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Master Plan for Hamburg Township

Master Plan For Hamburg Township

Master Plan Update 2020

The Hamburg Township 2020 Master Plan Update has begun. Township Staff and the Township Master Plan Steering Committee have held various events to get the word out and to solicit the need for public input. To view the current 2011 Master Plan or learn about the Master Plan process please go to our official 20|20 Master Plan Update website here: Or stop by the Hamburg Township offices to learn about the Master Plan. 

The Master Plan Steering Committee will help to guide the update process. It will help to brainstorm on the information needed for the re-writing of the master plan, it will help to staff the public meetings and review the public input, it will help  create and review the new Master Plan Documents.  

For further updates, meeting schedule, the draft Master Plan, comments, and more, please visit our official Master Plan 2020 Update website.

Livingston County Plans can be found at the following link:

Livingston County Plans

Livingston County Plans are more generalized for the entire County, and Hamburg Township's Plans are more localized to support the needs of our future. 

Other Township Plans

About Hamburg Township

Hamburg Township was organized as a township in 1837. We are a "general law" township as defined under Michigan law. Hamburg is a "zoned" community. Zoning was first enacted in 1968. Hamburg Township participates in the National Flood Insurance Program and is a Community Rating Service Class 8 community. Many areas of the township are served by sewer service, and some are served by water service. The Township supports its own fire and police departments. Hamburg's fiscal year begins July 1st and ends June 30th. In the 2000 Census, Hamburg had 20,627 people. In the 2010 Census, Hamburg had 21,165 people.

Updated November 22, 2019

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