Robinson Township Board Meeting

June 4th road brining was postponed due to rain. Michigan Chloride and Ottawa County Road Commission are working on the next available date for brining.

The next regular meeting of the Robinson Township Board will be held on  Wednesday, June 12, 2024
at 7:00 pm at the Robinson Township Hall, 12010 120th Ave, Grand Haven, MI 49417.


The Loutit Library drop-off box is now open for you to drop off your book returns!
Location is at the east end of the township parking lot.


Robinson Township Office Information

The drop box is located between the township office and the fire station for after hours drop-offs.

Township News & Information

Robinson Township 2024 Clean-Up/Dump Day

Robinson Township’s 2024 Clean-up/Dump Day has been moved to the Fall. TBD

Robinson Township Park

The Robinson Township park is open for the 2024 season: April 1, 2024 – December 1, 2024

Please help us take pride in this wonderful asset by keeping the park clean and beautiful!

Robinson Township Cemetery

Water in the cemetery has been turned on for the season.

Water spigot’s are located along the north fence line of the cemetery.

General cleanup days for the cemetery begin March 1st and October 1st of each year.

Ottawa County Road Closures

Ottawa County Road Closures -Green St.
Green St. Bridge/Bike Path work will continue through September 6, 2024

Road Closure – Sleeper St.

Road Brining 2024

Road Brining dates for 2024:

May 1, 2024
June 4, 2024 – (Postponed due to rain. Michigan Chloride and Ottawa County Road Commission working on next available date for brining)
July 16, 2024
August 28, 2024

Road Brining: Brine works by pulling water out of the air to keep the road surface damp, and binding clay particles together to keep the road intact.

Loutit Library

The Loutit Lowdown

www.loutitlibrary.org 

For the township resident’s convenience, we now have a Loutit Library book return drop-off box located at the east end of our parking lot.

Red Cross - Smoke Detectors

Red Cross – Smoke Detectors

The Red Cross are promoting free smoke detector(s) give away and will install them.
Contact: Sandy Shellenbarger – Sandy.shellenbarger@redcross.org / 616-307-8663.

Ottawa County Groundwater Dispute

Four Pointes - Center for Successful Aging

Four Pointes is excited to continue to meet the needs of seniors in your area! Seniors can find us online by following the Link below:

Four Pointes Link

Senior Resources

www.seniorresourceswmi.org

Contact Senior Resources for their Caregiver-Link Newsletter kport@seniorresourceswmi.org
This is a very helpful and full of information newsletter that can be mailed to you or received by email.

Ottawa County’s Website - Securing Your Vote

Ottawa County has created a website which explains in detail how we make sure elections are secure while at the same time making sure every vote counts.

The link to this website is here:

Election Security – Ottawa County

LAKE MICHIGAN WATER SAFETY

Robinson Township History Books

Medication Disposal

Medication Disposal

Don’t Flush unwanted meds!…instead, safely dispose of your personal medications at any of the listed sites located in Holland, Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Hudsonville during regular business hours.  Call for their latest hours.

  • Grand Haven Township Admin Office:  13300 168th Ave. (616) 842-5988.
  • Grand Haven Police Dept. Admin Office:  525 Washington Ave.  (616) 842-3460.
  • Spring Lake Police Dept. Admin. Office:  102 W. Savidge St. (616) 842-1889.
  • Holland:  12251 James St.  (616) 396-5266.
  • Hudsonville:  3100 Port Sheldon Rd.  (616) 669-0040.

Please remove pills from the pill bottles and place them in a plastic bag before dropping them off at the site of your choosing.  If you have questions about the Ottawa County’s unwanted medication collection program, please call 616-393-5645

Clean-up Our River Environment – www.COREmichigan.org

Michigan Invasive Species Info

Spongy Moth FAQ 2023

https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/spongy-moth-formerly-gypsy-moth-season-starts-soon

Go to Michigan.gov/egle/outreach/not-mi-species-webinar-series
Invasive species pose a threat to Michigan’s environment, economy, and sometimes even human health. What is at stake? What is being done? This webinar series will explore how agencies, universities and locally led organizations are working together to protect Michigan’s natural resources through the Michigan Invasive Species Program. If you are concerned about the impacts of invasive species or interested in the techniques used to control them, join us as we examine species-specific actions, innovations in research and technology, and programs designed to help communities prevent and manage harmful invasive species.

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  • Automatic Payments

    Automatic Payments – The ability to pay taxes from a checking/savings account has been temporarily suspended.

    To pay your Property Taxes with a credit/debit card (cannot accept American Express) click here. 3rd Party fees apply. Please have your tax bill available.  This service is only available on-line. This is not available at the Township Office.

    Credit Cards Have Costs:  Credit card companies charge businesses and government agencies a fee for each transaction paid for with a credit or debit card.  Although private businesses can increase the cost of their goods and services to recover the credit card fee, Robinson Township cannot.  This cost is reflected in the 3rd party fee.

    Payments made after 5:00 p.m. are processed  the next day which will effect the payment due.  On March 1st Robinson Township cannot accept the previous year’s tax payments. Payments must then be made at the Ottawa County Treasurer’s office at 12220 Fillmore Street, West Olive.  As of the 2018 summer bill postmarks are not accepted.

Robinson Township, est. 1856