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Manager Department

Genoa Township Manager

Township Manager Kelly VanMarter - kelly@genoa.org
Kathleen Murphy - Administrative Assistant - kathleen@genoa.org
Cynthia Overby - Accounts Payable/Payroll - cindy@genoa.org

The Township Manager is the chief appointed executive and works directly with the Township Board and various departments of Genoa Charter Township. He is responsible for capital projects preparation and administration, Board of Trustees agendas, personnel, public services, planning and development and community relations. The Manager's Department is also responsible for implementing policies, procedures and ordinances as approved by the Township Board. The most important duty of the Manager is to facilitate the flow and understanding of ideas and information between and among elected officials, employees, and citizens.

Manager FAQ

Do I need a burn permit?

No, there is currently no permit required for burning yard waste items such as leaves and branches in Genoa Charter Township. Please use common sense when burning. Debris should be kept in small piles and should not be left unattended. Burning should take place during daylight hours with low wind conditions.

Every year the Township receives complaints about the burning of yard waste. Alternatives to burning exist. Yard waste collections take place at the Township Hall, 2911 Dorr Road, several times throughout the year. Please look for drop-off dates in the quarterly newsletter. Backyard composting is another environmentally friendly option.

Who is responsible for the maintenance of my road?

Public roads in Genoa Township are maintained by the Livingston County Road Commission at (517) 546-4250. Private roads are maintained by the private property owners.

We have a private road that we want to have paved/repaved/other road improvements. What can we do?

Please refer to the Special Assessment District (SAD) for Road Improvements guide located to the right for information on having the Township setup an assessment district for the desired road improvements.

When do we chloride the Township gravel roads?

Genoa Township schedules periodic chloriding throughout the summer months on gravel roads. There are typically 3 applications during the warm weather and staff surveys the roads periodically to adjust when each application occurs. Generally, the applications occur around the major summer holidays (i.e. Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day).

Which Fire Department services Genoa Township?

Genoa Township is serviced in its entirety by the Brighton Area Fire Department. For emergencies please dial 911.

Do we have a police department?

Genoa Township does not have its own police force and is instead covered by the Livingston County Sherrif's Department and the Michigan State Police. Please dial 911 for emergencies.

What school systems serve Genoa Township?

Genoa Township is served by Brighton, Hartland, Howell and Pinckney school systems.

Related Documents

Related Documents

Special Assessment District Road Improvements Special Assessment District Road Improvements
Procedure to Establish a Special Assessment District through a Resident Based Petition