There are 15 townships and 5 villages in Antrim County (click here for map). Township boards typically have a supervisor, clerk, treasurer, and two trustees. A township may also have a zoning administrator and an assessor.
Villages have a village president, clerk, treasurer, and a village council. The village may have a professional village manager, as well as a zoning administrator. Click on the links below to view the web pages of the various townships and villages.
Services & Assistance
The Antrim Conservation District offers forestry services such as free on-site property evaluations, tree planting recommendations, assistance for timber sales, der management, and insect and disease identification. Contact Mike Meriwether, Antrim Conservation District Forester, for more information at 231-533-8363 or via email.
North County Community Mental Health is the public behavioral health agency serving northwest lower Michigan. They provide services to residents who are experiencing emotional problems, mental illness, or developmental disability.
The State of Michigan’s Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) has an office on the first floor of the County Building. DHHS can provide food assistance, cash assistance, child care and adult services. DHHS also deals with foster care and adoption issues.
The Health Department of Northwest Michigan’s mission is: “to promote wellness, prevent disease, provide quality health care, address health problems of vulnerable populations, and protect the environment for the residents and visitors in our communities.”
Antrim County’s Housing Department assists low income families with rehabilitation of their homes to remove existing health and safety hazards within the home.
Another Antrim County department that is helpful to many is Veteran’s Affairs, which works with veterans and their dependents to obtain any and all county, state, and federal benefits to which they are entitled.