Road FAQ's

 There are two state routes that traverse the township: State Route 88, east/west and State Route 534, north/south.  These split the township into four roughly equal quadrants.  The northeast quadrant is occupied primarily by the Grand River Wildlife Area and has the least amount of road access.   Owing to the rural location, there are no limited‐access highways and many of the street surfaces are gravel or tar and chip.  There are approximately 50 miles of roadway in the township.    This total breaks down as follows:   approximately 10 miles of state routes, 17 miles of county roads, 20 miles of township roads and 4 miles of private drives.   Comprehensive Plan Pg. 61