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Coronavirus Updates:

Flint Township Administration Building is Closed to the Public until April 13, 2020, due to the National and State Emergencies declared due to the Coronavirus epidemic. To maintain compliance with State and Federal mandates this date may change.

DISASTER RELIEF AID- 


SMALL BUSINESSES ---

State of Michigan Aid -

Michigan Small Business Relief Programs 

(this site will also help you through the Federal Process)

Federal  Aid "CARES Act"-

CARES Act Small Business Disaster Relief - Grants and Loans

For a breakdown of what's available and if you qualify click on

 CARES Act Guidance to Small Businesses Update 3-30-20

Consumers Energy - Small Business Relief-One Pager-2020 FINAL

RESIDENTS ---

The CARES Act grants unemployment benefits to workers who do not already qualify for State unemployment benefits. Workers include self-employed, 1099-independent contractors, gig, and low-wage workers who can no longer work because of the pandemic. Apply online at

Michigan.gov/UIA


For up to the minute Federal Covid 19 information go to:

www.CDC.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html

For up to the minute State of Michigan  Covid 19 information got to:

www.Michigan.gov/coronavirus/

Below are some Quick Reference Do's and Don'ts from the State -

Guidance for Residents        

Guidance for Businesses

COVID-19 - STATE OF MICHIGAN GUIDELINES

Local Information:

Flint Township Police Dept Emergency Protective Measures

County information:

Latest News from Genesee County

For Emergencies Call - 911

Sewer and Water emergencies - 810-762-3626

Building Department Services - Limited services will still be provided -  Permits and Inspections please call 810-600-3238 

If you have payments, please use the Drop Box by the Sewer and Water entrance, or located in the mid-part of the Administration Building parking lot.

Landfill Access and Passes are suspended until April 13, 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please call the office with any questions or concerns. Thank you. 

Limited staff will be answering messages - Call 810-732-1350 - leave a message and it will be returned.

Treasurer

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Township Treasurer's Statutory Duties

  • Collects real and personal property taxes
  • Keeps an account of Township receipts (revenues) and expenditures
  • Issues Township checks
  • Deposits Township revenues in approved depositories
  • Invest Township funds in approved investment vehicles
  • Collects delinquent person property tax
  • Responsible for jeopardy assessment sin collection property tax
  • Collects mobile home specific tax
  • Must appoint a deputy
  • Must post a surety bond

Charter Township Treasurer's Responsibilities

Upon receipt of the tax roll, the treasurer shall proceed to collect taxes, account for, and deliver to the county treasurer and other tax assessing entities. There are two types of taxes the treasurer is charged with collecting: real property taxes and personal property taxes. The tax amount is based on the taxable value of the property and the millage assessed by the entity.

By State statute, the treasurer is required to receive and take charge of all funds belonging to the township or which are required by law to be paid into the township treasury, and to pay over and account for the funds according to law or township board decision.

It is very important that the township treasurer diligently maintain accurate records of all income, receipts, and disbursements. The treasurer should maintain a uniform system of accounting as promulgated by the state treasurer and should keep an accurate accounting for each township fund so that s/he can accurately report on the status of those funds. In February 1997, the Township received its first award for Financial Reporting Achievement from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.

The treasurer shall invest public funds as directed by the township board in lawful investments as authorized by state statute and township investment policy. The township received a Certificate of Excellence in 1995 for its first investment policy. All funds are invested in accordance with the objectives as set forth in the following order of importance: 1) Safety of capital, 2) Liquidity, and 3) Return on Investment. A quarterly investment report is presented to the township board for approval and made available to the public.

Township Treasurer Lisa R. Anderson

The previous description was excerpted from Authorities & Responsibilities of Michigan Township Officials, Boards and Commissions published by the Michigan Townships Association, copyright 1995.