• Town Hall

  • Fire Department

  • Community Center

Welcome to Clement Township

Working together with you on the road to a better community

Clement Township was established in 1884. It was originally an old school house and eventually was built on to, which included a basement, current offices and kitchen area. The Township currently has 805 registered voters and a total of 1757 taxed parcels. The commercial and state forests are about 50% of the total acreage of the Township.

The Township Meetings are held the Second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.

Our office hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

PRESS RELEASE

FERC, Spicer Engineering, the operation employees of Boyce Hydro and the Emergency Manager Director of Gladwin County have issued an order to have the following bodies of water lowered effective May 21, 2020 beginning at 8:00 a.m.

Secord Lake, Smallwood Lake and the Tittabawassee River

This is being done to ensure the safety of our residents and to allow for the proper inspection of dams owned by Boyce Hydro.

Residents are URGED to remove all watercraft within three (3) days to guarantee proper storage of boats prior to the lake levels falling. At this time, there is not a determined date in which the water levels can be restored to seasonal levels, due to the possible need for repairs after the inspections are complete.

NEW REPUBLIC WASTE SERVICE RESTORATION UPDATE

Please click here to read their changes in garbage and refuse collection!

ATTENTION RESIDENTS

Clement Township is monitoring the ever-evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely, including recommendations from the state and federal government.

Due to this the Township offices will be closed to the public, until further notice. Residents can either call the office and we will get back to you, if we are not in the office at the time you called. Otherwise, you can email us, using our email addresses located on the township website or in your copy of the brochure mailed to you on December 1, 2019. Depending what the state and the federal government actions are, will determine when we can open the office. We hope all the residents will be safe, and do not hesitate to reach out to the township.

THANK YOU… THE CLEMENT TOWNSHIP BOARD