Co.Rd. 510 Public Information Meeting - 2017 Reconstruction

The Marquette County Road Commission will hold a public informational meeting 2/23/17 to discuss and take comment on the reconstruction of County Road 510 from CR 502 (Midway Drive) to Hardwood Lane. 

2-in-1 Garbage / Recycle Truck ...

With two separate compartments, North County Disposal is using a new truck to pick up garbage and recycling at the same time.  Be certain to break down boxes so they will fit into the smaller recycling area.

Trail Lighting Project Complete ...

The project was possible thanks to a grant and partnerships with local groups including NMU's Lineman Tech program and the Marquette Board of Light and Power - lit daily from 5:30pm-Midnight and 6am-9am.  

Winter Recreation begins Tuesday, November 1st ...

In addition to basketball, foozball and volleyball - board games, cribbage, Yahtzee dice, coloring books, crayons, paints and jigsaw puzzles are available.    There is NO CHARGE to participate.

Fire Department Recruitment underway ...

The Negaunee Township Fire Department is currently accepting applications for firefighters and EMS.  Click on the link to obtain more information ...

Water Welder ...

While winter 2015-2016 has been relatively mild, the Water Department is ready (if necessary) to tackle frozen water lines with the Miller Big Blue 500 Welder aquired last year.

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Welcome to Negaunee Township


Dead River Basin Sunset

Located in Marquette County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Negaunee Township was established on February 14, 1859. 

The Townhip was originally made up of the territory which had been Teal Lake Township, with various sections of the western part subsequently being detached in the formation of Ishpeming and Tilden Townships

The first settlements in the Township were made under the sponsorship of the Jackson Iron Company, as iron ore was discovered in the area by William A. Burt on September 19, 1844. 

Today Negaunee Township is home to both residents and commercial businesses.  The scenic setting is traversed by the Iron Ore Heritage Trail, a 48-mile, multi-use, year round trail that connects communities and people to the region’s historic sites and human stories.  In addition, trails and water access throughout the Township offer year round recreation possibilities.