Palmyra Township follows the guidelines depicted in the Open Burning Act set forth by the State of Michigan.
Click on the link provided here for more information: http://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,4561,7-135-3310_4148_55793-234568--,00.html
Contact Fire Chief Paul Rohlan at 517-605-4158 or Assistant Chief Brian Wilcox 517-605-2455 to obtain a Burn Permit for Palmyra Township.
(Currently Palmyra Township only allows the burning of brush and leaves within the Township.)
You may purchase a dog license from the Palmyra Township Treasurer from December 1 through February for $10.
From March 1st through November, you may purchase a license from the Lenawee County Treasurer. The fee is $20. If you purchase a puppy or older dog in that time period, that fee is adjusted.
You must present a valid rabies certificate when purchasing a license. You can purchase a license during any tax collection day, by mail or by calling me to set up an appointment.
To purchase by mail, send $10 (cash or check payable to Palmyra Township), the rabies certificate and a self-addressed stamped envelope. I’ll return the license and rabies certificate to you.
Watch for details of our annual Rabies Vaccination and Dog License Clinic. This is usually held in the month of January, at the Community Room.
Matt Koester, Palmyra Township Treasurer
4276 Main St.
P.O. Box 97
Palmyra, MI 49268
State Primary Election
August 2, 2022
Last Day to Obtain an Absentee Ballot
Electors desiring to obtain an absent voter ballot for the August 2, 2022, State Primary Election may vote in person in the clerk’s office, located at the Palmyra Township Hall, 6490 Palmyra Road, on Monday, August 1st, until 4:00 p.m.
If you wish to obtain an absent voter ballot, please contact the following person:
Clerk: Chris Whited (517)260-8628
Please contact me if you have any questions regarding this matter.