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Clerk's Office

The Township Clerk is elected every four (4) years. The Clerk 's responsibilities are largely set by state statute and include (but are not limited to): Election Administration, Freedom of Information Coordinator, serves as an officer and voting member of the Township Board, keeper of all official Township records, prepares minutes for the Township Board, Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals meetings, updates to the Code of Ordinances and Zoning Code Books.

The Clerk is the Freedom of Information Coordinator. The Freedom of Information Act sets requirements for the disclosure of public records by all "public bodies" in the state. In general, all records, except those specifically cited as exceptions, are covered by the Freedom of Information Act.  

The Clerk's office maintains official Township Cemetery records. Assistance for the purchase of grave sites, burial service, monument placements and maintenance of our cemeteries is provided through the Parks and Recreation Department.

The Meridian Township Clerks Office provides notary services for residents at no charge. 

The Township Clerk is the administrator of all elections held in the Township.  Our next opportunity to cast a ballot will be at the Michigan Presidential Primary, Tuesday, March 10, 2020.

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  • How do I view what is on my ballot?
  • How do I find election results?
  • Can I register to vote by mail?
  • Does the address on my Michigan voter registration application have to match my driver's license?
  • Do I need a picture ID to vote at the polls?
  • Do I need to re-register to vote before each election?
  • When can I register to vote?
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