to present valid photo ID, such as a Michigan driver’s license or identification card. Anyone who does not have an acceptable form of photo ID or failed to bring it with them to the polls can still vote. They will be required to sign a brief affidavit stating that they’re not in possession of photo ID. Their ballots will be included with all others and counted on Election Day.

Voters who don’t have a Michigan driver’s license or identification card can show the following forms of photo ID, as long as they are current:

  • Driver’s license or personal identification card issued by another state.
  • Federal or state government-issued photo identification.
  • U.S. passport.
  • Military identification card with photo.
  • Student identification with photo from a high school or an accredited institution of higher education, such as a college or university.
  • Tribal identification card with photo.