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Howell Township

Howell Township was organized in 1836, originally contained what is now known as Cohoctah, Conway, Deerfield, Handy and Oceola Townships.  Howell Township's location as a central township gives it a feeling of both city and country.  The township is closely affiliated with the City of Howell and experiences residential and industrial growth that stems from the city.  The township also consists of beautiful farmland and country atmosphere.  The estimated population of Howell Township in 2010 was 6,702 citizens.

Township Hall
3525 Byron Road
Howell, MI  48855
517.546.2817 Phone
517.546.1483  Fax

Township Board Meetings:
Second and Fourth Monday 7:00 p.m.

Township Hall Business Days:
Monday - Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.



A map of Howell Township Hall. Click to see the map on MSN Maps & Directions

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SupervisorMike Coddington
Clerk: Carolyn Eaton
Treasurer: Jonathan Hohenstein
Trustee: Dar Howard
Trustee: Matthew Counts
Trustee: Lois Kanniainen
Trustee: Mike Tipton
Assessor:  Marilyn Collins
Zoning Administrator: Carolyn Eaton
Land Permits: Carolyn Eaton

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Updated:  December 03, 2012 by:  D. Gregor