2024 March Board of Review Meeting Schedule

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The Bruce Township Board of Review will meet on the following dates: Tuesday   March 5th, 2024                         7 pm to 9 pm – Organizational Meeting

Monday March 11th, 2024 9 am to 3 pm Appeal Hearing
Tuesday March 12th, 2024 3 pm to 9 pm Appeal Hearing


Taxpayers are able to protest by letter or email sent to:

Bruce Township Board of Review – supervisor@brucetownship.net

OR Bruce Township Hall, c/o March Board of Review 3156 E. 12 Mile Road, Dafter, MI 49724


Letter or email appeals must be received by Monday March 11th, 2024 at 8 pm


The Petition to Board of Review form must be filled out and is available on the Bruce Township Website – http://brucetownship.net


Property Class        Ratio              Factor


Agricultural 42.40 1.17925
Commercial 48.55 1.02987
Industrial n/c n/a
Residential 44.71 1.11832
Timber Cutover n/c n/a
Development n/c n/a
Personal Property 50.00 1.0000

Recycling Items

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Please note that the information below relates to the Recycle items accepted in the recycle at the Township. The only exception is Cardboard which is accepted only at the Recycle Office.

Recycle Allowable Items

Notice to Bruce Township Residents

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Bruce Township Residents


The Public Accuracy Testing for the upcoming Michigan Special Election is scheduled on October 20, 2023, at 10:00 A.M. in the Bruce Township Hall, located at 3058 E. 12 Mile Road in Dafter, Michigan.


The Michigan Special Election is on November 7, 2023


The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate the accuracy of the Tabulator used to Count and Record the votes cast at the Election and meets the requirements of the law.


On Sale Now- $15.00

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On Sale Now- $15.00
Cash only. No checks or credit cards. (Exact change please)

A history of our Township is available at the township
office. 3156 E. 12 Mile Road.
Hours: M-F 10am to 4 pm.
Also for sale Tuesday evening September 13 from 4-7pm
at the Hall.

This book is presented by the Bruce Township Historical Society.
It covers the first hundred years of settling the area that becomes Bruce Township
in Chippewa County, Michigan.
It contains family histories, newspaper articles of long ago and pictures of the first schools,
churches and businesses.