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  • NOTICE:  Meeting of Davison Township Board of Review

    Meeting of Davison Township Board of Review


    Meeting to correct clerical errors and mutual mistakes of fact.


    Date: Tuesday, July 17, 2018

    Time: 3:00 p.m.

    Place: Davison Township Municipal Center

    1280 N Irish Road, Davison, MI 48423




    Cindy K. Shields

    Davison Township Clerk


    Burn Ban in Effect Until Further Notice


    All outdoor burning is prohibited as part of the ban.  The ban applies to all residents, including those with burn permits.

  • General Information on questions regarding GCDC Water Supply



    DATE:          February 7, 2018

    TO:               GCDC-WWS Water Supply Customers

    FROM:         David M. Jansen, Senior Assistant Director

    SUBJECT:    General Infonnation on questions regarding Genesee County Drain Commissioner

                          Division of Water & Waste Services (GCDC-WWS) Water Supply System.



    Our office has received a couple of inquiries from residents who have observed a white residue

    that occasionally forms in their pots and pans after boiling water. It is important for the public to know this is a perfectly normal occurrence, and some residents may continue to experience this in the future.


    Out of an abundance of caution to ensure proper corrosion control, the MDEQ has required

    Genesee County to add phosphate at 2-1/2 times the level than what had been used by our

    previous water supplier, the Great Lakes Water Authority (Detroit System). We also have been

    required to raise our pH to above 7.5. Phosphates and elevation of pH are normal components in the treatment of water for corrosion control, in order to protect distribution pipes and internal plumbing in homes. The hardness of the water when combined with the phosphate at slightly higher pH value may cause this white residue to form. This is typically evident when water is boiled, and a white ring forms around pots and pans. Again, this is a commonly found residual due to the elevated phosphate and pH levels.


    Typically, water suppliers are allowed to optimize corrosion control over a period of time. When

    GCDC-WWS collects and processes our first six (6) months of samples, we will submit those

    results to the MDEQ, and work with them to potentially reduce phosphate and pH levels. We

    will continue to work with the MDEQ, and local municipal DPW Departments to provide the

    most updated infom1ation to residents. As always, GCDC-WWS will continue to do all things

    necessary to provide safe and reliable water to our communities, as we have done since

    beginning operations.


    If any resident receiving drinking water from our Water Plant has questions or concerns about

    their drinking water, they should contact our staff at the following numbers:


    (810) 793-5123- 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday

    (810) 762-3626- After Hours

  • Vacant Lot For Sale

    Vacant Lot for Sale


    Vacant Lot 93, parcel number 05-28-530-046, in Rivershyre subdivision, located off Atherton Road just west of M-15.


    For more information please contact Jeremy Smith at 810-653-4156 ext. 203.

Construction Projects




     Waldorf and Sons Excavating will be uncovering and inspecting manholes in the Township for the next few months. Please be aware that this may consist of excavation of dirt around any manholes in your yard. The restoration of the earthwork will be completed after the rainy season when the ground has dried.

Job Postings

  • Election Inspector

    Election Inspector:


    WANTED: Election Inspectors to work in precincts or absent voter counting boards! Must be a qualified and registered elector of the State of Michigan and must be certified. In addition, if you are 16 or 17 years of age, you may work as an election inspector.


    Training on the new election equipment begins February, 2018. Certification training will take place in late May and early June, 2018. Class dates and times for both certification and equipment training varies. Election inspectors are paid $150 for working a full day on Election Day and $20 per training session.


    If interested, please stop in to the Clerk’s Department, 1280 N Irish Road, Davison, MI 48423, to complete an application. Call Cindy Shields, Davison Township Clerk at 810-653-4156, for more details.

Request for Bids

  • No Solicitation for Bids at this time

    No solicitation for bids at this time

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