Important Links for More Information on COVID-19 in Michigan

 

Mid-Michigan District Health Department: https://www.mmdhd.org/covid-center/

Michigan Department of Health & Human Services: https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention: http://www.cdc.gov/Coronavirus

 

Vaccine Updates from the Mid-Michigan District Health Department

What to Do If You Have COVID-19

COVID-19 Office Updates

 

Our offices are currently open to the public, however residents are still encouraged to utilize our drop box, mail, or online payment options for bill payments or other business if possible. Receipts can be mailed upon request. Township phone numbers, online payment options, and additional departmental service information are listed below.

 

Our outdoor park facilities are still available to residents, although we have already prepared them for winter (no restrooms, docks, etc.).

 

Please continue to check this page for further updates from the Township.

 

Online Services Encouraged

 

While our offices are currently open to the public, please remember that we have staff available by phone and email to answer questions. We encourage our residents to make payments via online or the drop box outside of our building. Receipts can be mailed upon request.

 

Property Taxes Payment Options                                           Sanitary Sewer Payment Options

 

For questions or phone services, please use the following directory:

Front Desk
(517) 641-6728
Email: info@bathtownship.us 

Building Department
(517) 641-4238
Email: buildingdept@bathtownship.us 

Parks & Recreation
(517) 641-6728
Email: bathrec@bathtownship.us 

Planning & Zoning
(517) 641-5166
Email: ntafelsky@bathtownship.us

Resources for Seniors

 

Due to the susceptibility of the age group served by the Bath Township Senior Center to COVID-19, the Bath Township Senior Center has remained closed, and will stay so into the near future. NO congregate meal sites (similar to our Center) are open at this time in our State. Guidance from the State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (and being strictly followed by TCOA) is that meal sites will NOT REOPEN until at least 60 days AFTER the State enters Phase 6. Our region of the state is currently in Phase 4. Those age 60+ can still arrange for meal pick-up by calling Tasha Stetler at (517) 887-1393. Participants only have to provide their name, phone number, address and birth date.

 

More resources and information can be found on the Tri-County Office on Aging website: https://www.tcoa.org/