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Dundee Township welcomes you to our new web site. This is another step in our efforts to offer our citizens a complete package of services. 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 Janet Salenbien
Treasurer Linda Sontag
Trustee Marilyn Larson
Trustee Tom Winkelman
Trustee C. J. Horkey
Trustee Gary Lazette
All Elections are held at the
Dundee Fire Hall
820 Dundee Azailia Rd
Dundee, MI 48131
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This page last updated on 5/2/2016.
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MCANS Monroe County Alert Notification System
Residents interested in signing up may register by calling 734-240-3135
Crime Stoppers of Michigan empowers people to make their neighborhoods, schools and businesses safer through anonymous reporting of crime. The Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line was created for citizens in Monroe and other areas, who have witnessed a crime or heard about a crime, but are too afraid to call the police out of fear of retaliation. As an incentive, anonymous tipsters can receive a cash reward up to $1,000 if there's an arrest based on their information. If you would like further information please click below.