Texas Township was founded in 1838 and continues to be one of the most sought after communities for families, young professionals, and retirees in Kalamazoo County. The diverse landscape of Texas Township has been strategically developed to meet the needs of families, businesses, and farms, while offering low taxes. Young families can find a variety of affordable housing options and residents are served by four award-winning school districts. We’re home to many local businesses and strive to meet the needs of our residents by offering a host of services such as a local Farmers’ Market committed to providing fresh and local foods, seasonal shred days, holiday events, and more. Whether you’re a young family looking for a place to plant roots, or a retired couple looking for a community to get involved with, we believe you’ll find a variety of reasons why you’ll want to call Texas Township home.
When are my taxes due? How much is my current tax bill? Where do my tax dollars go? Are you looking for answers to these questions? The Treasurer’s page can provide you with more information.
To learn more about upcoming elections, register to vote, or become a poll worker, visit our Elections page.
For more information about our General Ordinances or Zoning Ordinances, visit our Ordinances page.
Contemplating a building project? Wondering if you need a permit? The Building Department can provide guidance and assistance for upcoming projects and new construction.
If you’re preparing for an international trip, Texas Township can help you through the passport application process. Passports are processed by appointment only. Please call ahead at 269.375.1591 to schedule your appointment.
The Texas Township Fire Department just launched an all-new online burning permit form. All rules and regulations surrounding the existing permit still apply, but this new online option will allow residents to apply for a permit from the comfort of their own home.