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.
ABSENTEE VOTING IN NORWAY TOWNSHIP
Michigan Election Laws have changed to provide the opportunity for all registered voters to vote via absentee ballot. Norway Township maintains a permanent absentee voter list for all elections. Voters on the permanent list are automatically sent an application to obtain an absentee ballot for every election. This eliminates having to remember to call for an absentee ballot. Also, by voting absentee, you will no longer have to come to the township hall and wait in line to vote. This is especially convenient for people who work long hours or who have children in sports or other after school activities. It also helps alleviate the crowd at the hall on election day. If you would like more information or would like your name included on the permanent absentee voter list please contact Joyce Giuliani at 715-927-0423 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
SCRAP TIRE GRANT
Norway Township was the recipient of a tire grant thru the State of Michigan again this year. Beginning on June 1st, you may bring all of your scrap tires up to the Dickinson County Solid Waste facility located in Quinnesec behind the movie theater. There is no charge for this service. Tires on rims will not be accepted.
PLANNING COMMISION MEETING TO DISCUSS FUTURE OF JOINT PLANNING WITH CITY OF NORWAY
A meeting will be held on December 4th at 6:30 p.m. at the Norway City Hall to discuss the future of being involved with joint planning between the city and the township. Members of the Norway City Council, the Norway Township Board and representatives from CUPPAD (Central Upper Peninsula Planning and Development) and MSU Extension Office will be there. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
DECEMBER BOARD OF REVIEW
Norway Township Board of Review will meet at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 10 at the Norway Township Hall in Vulcan. No appointment is necessary. For more information contact Supervisor Don Byczek at 563-9100 or 563-5376.
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