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.



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
Paycheck Protection Program Borrowers Fact Sheet

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


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

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

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

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

Guidance for Residents        

Guidance for Businesses


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.

Garbage Pick-up by EMTERRA -will continue as scheduled on Thursdays. Yard Waste pick-up will start April 2, 2020.

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.


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Flint buildingWelcome to the Charter Township of Flint, Genesee County, Michigan web site...One of the nation's leading retail corridors with a dynamic business climate, a vibrant industrial community, and one of the most efficient transportation systems in the Midwest.

The Charter Township of Flint is located in Genesee County, Michigan, organized in 1836. Three major highways I-75, I-69, and US-23 intersect in the heart of the township, running alongside Bishop International Airport, offering easy access for traveling, business and shopping.Flint Township boasts a population of 31,929. It is located in the heart of Genesee County, Michigan, (with a total population of 422,080), and lies adjacent to the city of Flint, with more than 100,000 visitors daily.Flint Township is Genesee County’s premier shopping district, home to Genesee Valley Center offering a wonderful shopping experience, with Birch Run Outlets and Historical Frankenmuth just 25 minutes away.

McLaren Hospital provides cutting edge technology in Proton Therapy Cancer Treatment offering extended care stay at McLaren’s Hospitality House

Genesee Valley Bike Trail offers miles of walking, biking, or hiking for outdoor adventure linking to our Township Park.

Baker College, Spring Arbor College and Northwood University are located in Flint Township. Mott Community, University of Michigan-Flint, Michigan State University Extension and Kettering are minutes away. Come join us!


Flint Township was first organized on March 2, 1836. One year prior, the first settlers, Elijah Carman and his family, erected the first log cabin. Deacon Carman, as he was known by those who settled the township, held religious gatherings in his home and was a true pioneer, relying on hunting for food, tanning hides for clothing, and clearing dense forests for farming. He died in 1840 at the age of 40. His son, Reuben, later built the land into good farmland which he later named Carmandale.

The Carman family was closely followed by the Jesse Torrey family. In October of 1836, they settled on 400 acres and cleared the area to farm. This founded the Torrey settlement. Settlers who followed the Carman and Torrey families included other familiar names such as Dye, Utley, Bristol, Carter and Miller.

In 1837, Michigan Territory became a state. During the years that followed, many roads were laid and traveled in the area: Bristol, Atherton, Maple, Hemphill, Judd, Van Slyke, Linden, Torrey, Hill, Book, Jennings and Reid. The Fentonville Plank Toll Road was built in 1851 with a toll of one cent per mile. This road is now Fenton Road. Freight wagons traveled between Detroit and Flint on this road. One freight line was owned by Harry Farrow who lived on a farm that is now Bishop International Airport.

The first schoolhouse in Flint Township was built in 1878 on the banks of Swartz Creek on land owned by Jesse Torrey. Eventually 10 school districts were established within Flint Township. Many were one-room buildings centered in the heart of the various settlements. Flint Township incorporation as a Charter Township on July 17, 1978.