Welcome to Ross Township
A Special Thank You...
A special thank you goes to the Ross Township Parks Committee and their volunteers for the successful Trucks and Tunes events this summer. A thank you also goes to those that sponsored the events, the Food Trucks and the Musicians. Please give the Committee your feedback to assist them with future planning. Email your comments to: Rosstownship@Rosstown.comcastbiz.net
Welcome Gary Moore
Please join the Township Board and Staff in welcoming Gary Moore, our newly appointed Supervisor. Gary's work ethic and friendly attitude, just as Paul's was, will be an asset to the day-to-day business of Ross Township. Gary and his wife Sherry have had a home at Gull Lake since 1998 and been full time residents for the past six years. They have three married children and seven grandchildren.
We wish Paul Dykstra, our former Supervisor, well as he transitions into the next phase of his life. Congratulations on a job well done in your three years of service to the Ross Township Community.
Ross Township is a General Law Township located in southwest Michigan in Kalamazoo County.
It is located approximately halfway between the cities of Chicago, Il and Detroit, MI just north of Interstate 94. Established in 1839 Ross is one of 15 Townships in Kalamazoo County and contains almost 36 square miles of land and water. Ross is bordered to the North by Barry Township (Barry County), to the South by Charleston Township, to the East by Bedford Township (Calhoun County), and to the West by Richland Township. According to the latest US Census 5,012 people now call Ross Township home. Ross Township is also home to the Village of Augusta.
The mission of Ross Township is to:
- Provide a safe environment in which to live
- Maintain and enhance the rural character and quietude of our community
- Protect all the natural resources
- Respond to the needs of the Township with respect and concern
- Uphold and enforce the Local, State, and Federal laws
12086 M-89, Richland, Mi 49083
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