Deerfield Township continues to sponsor curbside pickup at no cost to township residents. The calendar is found on this web page under the “Curb-side Recycling” icon. (more…)
Public Act 161 of 2013 was signed by the Michigan Governor Rick Snyder this November. It grants full property tax exemptions for the homesteads of Veterans in Deerfield Township who have been discharged from the United States Military under Honorable Conditions and qualify for a homestead exemption under ONE or more of the following: (more…)
BS&A Software and Deerfield Township have created a partnership to help provide a fast convenient way for constituents to view valuable data online. Residents can access the assessment information on their own property at no charge. There is a small fee for information on other properties. (more…)
Deerfield Township residents should note that Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) has issued a Public Protection Summary Report changing the Public Protection Classification for most of the township to a “5”, effective February 1, 2011, improved from the previous rating of a “9”. (more…)
The Deerfield Township Fire Department does not issue burn permits. Burn permit information is available on line at www.michigan.gov/burnpermit or by calling the Department of Natural Resources at 1-866-922-2876
Beginning with the August 2008 Primary Election, Deerfield Township Residents will be voting in two precincts. (more…)
Deerfield Township has been notified by the Isabella County Road Commission of a problem with ditches being obstructed by property owners who have plowed them closed or otherwise inhibited proper drainage. Learn More >
Residents in Deerfield Township can now recycle materials without hauling them to the recycling center. The cost for the program is $15.00 per household. The Deerfield Township Board passed a motion to use general fund monies to pay for the program on a trial basis.