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THIS SECTION CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION RELATED TO THE TOWNSHIP'S COVID-19 RESPONSE. PLEASE SCROLL ALL THE WAY DOWN TO REACH THE REGULAR TOWNSHIP WEBSITE HOMEPAGE:

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and MDHHS November 15, 2020 Emergency Order  under MCL 333.2253 - Gatherings and Face Mask Order, Township offices will be closed to the public, with limited appointments, until December 9, 2020.

Township offices can be reached by phone
 Monday through Thursday, 8AM-6PM, Closed on Friday. If you require assistance, or for any questions, please contact the appropriate department by phone at (810) 655-4631, or email: contact@mundytwp-mi.gov.  Staff is working remotely during this time - please leave a message and it will be returned. For more information about this closure, including a list of department phone extensions, please see this link.


In-person payments, absentee ballots/applications, and other forms or paperwork MUST USE THE  DROP BOXES located on the left of the one-way entrance drive to the township hall (by the flag pole). Late payment penalties and utility shut-offs are currently suspended.  Online payments are available for utilities, current year tax payments, and building department services. Payments may also be made via U.S. Mail.

FOR THE ELECTRONIC MEETING NOTICE FOR THE NOVEMBER 23, 2020 TOWNSHIP BOARD MEETING, PLEASE SEE THIS LINK.  MEETING BEGINS AT 7:00 P.M.


IMPORTANT UPDATE: Beginning September 1, 2020, dumping permits will be issued at Citizens Disposal Landfill, 2361 W. Grand Blanc Road, Grand Blanc, (810) 655-4207.  **Verification by Driver's License is Required**   


For further information on the COVID-19 pandemic in Michigan, please visit: www.michigan.gov/coronavirus

For Information on Genesee County COVID-19 Rent/Mortgage/Utility Assistance Program,  See This Link

Genesee County is announcing the Basic Needs Assistance Program to provide essential supplies and food to low/moderate-income residents impacted by COVID-19.   Applications are due November 25th.  For more details and to apply, visit:  
http://gcmpc.org/basic-needs/