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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 Chelsa Greathouse, Clerk, 574-903-0826 or fax 833-563-2228. Please include ATTN: Lisa on the cover page. 


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Penn Township Newsletter 2024


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