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Contact us at
517-628-2093.

Supervisor/
Assessor:
Larry Silsby

Clerk:
Tracy Ayres

Treasurer:
Debra Groh

Trustees:
Bryan Droscha
Gary Malcangi



Warning Siren
The emergency warning siren located at the Aurelius Township Hall will conduct a test warning at 1 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month.

DART


The Ingham County Sheriff's Office has announced the start of the Dead Animal Recovery Team, also known as 
DART. The program is designed to pickup dead animals on our roadways and on the shoulders of our roadways.

If there is a dead animal on the right of way of any road in Ingham County, citizens are asked to call 517 676-8273 and leave their name, phone number, location of animal, and type of animal.

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AURELIUS TOWNSHIP HALL

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1939 South Aurelius Road, 
Mason, MI  48854-9729

Telephone: 517-628-2093 - 
Fax: 517-628-3989

Office Hours:  
Tuesday - Friday,
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Announcements and Public Notices

NOTICE

Aurelius Township Office will be closed on

September 4, 2015 in observance of the Labor Day holiday.  

We will reopen for regular business on September 8, 2015.



NOTICE

Election News from your Clerk…

A proposal has been put on the November 3, 2015 ballot for the Eaton Rapids Public Schools District voters.  There will be no issues on the ballot for Mason Public Schools District voters.

Aurelius Township residents in the Eaton Rapids Public Schools District are being asked to attend the polls at the Public Safety Building , at 101 Line Street, in the City of Eaton Rapids for the November 3, 2015 election only.  All Absentee Ballots will be will be sent  from and returned to Eaton Rapids City Hall for tabulation.

Last day to register for the November 3rd, 2015 Eaton Rapids Public Schools election is Monday, October 5, 2015.  Our registration office hours will be 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

If you have questions, or need an absentee ballot application, please call Tracy Ayres,  Clerk, at 517-628-2093.


The Ingham County Sheriff's Office has announced the start of the Dead Animal Recovery Team, also known as DART.The program is designed to pickup dead animals on our roadways and on the shoulders of our roadways.

If there is a dead animal on the right of way of any road in Ingham County, citizens are asked to call 517 676-8273 and leave their name, phone number, location of animal, and type of animal.

The Ingham County Sheriff's Office has announced the start of the Dead Animal Recovery Team, also known as DART.The program is designed to pickup dead animals on our roadways and on the shoulders of our roadways.

If there is a dead animal on the right of way of any road in Ingham County, citizens are asked to call 517 676-8273 and leave their name, phone number, location of animal, and type of animal.

The Ingham County Sheriff's Office has announced the start of the Dead Animal Recovery Team, also known as DART.The program is designed to pickup dead animals on our roadways and on the shoulders of our roadways.

If there is a dead animal on the right of way of any road in Ingham County, citizens are asked to call 517 676-8273 and leave their name, phone number, location of animal, and type of animal.

Events

Annual Township Wide

Clean-Up Day Is September 19 

The free township-wide clean-up day is happening again! Last September was such a huge success that we are planning another one on September 19, 2015.  Granger Container will bring several dumpsters, a compactor truck and   recycling truck to the parking lot at the Aurelius Township Hall for residents to fill.  This would be a great time to clean up that junk lying around and dispose of it.  Automobile tires ONLY will be accepted. Tire rims will NOT be accepted. Hours will be from 8:00 am -12:00 noon.

This Clean-up day is for Aurelius Township

 Residents Only!

History
Aurelius Township was surveyed in 1825 by John Mullett.  On March 11, 1837 the Michigan Legislature approved legislation naming the western portion of Ingham County Aurelius Township.  From the original township the neighboring townships of Onondaga, Leslie, Delhi, Alaiedon, Vevay, Lansing and Meridian were created. Elijah Woodworth is credited with naming the township after his old home, Aurelius Township, Cayuga County, New York.  He settled in what today is Leslie Township. In April of 1837, the first town meeting was held in the home of Elijah Woodworth.