• 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.

Featured News

Alert to Clement TWP. Residents

12/19/19

It was brought to the Township’s attention at our December 11, 2019 Board Meeting, by a couple of residents that there have been several burglaries in the township.  We want to pass this information on to our residents, so that residents can watch out for your neighbor’s homes, when you know that they are not home.  The Township has heard that there are other township’s have had this happen during the months before and including Thanksgiving.  One resident was broken into several times.  In another incident the resident was home with their lights on in their house, a truck pulled up in their driveway, once the home owner went to the window, the truck in the driveway backed out and took off down the road.  The Gladwin County Sheriff is aware of these incidents.  We would appreciate our residents reporting any incidents to the Gladwin County Sheriff and also keep the Township informed of any burglaries.  We are hoping that by getting this word out, residents will be more aware or possibly do a neighborhood watch.

Clement Township receives grant

12/18/19

We are very happy to advise that the township received a T.O.W.N. grant from the Gladwin County Community Foundation.  This grant was used to help pay for a new electric, automated handicap door at the township hall.  The new door will allow for easy access for people in wheelchairs or using assistive devises such as walkers.

The Gladwin County Community Foundation works to impact arts and culture, economic development, education, environment, health human services and recreation.  The foundation accepts gifts to the foundation and will be hosting their annual fundraiser the” Souper Challenge” in March.