North Star Township

North Star Township is a rural, agricultural area located in Michigan’s central, southeastern region. As of the census of 2018, there were 836 people residing in the township.

It began in 1857 with the organization of what was then known as Douglas, a station on the Ann Arbor Railroad. It was renamed “North Star” in 1884. Our little town has remained active throughout the years, maintaining a post office.

In the Spotlight

"ROCK THE BLOCK"

Habitat for Humanity will make it's way to North Star Township for a community clean-up project on October 9th, 10th, & 11th.

Postcards were sent to all village residents and several responded with a need for help with various miscellaneous projects.

Volunteers are still being recruited and food is needed for lunch.

Questions? Please contact Dawn Parker (989) 227-1771, ext. #4

 

Township Hall Rental

Looking for a great place to hold your holiday family gathering or event this Fall? We have several open dates available at the North Star Hall in October, November & December.

Unavailable dates include: September 25 & 26, October 9, 10, 11 & 16, December 5, 11, 12, & 18. November is currently Open.

Call Stephanie Lamey for more information (989) 763-2292

 

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