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Office Hours Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 4:30 pm ​General Office Phone # 906-932-5800


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ATTENTION RESIDENTS: Ironwood Township is committed to keeping the community members safe, healthy and informed.  The Township is not taking the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) risk lightly and is focused on our residents' and staff's well being.  

MDHHS Order Oct. 9 per MCL 333.2253 - Gathering Prohibition and Mask Order

Click the link above to read the full order.  In summary:

MDHHS Emergency Order, “Gathering Prohibition and Mask Order,” issued under MCL 333.2253, largely reinstates three major aspects of prior emergency orders: Requirements to wear masks at indoor and outdoor gatherings: The order requires individuals to wear masks at indoor and outdoor non-residential gatherings, and it requires businesses and government offices to enforce mask-wearing requirements on their premises.   Limitations on the size of gatherings: Similar to the previous expansion of gatherings announced last week, under the MDHHS order, indoor non-residential gatherings of more than 10 and up to 500 people are allowed, with the following limits:  20 people per 1,000 square feet (25 people per 1,000 square feet in Region 6), in venues without fixed seating. According to MTA Legal Counsel, if it is determined that a meeting of a public body is going to exceed the number or capacity of persons imposed by the DHHS Order, you would either need to end the meeting or move to a larger location or go outside to continue the meeting with safe distancing. A meeting may also be recessed for no more than 36 hours without re-noticing to allow moving to a larger location. Members of the public may be given the option to use a virtual method of attending the meeting, but under the OMA, a person cannot be turned away from an open session of an open meeting if they are not disrupting that meeting.

As of June 1st, the Township Office will be open with restrictions.  Offices are working remotely if possible.

  • The office will be OPEN with limited traffic.  Masks will still need to be worn for the unvaccinated.
  • ​No change in operational status for Township government employees from last week.
  • We encourage as much business to be done over the telephone and online as possible.
  • If you must visit the building for an extended amount of time we ask you to call to make an appointment. 
  • ​If you are coughing, feel sick, or are sick, please do not come into the office.
  • Until the pandemic is declared over building access will remain limited/restricted.
  • We thank the public for their patience as we all work through this.
  • A Reminder, cemetery flowers can be placed on Mothers day and are to be removed prior to September 30th.

 Residents attempting to make a utility or tax payment can do so here on our website, mail or via the drop box located just outside the front door.  The drop box will be monitored regularly. Tax payment receipts will be mailed with a self addressed stamped envelope only. 

Absentee voter applications and ballots can be dropped off via the dop box located just outside the door as well.  Please call Mary Segalin for any voter/ballot questions at 906-932-8446

Anyone in need of WiFi can access FREE Wi-Fi at the township office in the parking lot next to the Townhall gym area.  Please remember to use 6ft social distancing when possible.  Wi-Fi connection will be called "township gym" and the password to connect is: township

Those with questions, anyone needing assistance during this time or needing to conduct other Township business are asked to call (906) 932-8447 between the hours of 8 am - 4:30 pm Monday thru Friday.  Please click on the COVID-19 Link for more information.  Thank you, Supervisor Kangas

... located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We hope you will find this site helpful if you are relocating here or when visiting our picturesque Township. There are many gorgeous attractions located here, like Mt. Zion which is located on the campus of Gogebic Community College, the many water falls we have or for other scenic views visit  Copper Peak, where you can see clear to Lake Superior!