With nature preserves, trails, ponds, bike paths, parks, beaches, and recreation areas, Fort Gratiot has plenty for people to enjoy all four seasons. Fort Gratiot Township is also home to the largest commercial corridor in St. Clair County. Fort Gratiot Township Has It All…Small Town Charm With Big City Opportunities!
Monday, March 2nd, 2015, was the last day to pay your winter taxes at the Township Hall.
Monday, April 6, 2015: Recycling will not be picked up this week. As a reminder, clear bags should not be used for trash. Also, only clear glass can be recycled. If you place your trash in your driveway, from the road view, please place your trash on the left side of your driveway and your recycling on the right. Trash should be out by 7AM because routes can be adjusted due to weather and personnel and your truck may come at a different time than normal. Please make sure that your bags can be seen if they are not in a container; snow can conceal the white bags with a minimal amount of snowfall..
Yard waste pickup has ended for the winter. It is a weekly pickup that runs annually from mid-April until the week of Thanksgiving. Pickup will begin again on April 14th and 15th, 2015.
Burning permits are required and are issued on an annual (January 1 – December 31) basis. Please contact the fire department at (810) 385-5666 for more information.
Cabin fever getting you down? Visit the Port Huron City Recreation Website to check out all of the class offerings for kids and adults. Through a cooperative agreement between the City of Port Huron of Fort Gratiot Charter Township, Fort Gratiot residents are eligible for the Port Huron resident rates (listed as “Resident Fee” in program guides) for all programs and events.
Online registration is also available!