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Calvin Township is a civil township of Cass County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,039 at the 2010 census. According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 35.6 square miles of which, 34.4 square miles of it is land and 1.1 square miles of it is water. Calvin Township is the location of the Calvin crater impact.

The Township Board Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm.

The Planning Commission meets as needed. Scheduled meetings will be posted on the website.

Township Officials

Township Supervisor - Adrienne Glover - 269.476.2242

Township Clerk - Michelle Anderson - 269.414.0127

Township Treasurer - Rosemary Gillam - 269.362.0674

Township Trustee - Keith Carter - 269.506.6108

Township Trustee - Rebecca Mitchell - 269.506.3075

Assessor - Krys Myers - 269.228.3331

Building Inspector - Adam Dahlgren - 269.998.2765 -

Electrical Inspector - Ron Bellaire - 269.663.3429

Enforcement Officer - Jason Pompey - 269.535.7463

Plumbing/Mechanical Inspector - John Dobberteen - 269.651.4567

Sexton - Bill Vaughn - 269.506.8615

Zoning Administrator/Code Compliance Officer - Doug Kuhlman - 269.651.3130

News and Announcements


Township of Calvin Appointing of Election Workers Meeting Notice

Appointment of Election Workers Meeting to be held at the William J. Robinson Community Center, 18693 Mount Zion St., Cassopolis, MI . Read more...


Unfortunately, our dumpster was misused with someone leaving trash outside of the recepticle.  Please remind anyone that may be using the dumpster that objects must fit inside completely.  If this type of abuse continues then the dumpster will have to be removed.



Notice of 30-day public review and comment period for the 5-year Recreation Plan. Read more...


Notice from Zoning Administrator.


Calvin Township special assessment monies have been used to maintain and pave local township roads.  We believe these are worthwhile projects and we ask for your continued support.


Poverty Exemption

MCL 211.7u provides for a property tax exemption, in whole or part, for the principal residence of persons who, by reason of poverty, are unable to contribute to the public charges. In order to receive a poverty exemption, a taxpayer must annually file a completed application form, and all required additional documentation, with the supervisor, assessor, or the Board of Review where the property is located. Read more...

Poverty Exemption Resolution 2024  24-02

Form 5737 Application for Poverty Exemption

Form 5739 Affirmation of Ownership and Occupancy to Remain Exempt by Reason of Poverty

Poverty Exemption Application


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