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COVID-19 Office Update

Due to exposure to COVID-19, several of our employees are in quarantine. We strongly encourage residents to refrain from entering our offices, if possible. Please utilize our drop box, as well as our phone and online services. Thank you for your understanding.

Information for Accessing and Participating in Zoom Meetings


To access a meeting of your choice, you may call the access phone number 1-646-558-8656 and enter the meeting ID and password for audio access only. Public meetings are also live streamed to the Township Facebook page and will be posted after the meeting adjourns. Closed-captioning is available and written statements can be made upon request (more information below).

You may expect to enter into a “zoom waiting room” where you will wait for the Meeting Moderator to admit you to the meeting. You will be placed in “mute” mode but will be able to hear the proceedings. When the Chairperson opens the comment period of any meeting, you may use the “Raise Hand” function by dialing *9 to request an opportunity to speak. You will be muted after you have had an opportunity to be heard.

When you make your comment, please offer your name and street address for the public record before you speak to the issue. As always, you may also provide public comment in writing by email to Please submit 24 hours in advance of the public meeting to ensure the information is distributed to all board, commission, or committee members prior to decision-making.

Agendas and Board packets can be found here: Documents-On-Demand


Upcoming Meetings:


Broadband Task Force IT/Internet Infrastructure Work Group: Monday, April 12 at 1 p.m. – Meeting ID: 899 5680 4656 – Meeting Password: 14480


Planning Commission: Tuesday, April 13 at 6 p.m. – Meeting ID: 814 6222 8548 – Meeting Password: 14480


Public Art Committee: Wednesday, April 14 at 6 p.m. – Meeting ID: ID: 848 7616 8037 – Meeting Password: 14480


Tom King Memorial Junk Day

May 1, 2021, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Registration begins April 12, 2021: You can register using our online form. Seniors may sign up for pick-ups by calling the Township Offices at (517) 641-6728, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Dispose of household items – including furniture, electronics and appliances – at the Township during the Annual Tom King Memorial Junk Day. This is a FREE program to Bath Charter Township residents ONLY.

Space is limited and registration is required to participate. There is a two-load limit per address – a truck or utility-sized trailer (4-feet x 6-feet) load equates to one load. If unauthorized items are mixed in your load, our crews are not obligated to sort the materials and may refuse the entire load.

Curbside Service for Residents 65+ and/or Disabled

Curbside Registration is LIMITED: Qualified persons may call the Township Offices at (517) 641-6728 from April 12 – April 23, 2021 to schedule a pick-up appointment for April 26 – April 30, 2021. You will be assigned a pick-up date based on a predetermined schedule and the voting precinct that your residence is in.

Curbside-only service is for residents age 65+, or who are physically disabled and can’t bring their materials to the drop-off site.

  • There is a ONE-LOAD limit per address.
  • Items must be placed curbside by 8:00 a.m. on the day of your scheduled pick up. Items can be placed curbside the weekend before your pick-up.
  • Crews WILL NOT enter your property to collect items.
  • If the weather forecast shows rain, please place a tarp over your items. We will leave the tarp on your property. If unauthorized items are placed for collection,
    our crews are not obligated to sort the materials and may refuse the entire load, leaving it on your property.


  • Lumber and carpet MUST be cut to four-foot lengths or less
  • Protruding nails in lumber MUST be removed or bent down
  • Large pieces of glass should be broken into a pail
  • Household/residential tires only
  • Tires MUST be off rims, free of dirt and water; Up to ten (10) accepted

Electronics Recycling – Accepted Items

  • PC monitors
  • Keyboards
  • Hard drives
  • Printers, fax machines, and copiers
  • Televisions and other monitors
  • Misc. electronics (stereos, wires, etc.)
  • Items not accepted for electronics recycling may still be eligible for disposal as part of this event. Please see Items NOT ACCEPTED during the event.


Please visit Clinton County Waste Management at, for additional resources and special collection events, including items listed below that are not accepted during our event.

  • Asbestos (ceiling/floor tiles and insulation)
  • Dangerous items (lumber with nails sticking out)
  • Demolition materials (concrete, brick, block, shingles and other roofing materials)
  • Drums/Barrels (Not Empty/Clean)
  • Household refuse
  • Lead acid batteries (car batteries)
  • Liquids
  • Low-level radioactive waste (some household clocks and smoke detectors)
  • Medical waste (Sharps materials not properly contained)
  • Non-household liquid waste
  • Paint cans that are NOT dry
  • Polychlorinated Biphenyls, PCBs (fluorescent light ballasts)
  • Radioactive waste
  • Regulated hazardous waste
  • Septage/Sewage
  • Tires on rims
  • Toxic materials (ignitable, corrosive or reactive)
  • Yard waste (leaves, grass clippings)
  • Used oil