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Welcome to Dundee Township. On this site you can find out about the services we provide, give us feedback and learn about our community. So take a look around and let us know how we're doing. Thanks for visiting.
Supervisor Joanna Uhl
Clerk Sharayah Sanders
Treasurer Lisa Hunt
Trustee Kenneth Jaworski
Trustee Travis Horkey
Trustee C. J. Horkey
Trustee Gary Lazette
THE DUNDEE TOWNSHIP HAS THE KN95 MASK'S AND ARE FREE
TO ANYONE THAT NEEDS THEM.
2022 JULY BOARD OF REVIEW
179 MAIN STREET
DUNDEE, MI 48131
The July Board of Review for Dundee Township will be meeting on Tuesday,
July 19th, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at the Dundee Township office located at
179 Main Street, Dundee, MI 48131. The purpose of the meeting is to correct mutual mistakes of fact and clerical errors.
Dundee Township News
DID YOU KNOW the Dundee Township Volunteer Firemen perform many services to the community in addition to rescues and fires. One of these services has been several milk and food box giveaways to the community to assist residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our firemen also provide assistance to the Township Clerk during election time. They remove their equipment and assist the clerk with the setup and tear down of the election polls thereby allowing the fire hall to be used by the community for an additional purpose. This is done without interruption to the safety of the community.
DID YOU KNOW The Dundee Township Volunteer Fire Department is set to exceed 1000 calls by the end of 2021 compared to the roughly 800 calls from 2020 & 2019; this will be the largest call volume handled by the DVFD to date.
WOULD YOU LIKE to become a fireman? Contact a local fireman or the Chief at 734-529-5225 if you have an interest in volunteering.
DID YOU KNOW the firemen as a group may spend on average, 50 to 60 hours a month in addition to the calls, keeping the fire equipment in good working order, filing reports, keeping updated on training and safety and applying for grants as well as many other tasks.
DID YOU KNOW volunteer firemen spend an average of 30 hours each year in training to remain current in lifesaving and firefighting skills plus continuing education credits. This is in addition to 385 hours of initial training.
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This page last updated on 6/30/2022.
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