The State of Michigan grants townships authority to regulate and control property development to promote and protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public. This responsibility is carried out in Kochville Township by a seven-member Planning Commission appointed by the supervisor with township approval.
The Planning Commission develops a comprehensive master plan for managing residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial, and other land and must hold at least four regular meetings per year. At least one public hearing is necessary before adopting any portion of the plan. The Commission also is responsible for implementing the township’s master plan by providing recommendations to the Board of Trustees for final approval.
All Kochville Township zoning ordinances, as well as the Kochville Township Master Plan are available for review at the Township Offices. You can find the Zoning Ordinance online HERE.
To learn more about planning & community development in Kochville Township, visit the Planning & Community Development page within the Services section of the website or click here to go to that page.
The 2019 Capital Improvement Program has been put in place and approved by the Board of Trustees. The CIP provides a framework of proposed projects that may be put in place over a five year duration. CIP also helps the community to ensure the long-term viability of Kochville Township.
The 2018 Annual Report has been put in place and approved by the Board of Trustees. The 2018 annual report is the economic development for 2018.
Meetings are scheduled for the second Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. In compliance of Public Act 233 of 2008, MCL 125.3821, Section 21 requires 4 (four) meetings a year for 2019: January 14, April 8, August 12, and October 14. Meetings are held at the Veteran’s Hall at 3265 Kochville Road Saginaw, Michigan.