GENOA TOWNSHIP is a charter township located in the heart of Livingston County, Michigan. Lakes and wetlands, rolling hills and meadows, state parks and wildlife all abound in this beautiful community of country living.
Latest Township News
May 11, 2022
2022 Spring Yard Waste Drop off
Our Spring Yard Waste Collection program has been scheduled for the following dates at the Genoa Charter Township Hall from 8 am to 11 am:
Saturday May 21st
Residents may bring their yard waste to the Township Hall Parking lot on this date. Branches and similar materials must be in 3 foot long bundles.
Please no plastic bags.
More information can be found on our Refuse & Recycling page.
March 8, 2022
Construction Advisory: Crooked Lake Road between Latson Road and Dorr Road - March 8 to July 1.
The Livingston County Road Commission is performing work on Crooked Lake Road between Latson Road and Dorr Road beginning Tuesday March 8 and ending on Friday July 1, weather permitting. The Road Commission will be paving from Latson Road to Fishbeck and resurfacing from Fishbeck to Dorr Road.
Crooked lake Road will be CLOSED to through traffic during the construction project. Access to the residential homes will be maintained throughout the project. Access to the school will be maintained from Latson Rd while school is in session.
Please see the construction project sheet below for the scope of the project and the detour route.
Please contact the Road Commission at 517-546-4250 or visit livingstonroads.org for more information.
March 1, 2022
2021 Winter and Summer Property Tax Payment Information
Monday, February 28, 2022 was the last day to pay 2021 Summer & Winter Property Taxes.
2021 Property Taxes become delinquent as of Tuesday, March 1, 2022. All payments must now be made to the Livingston County Treasurer’s Office after March 15, 2022.
Please contact the County Treasurer’s Office at 517-546-7010 for a total amount due.
March 1, 2022
Genoa Township Capital Improvements Plan - 2022-2027
The Township’s fiscal year begins April 1st. Every year the Township Board identifies projects to improve the community. The projects fall into the categories of: Parks and Paths, Roads, Buildings and Grounds and General Fund Capital Outlay. This year’s CIP identifies $3.8M in projects, mostly on roads, with the paving and repaving of Crooked Lake Road from Dorr to Latson the largest single expenditure.
The documents below are in draft form subject to the approval of the Township Board. If you have any questions regarding the plan or individual projects please feel free to contact the Township Manager, Mike Archinal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 10, 2022
Livingston County Planning Department releases High-Quality Natural Areas Assessment
The 2022 Livingston County High-Quality Natural Areas Assessment provides an extensive update to the County Planning Department’s initial 2004 assessment. Computing technology, data availability, and mapping products and processes have improved tremendously since 2004, which has allowed the County to do much more in depth analysis then was previously available.
This report documents the natural feature characteristics of the County, identifies the County’s High-Quality Natural Areas, compares and contrasts this data with the 2004 assessment, and much more. As a result of this assessment, a new GIS mapping application for high-quality natural areas will be developed and added to the Livingston County GIS Map Gallery for Livingston County municipalities to utilize when reviewing zoning amendments.
This beneficial new Potential Conservation Areas Assessment can be found on the Livingston County Planning Department website at: https://www.livgov.com/plan/Pages/County-Plans.aspx
January 13, 2022
Radon Test Kits available to residents - courtesy of the Livingston County Health Department
Genoa Township is giving out free radon testing kits this month, which is designated as National Radon Action Month. The testing kit and instructions are available at the Clerk's Department.
The naturally-occurring, tasteless, odorless and colorless gas comes from the natural, radioactive breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water and gets into the air. It enters buildings through openings in foundation floors or walls such as sump openings, crawlspaces, floor or wall joints and cracks.
In Livingston County, approximately 40% of homes have elevated radon levels, according to information on the county's website from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
For more information on this program and on radon in general, please visit the Livingston County Health Department Radon page.
July 14, 2021
Brighton Area Fire seeking Paid On-Call Firefighters
The Brighton Area Fire Authority is seeking men and women living in Genoa Township, Brighton Township and the City of Brighton who are willing to serve their community as a Paid On-Call Firefighter.
- No experience necessary, just the motivation to learn and serve
- All required training is provided and compensated
- Academy classes are held on evening/weekends
To apply, interested applicants can go to www.brightonareafire.com.