About Norway Township
Norway Township is located in the south central portion of Dickinson County and consists of approximately 89 square miles. According to the 2010 census there are 1,489 people living in the township with the majority living in the southern portion which consists of rolling hills and farmland. The village of Vulcan is also located in the southern portion of the township. The northern two-thirds of the township is made up of rugged terrain including cliffs, swamps and many small lakes and streams. State owned land in the township includes over 29,000 acres of the Copper Country State Forest.
ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN
Thursday, May 13th through Sunday, May 16th. Dumpsters will be located on the corner of East Main St. and Cedar St. in East Vulcan, just past the East Vulcan baseball field. This is for items not collected during normal garbage collection. The following is a list of items not acceptable for drop-off:
Grass clippings, garden waste, leaves and brush. These items must be brought to the compost site on Oak Crest Drive, near the golf cart sheds.
No building materials from contractors.
No scrap tires.
New refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners or any items containing freon, even if it has a freon removed tag.
No hazardous waste such as gasoline, oil paint, chemicals, etc. No waste oil or batteries. No e-waste, except for old televisions. All of these items can be taken to the county waste disposal facility for recycling.
SCRAP TIRE GRANT
From now thru August 31, 2021 residents can drop off loose passenger tires at the Solid Waste Transfer Facility located near the movie theater in Quinnesec. A property tax receipt and picture ID are needed to verify residency. Facility hours are 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday – Friday and 8:00 am to Noon on Saturdays.
Adopt-a-Highway clean-up coming soon
Community and volunteer groups can adopt sections of state highway as part of the Michigan Department of Transportation Adopt-A-Highway program. The annual spring cleanup along roadsides will be held across lower Michigan April 17-25. The first pickup for the northern Lower Peninsula and Upper Peninsula will be May 1-9. Volunteers pick up litter three times each year. Statewide pickups are also slated for July 17-25 and Sept. 25-Oct. 3. Groups are asked to adopt a section for at least two years, and Adopt-A-Highway signs bearing a group’s name are posted along the stretch of adopted highway. There is no fee to participate.
Norway Township will strive to serve its constituents with dependable and efficient
service. The highest standards and lawfully executed service is our goal.
Norway Township Hall
Norway Township Hall
PO Box 495, N1732 Mission St.
Vulcan, MI 49892