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The Penn Township hall is located at 60717 S Main Street, Vandalia.


Regular mailing address is:

Penn Township
PO Box 69

Vandalia, MI  49095

Tax Payments mailing address is:

Penn Township
16738 Donnell Lake Street, Unit A

Vandalia, MI  49095

Fire Department mailing address is:
Penn Township Fire Department
PO Box 7
Vandalia, MI  49095

The hall is not operated full-time. If you have questions, you can call 269-476-2171 or fax 833-563-2228. Please include ATTN: Lisa on the cover page. 



Establishment of Early Voting Site & Hours

All qualified electors have the right to mark a ballot and deposit the ball in the tabulator beginning
the second Saturday before the election and ending the Sunday before the election. Early
voting will be available at the early voting site for the hours listed below. Read more...

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Agenda - February Board of Trustees Meeting

The Penn Township Board of Trustees will meet on February 12, 2024 at 6:30pm at the township hall.  Read more...

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Proposed Marijuana Ordinance Amendment

An ordinance to amend the Penn Township Zoning Ordinance to include equivalent licensed medical marijuana facilities as allowed ... Read more...

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Court Recognizes Cannabis Cultivation as Agricultural Operation

In a first-of-its-kind decision, the Cass County Circuit Court has ruled in favor of HRP Cassopolis, LLC, a Michigan-based cannabis business... Read more...


Grand Opening - Penn Township Sport Court Park 

The grand opening of the Penn Township Sport Court Park was a successful event. See more...


Penn Township Budget


Dowagiac River Watershed

If you live or work in Cass County, southern Van Buren County, or eastern Berrien County, chances are good that you are helping to determine the fate of the Dowagiac River. Will the water quality improve? Will trout and other coldwater fish thrive? Will there be wildlife to enjoy along the river? These are some of the questions that you are helping to answer in the way you live, the resources you use, and the efforts you make to be part of your community planning and zoning process.  If you are interested read more here...


Principal Residence Exemption

Recently bought or sold a home? The State of Michigan has information about filing a Principal Residence Exemption Affidavit or a Request to Rescind Principal Residence Exemption. 

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Traffic Counts

Michiana Area Council on Governments Traffic Counts


Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund

If you are experiencing hardships associated with the coronavirus pandemic and find yourself with a delinquent mortgage, taxes, utilities etc. you may qualify for assistance through the Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund

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