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3800 Lapeer Road
Port Huron Twp, MI 48060
Phone: 810-987-6600
Fax: 810-987-6712

Office Hours 

Monday to Friday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm

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If you make payments online using your checking or savings account, please be sure to allow at least 2 - 3 business days for processing by PSN and your bank.  Payments not approved by the due date may result in a late fee.  

When paying your utility bills online, you must click on "Pay Utility Bills" and register.  If you click on "Pay Miscellaneous Bills", processing of your payment may be delayed resulting in a late fee.


Utility bill payments, call 1-877-885-7968.  On the first call, you will register on the automated phone payments system so that future payments are just 4 steps.






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Ordinance No. 243 - Prohibition of Recreational Marihuana Establishments Ordinance - Adopted March 19, 2019.

Yard Waste Pickup:  Yard waste pickup in Port Huron Township will begin the week of April 1, 2019.  Customers may use up to a 35 gallon trash can with an "X" or "Yard Waste" sticker on them or use the brown yard waste bags.  Yard waste must be at the curb no later than 7:00 am on the day of pickup.

Port Huron Township Easter Eggstravaganza:  Please join us for the annual Port Huron Township Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Central Middle School.  Event includes an Easter Egg Pickup (come & get your eggs anytime), inflatables, raffle, guessing jar, make and take crafts, magician (at 2:00 pm), the Fire Department and Sheriff Department. $1.00 photo with the Easter Bunny (or bring your own camera for free).  Presented by the Port Huron Township Recreation Board.  

Burning Permits:  Burning permits are required in Port Huron Township.  The cost is $15 per year (March 1 - February 28) and can be picked up at the Township office at 3800 Lapeer Road.  You are responsible for your own fire.  "All open burning shall be conducted in a safe, nuisance free manner."

1) Open burning shall be constantly attended and supervised by a competent person at least (18) years of age with fire extinguishing equipment.

2) "Campfire" means a small outdoor fire intended for ceremonial purposes, recreation or cooking, but NOT for disposal of yard waste.

3)  "Burning of yard waste" including but not limited to trees, logs, brush, stumps, leaves, and grass clippings, is allowed with the permit and must be further than 1,400 feet from the borders of the cities of Port Huron or Marysville, and during daylight hours only.

4)  Burning of yard waste shall be conducted only on the property on which the materials were generated.

5)  Open burning shall be conducted at least twenty five fee (25') from the nearest building which is not on the same property, form any combustible material, combustible wall or partition, exterior window opening, exit access or exit.  This includes barbecues, gas and charcoal grills for cooking.

6)  No open burning in or upon any street, curb, gutter, sidewalk or ditch.

7)  No open burning when an "air quality action day" has been declared.

8)  No open burning within 1,000 feet of any school while school is in session.

9)  No open burning shall be undertaken when a Burn Ban is in effect.

10) No burning of hazardous substances, plastics, tires, commercial or residential trash, flammable liquids, treated, glued, or painted wood products at any time.

11) The Fire Chief or his designee, representing the Township of Port Huron may inspect any property for the purpose of ascertaining compliance with the provisions of this ordinance.

12) Anyone who violates any of the provisions of this ordinance or fails to comply with a duly authorized order issued pursuant to this ordinance shall be deemed to be responsible for a municipal civil infraction.  The violator shall pay costs which may include all expenses, direct and indirect, which the Township of Port Huron has incurred in connection with the municipal infraction. In addition the Township may revoke a permit issued of this ordinance and/or may refuse issuance of another permit hereunder for up to one (1) years. 

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We are a full service community providing for the 10,654 citizens of the township. We provide those essential services that provide for a high quality of life.

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Township Officials

Robert G. Lewandowski, Jr.

Benita Davis

Peter Shonka


Donnie Dudas
William Livingston
John Reno
Steve Riehl


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