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.
The BCGTUA is seeking Statements of Qualifications from Professional Engineering firms, licensed in the State of Michigan, for the Four Mile Road Water and Wastewater project.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES Beaver Creek-Grayling Townships Utility Authority (BCGTUA) (pdf)
REGARDING RECYCLING IN CRAWFORD COUNTY
Due to the rising costs associated with recycling and the drop in the value of recyclable material, the Crawford County Recycling Council has determined it to be potentially more economical for each township/city to determine the course of their own recycling efforts. Each municipality will decide whether or not to continue recycling and whether or not to continue the county recycling surcharge in order to fund the recycling program.
Beginning August 1st, the Grayling Township Recycling Center will accept recyclable material from residents of Grayling Township ONLY. Residents will be required to show their green and white compactor pass to enter and use the compacting /recycling services at the center. The recycling center hours will remain the same.
This policy change impacts recycling ONLY. Trash removal will remain the same in all municipalities (townships/city). Contact your municipality with any questions.