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Deerfield Township

Deerfield Township is located in the north central portion of Livingston County.  Rolling countryside, dairy farms, woods and fields are some of the images of Deerfield Township.  The township is also noted for the Oak Grove State Game Area.  The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality maintains this wildlife habitat and it has a fine reputation for excellent deer hunting and fishing.  The estimated 2010 population of Deerfield Township is 4,170 citizens.

Deerfield Township has a spectacular 400-acre park that consists of rolling hills, primitive nature trails and a lake for onshore fishing.  No motor vehicles are allowed and the township anticipates horseback riding in the future.

Supervisor: Thomas Green
Clerk: Alfred Mattioli
Treasurer: Cheryl Petchell
Land Permits & Zoning Administrator:  John Helm
Assessor: Ronald Smith
Trustees: Gary Johnston, Doug Taylor

Township Hall
4492 Center Road, Linden, MI  48451
517-546-8760  or   517-546-0054  Fax

Township Board Meetings:
2nd Thursday of each month, 7:30 p.m.
Township All Business Days:
Monday, Wed. & Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Updated:  August 27, 2012 by:  L. Coffman