Welcome to the Unadilla Township website. This website is provided as a community service. We hope you find your visit helpful and interesting. Unadilla Township is located at the southwest corner of Livingston County, Michigan. Unadilla Township is a general law township which includes the unincorporated villages of Plainfield, Gregory, and Unadilla. The Township Hall is located at 126 Webb St. (one block east of Main St. in the Village of Gregory). Unadilla Township is located two miles east of Stockbridge and four miles west of Pinckney. The population of the Township is 3,366 (2010 Census).
Telephone: (734) 498-2502 | Fax: (734) 498-2372 | Email: email@example.com | Address: 126 Webb Street, PO Box 120 Gregory, MI 48137-00120 | Founded 1835
Township Board of Trustees – 2nd Thursday at 7:00 pm
Public Safety Meeting – scheduled as needed
Planning Commission Meeting – 4th Tuesday at 7:00 pm
Parks and Recreation Committee Meeting - 3rd Thursday at 7:00 pm (held at Unadilla Community Park on Hadley Rd. at Barnum Dr.)
Unadilla Area Senior Citizens – Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 am, lunch served at 12:00 noon
Township Hall Hours – Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon and 1:00 to 4:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am to 12:00 noon, closed holidays.Gregory Fourth of July Celebration (click here)
UNADILLA TOWNSHIP HOLIDAY HOURS: Closed: Sunday, December 23rd, through Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013. Treasurer hours: Friday, December 28th, only – 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. If you need to make a tax payment after December 21st, please use our drop box at entrance to Township Hall. All drop box payments will be receipted with a December 21st payment date. Seasons greatings from your Unadilla Township Board of Trustees and Staff.
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Handout (Township hours and contact information)
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PARK IMPROVEMENTS: Unadilla Township Community Park
The Unadilla Township Community Park project is almost complete. The new walking path around the perimeter was finished last week and the pavillion will be lit up by solar lighting by October first.
These great new editions to the park were primarily funded with a $30,000 grant obtained through the DNR, with the help of Mark Pascoe and Stantec Engineering. The Township matched the grant with funding of only $7,500.
The Park and Recreation Committee’s next goal is have a playscape for the kids up and running by this time next year.
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The March Board meeting will be held on March 25th at 7:00 pm (it will not be held at its regularly scheduled date of March 14th).
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