Welcome to Olive Township, a community of thriving agriculture, business and residential neighborhoods cultivated from generations of families in the heart of Ottawa County, Michigan.

Founded through the first election of officers on April 6, 1857, Olive Township selected its first Supervisor, Clerk and Treasurer through the vote of 57 attendees. Today, Olive Township has approximately 2,700 registered voters and the ninth Supervisor of record since its founding. Originally named Eastman Township and extending all the way to Lake Michigan as the western border, Olive Township split in 1915, creating current day Port Sheldon Township.

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Vote for county, state and federal candidates, school board members, judges, and important proposals at the county and state levels. Both precincts vote in the Olive Township Hall.

If you are not already registered to vote in Olive Township, the deadline to register is October 9. To see if you are registered to vote, to find your voting location, and to view a sample ballot, visit the Michigan Voter Information Center at vote.michigan.gov/mvic/
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