Welcome to Tuscarora Township…
Tuscarora Township is located in southern Cheboygan County, in the northern tip of the lower peninsula and at the heart of the “Inland Waterway” We are a General Law Township established in 1888. We are approximately 41 square miles in size and have a population of approximately 3000 residents.
Tuscarora Township encompasses the un-incorporated area known as Indian River and is a residential and recreation community. With its lakes and rivers, State and Township Parks, snowmobile trails and bike paths (under development), Tuscarora Township has year round interest and is the place to live and play.
The beautiful Tuscarora Township Municipal Building was built in 1994, replacing the original municipal building that was built in 1902. The Township Municipal Building also houses the Tuscarora Township Police and the Indian River Area Library.
DDA Meeting Cancellation
The Tuscarora Township DDA meeting scheduled for November 18, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. at the Tuscarora Township Hall, 3546 S. Straits Highway, Indian River, MI, has been cancelled due to lack of a quorum.
The next scheduled meeting of the DDA is Monday, December 16, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. at the Tuscarora Township Hall, 3546 S. Straits Highway, Indian River, MI 49749
Susan L. Fisher, Clerk
Sewer Project Presentation – 11-05-13
- Sewer Project Presentation [4.5 MB PDF]
Veterans Pier Project Update – September 16, 2013
The banner in front of the Tuscarora Township Building proudly says,
THANK YOU ALL
IS COMING TO INDIAN RIVER
and it has been possible to reach this goal with the generous support of so many donors.
It is with tremendous appreciation that the Veterans Pier Project Committee is able to announce an additional significant donation toward the construction and “enhanced” completion of the Veterans Pier at DeVoe Beach Park. The Ronald & Barbara DeYoung Family have donated $25,000 to the project for , as Mr. DeYoung said, “Let’s make sure it is done well…all aspects of the project”. The DeYoung family has followed the project process effort very closely and have always supported the concept. “We were very pleased with the involvement and support of the Burt Lake Preservation Association and are pleased to offer these funds to help finish the project well”, added Mr. DeYoung.
Universal accessibility to all to the Pier is a major factor of the Veterans Pier Project. These additional funds will be used to ensure that accessibility to the beautiful pavilion and the riverside viewing area as well. We urge others to continue considering donations to this wonderful project effort and THANK the DeYoung Family for their generous support.
Please refer to NEWS & NOTICES Proposed Veterans Pier for more information regarding the Veterans Pier Project.
Sewer & Streetscape
- Sewer & Streetscape Update — 11/12/2012
Monday 9:30 – 4:30 (lunch from 12:30 – 1:30)
Tuesday – Friday 9:30 – 1:30