The primary purpose of the Assessing Department is to estimate the fair market value, or “true cash value,” of all real and personal property located within the Township of Grand Blanc.
The Building Division is part of the Township’s Department of Public Services. The Building Division is responsible for protecting the public health, safety, and welfare as it pertains to buildings and their environments
Learn more about the Clerk's duties and responsibilities.
Code Enforcement is responsible for enforcing the general ordinances of the Township such as junk, trash and debris, vehicles, weeds, etc. Signs, illegal structures and certain activities also fall under the purview of Code Enforcement.
Department of Public Works (DPW)
The Township Department of Public Works is responsible for the maintenance and repair of Township owned public water and sewer infrastructures
The goal of the Finance Department is to accurately present, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, the results of Grand Blanc Township’s financial operations and conditions in a timely manner to all interested parties.
The Grand Blanc Township Fire Department provides fire and rescue services for the Charter Township of Grand Blanc.
Geographic Information System (GIS)
Grand Blanc Township's Geographic Information System contains several data sets that assist township staff and residents including water and sewer lines, parcel information, voting precincts, and many more.
Parks & Recreation
Register for activities, reserve facilities, find trails and more community activities through the Parks and Recreation Department.
Planning & Zoning
Planning & Zoning provides expertise and information to advise and assist public and private development and decision-makers in achieving the best possible development, redevelopment, and improvements for the benefit of everyone who lives here, works here, and visits the Township.
Read how the Grand Blanc Police Department is dedicated to providing a superior level of service to the residents, business leaders, local schools, and neighboring Law Enforcement partners of Grand Blanc Township.
The Superintendent is appointed by the Board of Trustees and is responsible for carrying out and directing the administration of the governments' day-to-day operations.
The supervisor is frequently the first official contacted about any township business or complaint and is often perceived as the township spokesperson.
Learn about the Charter Townships Treasurer's responsibilities.