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We are pleased with your interest, whether you are seeking governmental, business, or just browsing. We believe you will find the Charter Township of Madison a progressive community that is a great place to live, work and raise a family.
Townships are a product of Michigan's early history. Michigan is one of 20 states that currently has some form of township government. There are 1242 townships in Michigan.
Madison Township was organized March 7, 1834 and became a Charter Township in 1980. Madison Township is located in the southern part of Lenawee County.
The township is comprised of a total of 30.9 square miles of which 30.7 square miles of it is land and 0.2 is water.
Last census taken in 2010, Madison had a population of 8,621 with 2,365 households and with 1,751 families residing in the township. The population density was 283.7 per square mile. There are 2,504 housing units at an average density of 78.2 square miles.
The officials and staff of the Charter Township of Madison are pleased to provide you with specific information about services, calendar and events at this website. It is our intention to update it regularly and to keep it current. Please fell free to provide us with your feedback and suggestions. The Charter Township of Madison has enjoyed a proud heritage. Please know that working together we are making our township The Best of The Best.