Welcome to the Clerk’s Office webpage! Scroll down for information on Voter Registration & Elections, Garbage Pickup & Recycling, Solicitation Regulations, Block Parties, No Trespassing, Requests for Information and Copies, and Use of Township Hall!
Elections Coordinator/Administrative Assistant
Clerk/Typist - Voter Registration Clerk
Accounts Payable/Payroll Coordinator
Department Phone Number
Department Fax Number
Penny S. Shults, ext. 4001
Eve Ryan, ext. 4002
Kelly Comeau, ext. 4003
Barbara Armstrong, ext. 4006
Tandem Graves, ext. 4004
Julia Steimel, ext. 4005
(248) 391-0304, ext. 4001
Penny Shults, Clerk
We encourage you to submit an Application Form - Candidates for Board, Commissions and Committees (available on our website or at the Clerk's Office), if you would like to offer your time as a volunteer on a Township committee or to work on a Township project. Click here for the Application.
For County-Wide General Election Results Click Here
VOTER REGISTRATION OPPORTUNITIES
- Orion Township Clerk’s office, Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., at the Township Hall, 2525 Joslyn Rd.
- Oakland County Clerk, 1200 N. Telegraph Road, Pontiac, MI
- Any Secretary of State’s office.
- Voter registration forms are available at the Township Clerk’s office and on the Secretary of State’s website (). By law, voters registering by mail for their first registration in Michigan must appear in person at a polling place the first time they vote. (This restriction does not apply to voters aged 60 and older, disabled voters, or overseas voters.)
If you are unsure of your registration status – please check out the Michigan Voter Information Center.
For a Voting Precinct Boundary Map, click here.
Effective with the 2016 elections, some precinct boundaries have been adjusted and there is a new precinct and polling location. Voters affected by any changes have been sent notice of the change.
Pct. 1 – St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 715 N. Lapeer Rd., Lake Orion
Pct. 2 – Blanche Sims Elementary School, 465 E. Jackson St., Lake Orion
Pct. 3 – Pine Tree Elementary School, 590 Pine Tree Rd., Lake Orion
Pct. 4 – Orion Township Public Library, 825 Joslyn Rd., Lake Orion
Pct. 5 – Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 1950 S. Baldwin Rd., Lake Orion
Pct. 6 – Waldon Middle School, 2509 Waldon Rd., Lake Orion
Pct. 7 – Carpenter Elementary School, 2290 Flintridge, Orion
Pct. 8 – The Orion Center, 1335 Joslyn Rd., Lake Orion
Pct. 9 – Scripps Middle School, 385 E. Scripps Rd., Lake Orion
Pct. 10 – St. Mary’s in the hills Episcopal Church, 2512 Joslyn Ct., Lake Orion
Pct. 11 – Orion Oaks Elementary School, 1255 Joslyn Rd., Lake Orion
Pct. 12 – Lake Orion United Methodist Church, 140 E. Flint St., Lake Orion
Pct. 13 – Gingellville Community Church, 3920 S. Baldwin Rd., Orion
Pct. 14 – King of Kings Lutheran Church, 1715 S. Lapeer Rd., Lake Orion
Pct. 15 - Orion Township Fire Station #2 3801 Giddings Road, Orion*
*New Precinct Location
If you were unable to find what you needed on our website, please feel free to call the Clerk’s office at (248) 391-0304, ext. 4001, with any questions or concerns regarding elections or voter registration. General information on many aspects of elections, including voter registration, polling locations, and voting equipment is also available from the Secretary of State (see paragraph below).
Michigan Voter Information Center (MVIC):
provides residents with information regarding their voter registration status, upcoming elections, clerk information and how to use the voting equipment chosen by their county. You can also see a map and address for voter’s polling locations. The application provides the name, address, phone number and email address of the voter’s clerk.
Representative Districts for Orion Township
- County Commissioner District 1
- State House District 46
- State Senate District 12
- U.S. House of Representatives District 8
Families Against Narcotics (FAN)
Have you or a loved one been touched by addiction and need support?
Please join local Families Against Narcotics (FAN) at 6:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month at Woodside Church, located at 2500 Joslyn Road, Lake Orion, MI 48360 effective February 2016. The goal is to equip you with resources to bring an effective prevention, support, and recovery program for you and your family. FAN is committed to strengthen community-wide efforts to promote a healthier Oakland County through prevention, recovery, and support. Please visit www.noccmi.org for additional information.
Garbage Pickup/Recycling Services
Per Ordinance 73, all companies providing waste disposal services in Orion Township must be licensed. They are also required to offer recycling services to their residential customers at no extra charge and to collect those recyclables at least every other week. Recyclables may not be thrown into trash hauling vehicles -they must be collected in a separate vehicle. click here for recycling requirements.
Please click here for a list of licensed disposal service providers, rates, and services provided.
If you have a complaint regarding any one of the licensed haulers, click here for a complaint form.
If you have questions or concerns about your trash hauling services, contact your trash hauler. If you wish to file a complaint with use about your trash hauler, call or email us.
Non-profit groups who wish to solicit funds in the community must register with the Township Clerk’s Office. Per Ordinance 95, all other solicitors must apply for a permit ($35 application fee for first 30 days and $15 for each additional 30 day period). Solicitors are allowed to go door-to-door between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 1/2 hour before sunset in Orion Township.
If a solicitor comes to your door, ask to see the license. If it cannot be produced, call the Clerk’s Office, or non-emergency dispatch (248) 858-4950, to report the violation.
If you wish to close streets or roads for a neighborhood block party, you must submit an application to the Township Clerk’s office at least six (6) weeks prior to the requested date in order to obtain the necessary permit from the Road Commission for Oakland County. Click here for the application form.
Michigan Organ Donor Registry
The Michigan Organ Donor Registry is a database of residents who wish to be organ and tissue donors that is maintained by the Department of State. The registry is confidential and can only be accessed by Gift of Life Michigan to assist hospitals in the recovery and transplantation of organs and tissue.
Besides signing up online, you can add your name to the Organ Donor Registry when you:
- Renew or replace your standard driver's license or state ID card online at ExpressSOS.com.
- Visit a Secretary of State office and simply let the clerk know you want your name added to the Michigan Organ Donor Registry.
- Renew your state ID card by mail by checking the organ donor box and your name will be placed on the donor registry.
Requests to Use Township Hall
Township Hall is available for use for specific reasons. To see if your group qualifies, please email the Clerk’s Office or call them at (248) 391-0304, ext. 4001, prior to filling out and submitting the requested form.
The mission of the Clerk’s Office is to have custody of and maintain all Township records, including official documents such as minutes, contracts, resolutions, and ordinances; to produce and maintain the General Ledger and generate financial statements; to maintain the voter registration file and administer all elections; to generate payroll, process payables, and to act as secretary to the Board of Trustees. The Clerk’s Office also publishes all legal notices and serves as an information and referral center to the public. We will provide these functions in a friendly, efficient and quality manner in service to the community, Township Board, and Township employees.