Clerk's Office

Clerk's Office

Contact Us
44405 Six Mile Road (corner of 6 Mile & Sheldon Road) Northville, MI 48168
8am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
248.348.5825

General Information

Clerk@twp.northville.mi.us 

Marjorie Banner 

Clerk

mbanner@twp.northville.mi.us 

Katie Anderson 

Deputy Clerk

kanderson@twp.northville.mi.us

Melissa Jones

Voter Registration Official

Jodi Mitchell

Election Associate

Election/Voting Information

NOTICE OF PRE-PROCESSING ABSENT VOTER BALLOT ENVELOPES

What's New?

Clerk’s extended hours
October 10 (Saturday) – 8am-12pm
October 15 (Thursday) – 8am-6:30pm
October 21 (Wednesday) – 8am-6:30pm
October 27 (Tuesday) - 8am-6:30pm
October 30 (Friday) – 8am-5pm
October 31 (Saturday) - 7am-3pm
 
If you want to vote for candidates from multiple parties, you may do so in the General Election on November 3rd.

Application for Absentee Ballot

Want to Vote Absentee?

Absentee Ballots will be mailed on September 25. To apply for an Absentee Ballot, contact the Clerk's Office at 248.348.5825. 

Election Day Information

The polls are open from 7am - 8pm.  7 - 9am and 6 - 8 pm are the busiest voting times.  You must be in line at 8pm, with an application to vote. (Precinct inspectors and local Clerks do NOT have the authority to keep the polls open past 8 p.m.) 

Bring your photo I.D. or be prepared to complete an affidavit that you are not in possession of your photo I.D. You MAY vote without photo I.D. by completing the affidavit.

 

Absentee Voter Ballot Information 


Absent Ballot Voter Application

Did you know that anyone can vote an absentee ballot now? (We call it "No-Reason Absentee"). We can automatically mail you an application before each election if you enroll on the Permanent Absentee Voter List. Enroll by going to the Permanent AV List page and submitting your info!

Did you know?

  • Residents do not need to provide a reason to vote absentee.
  • The last day to request an Absent Voter ballot by mail is the Friday prior to the Election. Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • The last day to request an Absent Voter ballot in person is the Monday prior to the Election; you will have to vote your ballot at the Clerk’s Office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
  • Absent Voter Ballots must be returned to the Clerk’s Office by 8 p.m. on Election Day.  

Voter Registration Information

Voters may register to vote by mail, in person at Township Hall, online at https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoter or in person at a Secretary of State Office until 15 days prior to each election. 

OR, register in person at the Clerk’s Office from 14 days before each election until 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. 

Proof of Identification: voters who register to vote in person at the Clerk’s Office during the 14 days prior to the election, including on Election Day, must show proper identification or sign an affidavit of identity. Proper identification includes:

  • Driver’s license or personal identification card issued by the State of Michigan or another state

  • Federal or state government- issued photo identification

  • U.S. passport

  • Military identification card with photo

  • Student identification with photo from high school or an accredited institution of high education

  • Tribal identification card with photo 

 

Proof of residency: voters who register to vote in person with their city or township clerk during the 14 days prior to the election,

including on Election Day, must show proof of residency. This can be:

- A valid Michigan Driver’s License or Personal ID with the current residential address

- Other documents that may be accepted for proof of residency include:

  • A current utility bill with the applicant’s name and address
  • A bank statement with the applicant’s name and address
  • A paycheck with the applicant’s name and address
  • A government check with the applicant’s name and address
  • Other government documents with the applicant’s name and address 
 

What Do We Do?


The Clerk's Office provides clerical service to the Board of Trustees (BoT) by preparing the agendas and recording the minutes of BoT meetings. 

As official keeper of the records, original minutes of all meetings of the Board of Trustees and Boards and Committees are kept and archived in the Clerk's Office.

The filing of petitions, lawsuits, subpoenas, and Freedom of Information Act requests occurs at the Clerk's Office as well. 

The Clerk's Office conducts elections in accordance with State and Federal law. The Clerk administers the Oath of Office to Township officials, Police, sworn personnel and appointees to boards & committees.