Martin Township was organized in 1839 and named in honor of President Martin Van Buren. The first settlers were Mumford Eldred and his family. They were followed by other families who settled in the township from 1837 to 1850. Their names were – Walter, Montieth, Kimball, Shepherd, Shelman, Redpath, McVean, Patterson, Wheeler and Wylie. These families and their descendants have made Martin Township what it is today. We want to continue that legacy for all families living in our township today. Our vision is to provide a growing secure, hometown community.
The Village of Martin was incorporated in 1947. Visit the Martin Village Website.
Martin Township Community Links
Do you use the Internet for entertainment, education, or business? Do you rely on email and social media to help you communicate? Is your current Internet connection slow, and is the price too high?
These are some of the questions on a new survey for Allegan County residents. The survey is co-sponsored by the Allegan County Broadband Committee and the nonprofit group Connect Michigan.
It follows a series of meetings that have been called to explore the possibility of bringing high-speed broadband to more areas of the county… Read Full News Post