Grayling Charter Township is located in beautiful northern Michigan's Crawford County. The Grayling area is the ideal place to live, work and play. Natural resources abound in a region where you can enjoy miles of recreational lands and waters.
More than just a playground, the region also features area colleges and course extensions that provide easy access to career and workforce development programs.
Grayling Charter Township supports a complete building department, comprehensive recycling/composting center, household trash compactor, Fish Hatchery Nature Park, tax-assessing department, fire department, and cemetery.
Through an innovative partnership with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR), the community has 2,000 acres available for industrial and commercial development, just off of I-75 at Four Mile Road.
COMPACTOR/RECYCLE CENTER PATRONS
ON FEBRUARY 15, 2016
THE REMOVAL OF THE FISH HATCHERY BRIDGE ON
NORTH DOWN RIVER ROAD WILL BEGIN
PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTION FOR ALTERNATE ROUTES
GRAYLING TOWNSHIP-the state says a $325 million particleboard manufacturing facility is planned for Michigan's northern lower peninsula that's expected to create about 250 jobs.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced Tuesday October 27th that Chile-based Arauco's facility is planned for a 600-acre site in Crawford County's Grayling Township.
Construction is expected to begin by spring and it is set to be completed by the end of 2018. The govenor's office says Arauco obtains wood fiber from sustainably-managed forests or post-industrial sources and doesn't use wood from native forest in their products.
The announcement comes aafter the Michigan Strategic Fund approved an $11.8 million, 13-year Forest Products Process Renaissance Zone. The dtate says $44 million of the project's cost is for building construction and $281 million is for machinery and equipment.
Grayling Charter Township Offices