Welcome to Peninsula Township
The Old Mission Peninsula is perhaps Michigan's most unique and scenic township. Unlike the typical six mile by six mile square township, the Old Mission Peninsula is finger-like in shape, projecting approximately 16 miles into Grand Traverse Bay. The township varies from one to three miles in width and contains approximately 42 miles of Great Lakes shoreline. The 2010 U.S. Census lists a population of 5433.
Peninsula Township Offices are closed:
Peninsula Township Board - Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 7:00 PM.
NEWS RELEASE - Consumers Energy Community Tree Planting Grant - Peninsula Township is pleased to announce that 25 new trees have been planted at Bowers Harbor Park and Haserot Park. This project was funded by the 2018 Consumers Energy Community Tree Planting Grant. This grant provided $2,500 to purchase new Red Maple Trees that will enhance the landscape and environment at both locations for years to come. The Peninsula Township Board of Trustees and Park Commission Members are appreciative of the financial support provided by Consumers Energy and the availability of the Consumers Energy Community Tree Planting Grant Program. For more information, contact Rob Manigold, Peninsula Township Supervisor – Phone: (231) 223-7323. Click HERE to view the results.
Consumers Energy is doing work along Center Road moving north through the neighborhoods and then continuing north of McKinley Road for about 1 mile along the current pole line. Click HERE for more information. If you have any questions please contact Doug DeYoung, Community Affairs Manager, at 231-929-6234.
Ordinance Re-write Information
Peninsula Township is currently working with McKenna Associates, a professional planning firm, to re-write the Zoning Ordinance. Click HERE for more information.
Donation of Development Rights
The Township's DDR program may be a great option for you! Contact Randy Mielnik, Planner, at 231-223-7314 if you are interested in more information. The application is available HERE