• Port Sheldon Township, Ottawa County, Michigan

    Port Sheldon Township is a general law Township established in 1924, consisting of approximately 20 square miles. The township is bordered by New Holland Street on the South, 144th Avenue on the East, Fillmore Street on the North and the beautiful shore of Lake Michigan on the West.

    Two beautiful township beaches and a well groomed county park are presently located in the Township. A new County-owned beach property is currently under construction. The Township also has bike path system of approximately 15 miles.

    Mission Statement
    The Township of Port Sheldon is a wonderful balance of summer cottages and permanent homesteads along with many blueberry farms, evergreen nurseries and one large electric generating plant. The mission of the township is to serve all of our residents equally and fairly by maintaining a healthy, safe and enjoyable place to live, work and vacation.

    We recognize the moral and ethical standard required of public officials and dedicate ourselves to the highest standards of integrity through providing transparency and open dialog. We strive to provide efficient and fiscally responsible level of service to Port Sheldon Township.

Feb 22, 2017 Communications Issues (UPDATE: Services have been restored)

The Township’s phone and internet services are down today.  We are working to get the problem corrected as soon as possible.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

(UPDATE: Services have been restored)

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Pigeon Lake Management Plan

Click here to view the Pigeon Lake Management Plan 2017-2021 Report.

Please note that this document was requested and paid for by some property owners on Pigeon Lake.

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Public Hearing- No Wake on Pigeon River

The Port Sheldon Township Board passed a Resolution requesting the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) to investigate whether a Slow No Wake Zone is necessary on Pigeon River east of Lakeshore Dr. and between the piers. The MDNR will hold a public hearing on Thursday Dec. 15, 2016 at 7:00 P.M. at the Township Hall to receive comments and questions from the public. Following the Public Hearing the MDNR will provide a determination as to whether or not a Slow No Wake Zone is recommended. Please attend the meeting if you are interested. You will have an opportunity to provide comments and questions.

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Newsletter

The township newsletter for November/December 2016 is available here.

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Wednesday Evening Trash

The last Wednesday evening trash service is September 7, 2016.

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