Designated Town 4 South in Range 9 West by Michigan Land Survey, Wakeshma is in the far southeast corner of Kalamazoo County.

Township Office
13988 South 42nd Street
Fulton, MI 49052
Phone: 269-778-3728
Fax: 269-778-3220

Clerk's Hours
First & Third Monday's of the month
9am - Noon

Treasurer's Hours
Monday 9am to Noon & by appointment

Recycling Hours
Tuesdays & Fridays 8am to 1pm
Wednesday's Noon to 6pm
2nd Saturday of month 8am to Noon (Except August - September)





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Township News & Parcel Information


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Township Business

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Wakeshma History

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Public notice






















Township of Wakeshma

A public hearing will be held on a proposed increase of 3.0 mills in the operating tax millage rate to be levied on property in 2018.


PLEASE TAKE NOTICE on Wedneday, November 28th, 2018 at approximately 6:00pm Wakeshma Township will be holding a public hearing to take action on the proposed additional millage increase which voters approved on November 6th, 2018. If adopted, the proposed additional millage will increase operating revenues from ad valorem property taxes 155.447% over such revenues generated by levies permitted without holding a hearing. If the proposed additional millage rate is not approved, the operating revenue will increase by .53% over the preceeding year's operating revenue.


The taxing unit publishing this notice, and identified below, has complete authorty to establish the number of mills to be levied from within its authorized millage rate.


The meeting will be held at the Wakeshma Township Hall at 13988 South 42nd Street, Fulton, MI 49052.



Wakeshma Township Clerk

Shawn Fritz

PO Box 136

Fulton, MI 49052







Wakeshma Township will provide necessary reasonable auxiliary aids and services at the meeting/hearing to individuals with disabilities, such as signers for the hearing impaired and
audiotapes of printed materials being considered, upon reasonable notice to the Township. Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services should contact the Township Clerk as designated below at least five days before the date of the meeting.