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Nottawa Township is located in St. Joseph County, Michigan.
Nottawa Township Hall

112 South Clark Street
PO Box 68
Centreville, MI 49032
Phone: (269) 467-7835    Fax: (269) 467-8845
Highlights and upcoming events
  All meetings at the Township Hall unless indicated
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Nottawa Township Statistics
​Land area: 35.8 sq. mi.
Water area: 1.8 sq. mi.
Population: 3,999 (all rural)      More....
Nottawa Township was the center of the Notawasepe Potawatamie Reservation which was the home of the ancestors of the Nottawasippi Potawatamies starting in 1821.
Notary Service FREE to township residents.
Contact the clerk
Styrofoam RecyclingWaste Management's Westside Landfill in Three Rivers will be a drop-off location at 60050 Roberts Rd.
7:30 a.m.-11:30​. Click here for details...
Cable TV complaints? Click here....
In light of recent guidelines for the COVID-19 pandemic we will have limited office hours for staff and building officials.   Applications are available on this site and contact info to contact staff, assessor and building officials
Covid-19 Re-Opening Plan - June 2020

2021 Voter Information. At the November 2 election only residents of the township (not the Village of Centreville) will be voting on a 1 mil road millage. Click to view a Sample Ballot

September 20, Monday 6:00 pm Township Board meeting Agenda

October 12, Tuesday 7:00 pm Planning Commission
    Approved Draft of Master Plan for Review

November 2 Tuesday Election Day

November 4, Thursday 6:00 pm Lake Board meeting

Notice of Vacancy:  Township Sexton
Applications are being accepted for the position of sexton for the five cemeteries of Nottawa Township. 


  NOTTAWA TOWNSHIP   
CENTREVILLE, MICHIGAN
Emergency Siren Testing
First Saturday of each month at 12:05 p.m.
March through October
REAL ID
The federal government extended the deadline for REAL ID to May 3, 2023.Click here for more details.....
Severe Weather Recovery – Self Reporting Survey
If you had damage to your property in St. Joseph County during the severe weather events on August 11 and 12, 2021, please take a few minutes and fill out a self-reporting damage survey to tell us about it! We are looking to find resources to help residents in the county and knowing where the damage is and what occurred will help with that effort.
Click here for Survey link

County emergency home repair financial assistance
Click here for information and contact number