Welcome to Bath Township!
Employment Opportunity - Senior Center Cook
Deadline to apply is 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 12, 2015.
The position is part time, 10-15 hours per week, $10.00 per hour. The Bath Township Senior Center serves nutritional lunches three days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), except holidays as approved by the Bath Charter Township Board of Trustees.
Breaking & Entering Alert from Bath Township Police Department
On Tuesday, July 28 around 1:30 pm, there was a Breaking & Entering reported on Laingsburg Road, just northeast of the Bath Township line. The resident entered the back door and the suspect ran out the front door. Suspect information is as follows: A black male in his 20s, driving a newer model copper/rust colored Dodge Avenger with a black rally stripe. The license plate could possibly end in 341.
If you have any information on this, please contact Bath Township Police at (517) 641-6271, or contact Shiawassee County Sheriff's Department. If you should see any suspicious activity, or possibly this suspect, please call 911 immediately.
Bath Township Awarded Capital Region Community Foundation Impact Grant
Bath Charter Township has been awarded a $55,000 Impact Grant by the Capital Region Community Foundation for its Senior Center kitchen upgrade and expansion project.
One other grant was awarded to a comprehensive transitional living program known as Hosanna House, which helps youth who are aging out of the foster care system.
The efforts and support of many people have helped us get to this place. A very special thank you to Township Trustees Ryan Fewins-Bliss and Cindy Cronk, Judy Gardi and the entire Senior Services Advisory Committee, all of the many volunteers and donors that supported Phase I, the patrons of our Senior Center, the Board of Trustees, and the community of Bath Charter Township.
Please click the learn more icon to read the press release issued by the Community Foundation!
Current Committee Vacancies
> Building Authority, 1 Vacancy
> Downtown Development Authority, 1 Vacancy (posted 4/29/2015)
> Road Committee, 1 Vacancy (posted 7/13/2015)
Chronic Wasting Disease in Meridian Township (Ingham County)
Michigan confirms state's first case of chronic wasting disease in free-ranging white-tailed deer.