Calhoun County Michigan
Rural Living at Its Best
If you need help of a non Emergency nature, you my call the numbers
Homer Fire 517-568-4328 Homer Police 517-568-4312
Tekonsha Fire 517-767-3484 Tekonsha Police 517-966-3363
The Township Hall built in 1872 it has been given some updates to make it more user friendly
but remains much as it was when built
The Township Hall located at 21947 R Dr South, Homer Mi
Our Mailing address,
P.O. Box 275
Tekonsha Mi, 49092
We are a member of the Michigan Township Association.
Clarendon is a civil Township, Established March 6, 1838.
Land area is 35.7 sq miles, water .2 sq miles, 2020 census shows the population to be 1,132,
Calhoun County, Michigan
Clarendon is a zoned community.
The zoning ordinance of 1976 has guidelines promoting and protecting the public health, safety and general welfare of the people in the community,
the ordinance has been amended,
January 2018 to read as follows.
a copy is available here.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 1976 ZONING ORDINANCE OF CLARENDON TOWNSHIP, AMENDED TO ALLOW TINY HOUSES AND MOVEABLE TINY HOUSES AS CONDITIONAL USES WITHIN THE AA AND RA ZONING DISTRICTS;
TO PROHIBIT THE LONG TERM PARKING OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES; AND
TO OTHERWISE PROTECT THE PUBLIC HEALTH SAFETY AND GENERAL WELFARE.
To view the compilate amendment, click
on the link below.
2023 Township board Meeting Dates: Second Monday of each month at 7:30.
Planning Commission Meetings are held at
6:30 pm at the Township hall preceding the Township board meeting March 13th, June 12th, September 11th, and December 11th.
Budget hearing for 2023 budget will be March 13th at 7:00 pm.
A printable map of the Township roads can be found here,
You may view each section of the Township in more detail, this is a large PDF file and
may take some time to download.
click on the link
Clarendon has a five member
board, they are
22525 M-60 West
Homer Michigan 49245
745 22 1/2 Mile Rd
Homer Michigan 49245
Township Applications & Permits
The forms are in PDF format. You will need a PDF reader,
you my download one for free from adobe systems.
Return completed form to,
Randy Shank (Zoning Administrator)
Phone (269) 967-3964 for an appointment
Township Ordinances adopted
Richard Maples (chair)
Board of Review
(Supervisor & secretary
of board of Review)
Robyn Kulikowski Assessor
Zoning Board of Appeals
Richard Maples (chair)
The Township has four cemeteries
Location: M-60 West
Clarendon employs a sexton that does a great
job of keeping the Township cemeteries and park
Clarendon park on 22 Mile Rd,
a fine place for a picnic, a cool dip in the pond.
Park is open to the public, has some rules for it's use.
BS & A on line
BS&A Online is a collection of municipal services providing instant and convenient access to various kinds of important information held at your local government.
click on link
The Saint Joseph River run's throw out the township
with 7 bridges on Township roads.
the photo is from 18 1/2 mile Rd bridge.
Calhoun County Senior Services
All services are funded by the citizens of Calhoun County
through support of the Senior Millage.
Services are available to any County resident,
aged 60 and over. Some programs may
have additional eligibility requirements.
To view a list of services, click on the link below.
We are a rural, mostly agricultural community,
Agriculture is not only a business but a way of life in Clarendon. We have family farms that have been in the family for generations.
We supply food to a great number of people,
next time you visit the grocery store,
that milk or eggs may have come from a Clarendon farm, ENJOY.
Policy for Taxpayer Access to Assessor's Office
The Township and its employees are here to serve the Public and be as transparent as possible. The Assessors office is accessible to any taxpayer that needs information concerning their assessment. The following are ways to contact the Assessor or his/her Deputy.
1. Taxpayer inquiries regarding assessing questions, assessment changes, exemption determinations, or to talk to the Assessor prior to March Board of Review may contact the following:
Clarendon Township's Assessor: Robyn Kulikowski Deputy Assessor: Daniel Slone
To contact the Assessor's office by phone: 269-967-4977
To contact the Assessor's Office by email:
1. The Assessor will attempt to answer your request immediately but it can take up to 7 days.
3. If you need to meet in person: you can email or call the Assessor's office. In person Appointments
are usually made on Mondays.
4. If you need to inspect a physical record card or copy physical information from the Township Record file:
Please call the office, or email the Assessor about the specific request. You will get a response as quickly as possible. You will be able to physically inspect or copy information within 7 days of the request.
5. If you would like an informal meeting with the Assessor to resolve an issue prior to the March Board of
Review: Please call the office for an appointment, or email that request.
i. Taxpayers can meet with the Assessor at any time all year long to discuss their assessment.
ii. Once notices are mailed, you have a limited time window, you should call as soon as you
receive the notice in order to get your issue resolved prior to the March Board of Review.
This tax was due by 9/14/2022,
payable to the local unit (city/township),
Pay by mail to:
PO Box 274
Tekonsha, Mi 49092
see message to taxpayer
on your tax bill for more ways to pay.
After 9/14/2022, additional interest and fees apply.
poverty exemption application.
The following PDF application has 5 pages
that must be completed with your information,
return completed document to,
Assessor Robyn Kulikowski at 269-967-4977
Supervisor Steve R. Schrock at 517-568-4047
Call ahead for an appointment.
To view and print application click on this link
If you have questions or comments you may contact the any board member.