Welcome

Montague Township is a rural community located in Western Michigan. Boasting diverse scenery including the White River, White Lake, residential developments and rich farm land, Montague Township is a great place to visit and a greater place to live!

The township has four parks available to the public. The township hall and park pavilions are available for rental to township residents.

Township Board Meetings
The Montague Township Board meets the second Tuesday of every month, starting at 7:00 pm, at the Montague Township Hall on Whitbeck Road. If you have an issue or question you would like to see on the agenda, please contact the Clerk at least 5 days before the meeting. The meetings are always open to the public and all are welcome to attend.
» Boards & Committees
» Meeting Schedule & Minutes

Upcoming Meetings

Township Board Meeting
November 9th at 7:00 pm
Montague Township Hall

Planning Commission Meeting
To Be Determined

News

Transfer Station Hours
The White Lake Transfer Station will open at 9am instead of 8am for the months of November, December, January and February. The days of the week continue to be Wednesdays and Saturdays. The Transfer Station will be closed the Saturday after Thanksgiving, as well as Christmas and New Years Day. Thank you.

Clerk’s Corner

Voter Registration
To register to vote in any upcoming elections, to vote absentee, to make sure you are registered, contact Clerk Wes Weesies, at 231-894-5920.

Important Notices

Solar in Montague Township

» Solar Synopsis (PDF)

Gypsy Moths – IMPORTANT LINKS!
They are ravaging our forests, check out the links below for more info.

» Natural Enemies of Gypsy Moths (PDF)
» Gypsy Moths in Michigan – Homeowner’s Guide (PDF)

Oak Wilt – IMPORTANT LINKS!
It’s here now, check out the links below for more info.

» Worried about Oak Wilt? (PDF)
» Smart Gardening to Prevent Oak Wilt (PDF)
» What is Oak Wilt? (PDF)
» michiganoakwilt.org

Invasive Species
The State of Michigan and the MiDNR have provided these important notices regarding four invasive species that are taking hold in our area. Please click on the PDF links below for more info.

» Autumn Olive (PDF)
» Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (PDF)
» Japanese Knotweed (PDF)
» Phragmites (PDF)