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 encompasses approximately 42 miles of Great Lakes shoreline. Peninsula Township was founded February 3, 1853. The 2020 U.S. Census lists a population of 6,068.
Peninsula Township offices are closed Monday, December 25 and Tuesday, December 26, 2023, in observance of Christmas and Monday, January 1, and Tuesday, January 2, 2024, in observance of the New Year.
Public Hearing Notices
None at this time.
Interested in Reading Court Filings for the Lawsuits Peninsula Township Is Involved In?
Visit https://pacer.uscourts.gov/ (website opens in new tab).
Township Meetings Streaming on YouTube
Most township meetings held at the township hall are streamed live on the township's YouTube channel (website opens in a new tab) and are available for viewing for 30 days after they are held.
Report Grand Traverse County Road Commission