6042 Acme Road
Williamsburg, MI 49690
Phone (231) 938-1350
Fax (231) 938-1510
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8 am to 5 pm
For the latest status on Road construction in Acme Township and the Grand Traverse Region Click here
To see GTTC status up dates Go to:http://www.acmefuture.org and View menu GTTC
Update: Acme Farmland and Open Space Preservation Program
Acme Townships Farmland and Open Space Preservation Renewal passed on election day November 4 ,2014. We want to thank "The Friends of Acme Farmland" ,and Chairmain John Zaloudek for their hard work. This team of citizens efforts and communications with our citizens have gone a long way toward letting the township residents know how important this Preservation is to our community.
Acme/Holiday Hill's Property Owners SAD Information,click here:
North Flight EMS
North Flight EMS now has an emergency unit based at the Acme Township Fire Hall 7:00 am to 11:00 pm seven days a week. Please stop in and meet the folks who are part of the response team serving Acme Township residents. IN A SEVERE, LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCY ALWAYS CALL 911. North Flight is the largest Emergency Medical service (EMS) provider in Northern Michigan, offering advanced life support and critical care inter-facility transport and services. North Flight EMS is part of Munson Healthcare.
The Planning Commission has completed its 5 year review of the Acme Township Master Plan in 2014. The Acme community survey results were used to guide the Master Plan. This document will plan the future growth of the Township over the next 20 years in regards to commercial, residential, infrastructure needs, land preservation, land uses and more. It will also guide future changes to our zoning ordinance. Please visit AcmeFuture.org to learn more!
Get Your Passports Here!
Office Assistant Nancy Edwardson can process your request Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. We strongly encourage you to call ahead when you would like to come, and/or if you are obtaining a passport for a person aged 16 or under so that we can inform you about special requirements.
Shoreline Acquisition Project
Do you have questions about the Shoreline Acquisition Project? We have the answers! CLICK HERE.
Make Someone Famous
Do you know of an Acme business or resident who deserves a few days of fame? Send us an e-mail and we'll see about featuring them here or in the e-newsletter!
Before You Burn Outside
Are you thinking about burning something outside in Acme Township? Before you do, CLICK HERE.
Recommended Planting Guide for Municipalities
On January 6th, 2015 the Township Board approved an amendment to the Landscaping Ordinance Section 7.5.6., this ordinance promotes the use of native plant materials, and discourages the use of invasive plant materials. Acme Township will use the “Recommended Planting Guidelines for Municipalities” as published by the Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network, as periodically revised, to determine what constitutes a native species from an invasive species.
To view the Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network Recommended Planting Guide for Municipalities, click here.
Additional residential planting guides available at the Township office. Please stop by and pick one up before you plant.
Election Workers Needed
If you are interested in working elections and you live in Acme Township and/or Grand Traverse County, please call the Acme Township Clerk's office at 938-1350 or stop by the clerk's office for an application. There are four scheduled election dates a year (February, May, August and November). Election workers receive $10.00 an hour and you must be available to complete election inspector training when scheduled.
Check out the new Acme Township photo gallery
As of October 13, 2012 the use of Consumer Fireworks required to comply with the construction, chemical composition, and labeling regulations promulgated by the United States consumer product safety commission under 16 CFR parts 1500 and 1507 and that are listed in APA standard 87-1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3 or 3.5 IS PROHIBITED IN ACME TOWNSHIP except on the day of, the day before and the day after 10 national holidays. The holidays are New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. "Low impact" fireworks are not included in this ban. On August 12, 2013 an amendment to this ordinance to regulate the hours of discharge for fireworks went into effect. Section 4: Ignition, Discharge, and Use of Consumer Fireworks. 1. Hours of Discharge: The discharge of Fireworks shall be allowed between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m. - CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE APPLICABLE ORDINANCE.
Need to know what to do with your yard waste, hazardous waste and worn-out electronics? Curious about recycling and resource recovery in Grand Traverse County? CLICK HERE!
Military and Overseas Civilian Voters
Information for Military and Overseas Civilian Voters can be found by CLICKING HERE.