The City Clerk administers elections, registers voters, serves as clerk to City Council and is the official record keeper for the City.
The City Clerk's office is responsible for maintenance of City records, which includes all recorded actions of the City Council as well as deeds, easements, contracts and other general records, including Brookside Cemetery, which is owned and managed by the City. For Planning Commission, Historic Preservation Commission or Zoning Board of Appeals information, contact Development Services Department Director Brad Raymond at 424-6548. For all other information, including Freedom of Information Requests (FOIA), contact Mary Feight at 424-6541.
Elections and Voter Registration
MAY 7, 2013 TECUMSEH SCHOOL DISTRICT LIBRARY ELECTION
The May 7, 2013 is a Tecumseh School District Wide Election and Raisin Township Clerk Betty Holdridge is conducting the election for all Tecumseh School District voters. Mrs. Holdridge may be contacted for any question you may have and for absentee ballot requests. If you received an absentee ballot application or ballot please return to Raisin Township Clerk, 5525 Occidental Hwy., Tecumseh, MI 49286. City of Tecumseh Voters of Precincts 1, 2 and 3 will vote at the Raisin Township Meeting Room located a 5525 Occidental Hwy and Precinct 4 voters will vote at the Raisin Township Community Center located at 3266 Gady Road, Tecumseh, MI 49286. The Raisin Township Clerk's phone number is 423-3162.
The City Clerk's Office conducts all City, State and Federal Elections. Voter registration records are maintained by the Clerk's Office using the state-wide Qualified Voter File. For voter registration and absentee ballots, contact Mary Feight at 424-6541.
The City Clerk is always looking for qualified voters registered in Lenawee County to serve as Election Inspectors. Interested persons ages 16 and older should contact Mary Feight at 424-6541 to obtain an application.
Local City officials elected by popular vote are the Mayor and Council Members. These positions are non-partisan and nominated by petition. Residents interested in running for elected office should contact Mary Feight at 424-6541 to obtain a petition and filing deadline information. In accordance with the City Charter, petition availability is advertised in the Tecumseh Herald via display ad, prior to each election.
The seven (7) member City Council is comprised of the Mayor and six Council Members, who serve for two (2) year terms each. The Mayor and three (3) Council Members are elected in November each even numbered year, while three (3) Council Members are elected every November in odd numbered years.
Voter Registration - Election Information
You may check the status of your voter registration in the City by calling 424-6541 or 424-6545. You may also check your voter registration status on the web by accessing the Secretaty of State's voter information center at www.Michigan.gov/vote.
New Photo ID Requirement to Vote:
Due to recent court ruling, all Michigan voters must show current photo identification before voting at the polls. Voters can satisfy the picture identification requirement by showing a current Michigan driver's license or personal identification card. A voter who is unable to show picture identification can vote after signing an affidavit attesting that he or she is not in possession of picture identification.
Licenses and Permits Issued by the Clerk's Office
Garage Sale permits, Temporary and Permanent Business Licenses, Solicitor's Licenses (for door to door sales), Non Profit Soliciting Licenses, Going Out of Business Licenses, Street Opening Permits and Water and Sewer Tap Permits can be obtained through the City Clerk's Office. Stop in the Clerk's Office or you may call 424-6541 or 424-6545 for requirements and costs.
Water and Sewer Services
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