Riley Township Clinton County Michigan

Updated: July 18, 2018

Items of Note:

  • Burn Permits to replace the three year permits that expired in December 2017 are now available at the township hall during office hours or at township meetings.
  • SMART 911 Program now available to residents of Clinton county.  See the county website for more information.

  • Land split forms: Forms needed for land splits are now available on this website within the forms and policies section.  Completed forms should be sent to the Riley Township Assessor for processing.

Taxes

  • Summer taxes are due on September 14, 2018.  Taxes may be placed in the drop box at the township hall, mailed to the township office, or delivered during office hours.  The tax payment must be received at the township hall by 5pm on the date due to be considered on time.  Riley township will no longer accept postmark date as the date of payment.
  • Deferral of summer taxes:  Form for deferment of summer taxes is available on the forms page of this website.  If there are any questions regarding deferment contact the treasurer during townshipbusiness hours.
  • The treasurer will be available at the township office during regular hours as noted on home page and also from 9 AM to 5 PM on Friday September 14, 2018.

Burning Permits 

  • Non-expiring burn permits are available through the township office.  For more information see the Emergency services page of this website or contact the Clerk Lisa Powell at 517-819-6132.

Dewitt Fire Authority: The DeWitt Fire Authority is looking for men and women to become volunteer fire fighters.  Please contact the Riley Township Office if you are interested.

For more information about what is happening in your township feel free to attend a township meeting.