Contents 1 Midwestern and central 2 Northeastern states 2.1 New England and New York 2.2 Pennsylvania and New Jersey 3 Southern states 4 States with civil townships 5 States without civil townships 6 States which once had but no longer have civil townships 7 See also 8 Notes 9 External links


Midwestern and central[edit] See also: Indiana township trustee and Political subdivisions of Wisconsin Madison Township Hall in Madison Township, Richland County, Ohio Depending on the state, the township government has varying degrees of authority. In the Upper Midwestern states near the Great Lakes, civil townships (known in Michigan as general law townships[1] and in Wisconsin as towns), are often, but not always, overlaid on survey townships. The degree to which these townships are functioning governmental entities varies from state to state and in some cases even within a state. For example, townships in the northern part of Illinois are active in providing public services — such as road maintenance, after-school care, and senior services — whereas townships in southern Illinois frequently delegate these services to the county. Most townships in Illinois also provide services such as snow removal, senior transportation, and emergency services to households residing in unincorporated parts of the county. The townships in Illinois each have a township board, whose board members were formerly called township trustees, and a single township supervisor. In contrast, civil townships in Indiana are operated in a relatively consistent manner statewide and tend to be well organized, with each served by a single township trustee and a three-member board. Civil townships in these states are generally not incorporated, and nearby cities may annex land in adjoining townships with relative ease. In Michigan, general law townships can incorporate as charter townships, a status intended to protect against annexation from nearby municipalities and which grants the township some home rule powers similar to cities. In Wisconsin, civil townships are known as "towns" rather than townships, but they function essentially the same as in neighboring states. In Minnesota, state statute refers to such entities as towns yet requires them to have a name in the form "Name Township".[citation needed] In both documents and conversation, "town" and "township" are used interchangeably. Minnesota townships can be either Non-Urban or Urban (giving the township government greater power), but this is not reflected in the township's name.[2] In Ohio, a city or village is overlaid onto a township unless it withdraws by establishing a paper township. Where the paper township does not extend to the city limits, property owners pay taxes for both the township and municipality.[3] Ten other states also allow townships and municipalities to overlap.[4] In Kansas some civil townships provide services such as road maintenance and fire protection services not provided by the county.


Northeastern states[edit] See also: New England town and Political subdivisions of New York Map of Cattaraugus County, New York showing municipal and township organization New England and New York[edit] In New England, the states are subdivided into towns, which are fully functioning municipal corporations that provide most local services. While counties exist in New England, for the most part they serve as dividing lines for state judicial systems. With the exception of a few remote areas of New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, every square foot of New England lies within the borders of an incorporated town. New England also has cities, most of which are towns whose residents have voted to replace the town meeting form of government with a city form. In portions of New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, county subdivisions that are not incorporated are occasionally referred to as townships, or by other terms such as "gore", "grant", "location", "plantation", or "purchase". In New York, counties are further subdivided into towns and cities, the principal forms of local government. Towns fulfill a function similar to those of townships in other states. As is the case in New England, every square foot of New York's territory is incorporated; all New York residents who do not live in a city or a Native American reservation live in a town. New York towns contain one or more incorporated villages, and village residents pay both town and village taxes. Towns also include a number of unincorporated hamlets. Pennsylvania and New Jersey[edit] A Pennsylvania township is a unit of local government, responsible for services such as police departments, local road and street maintenance. It acts the same as a city or borough. Townships were established based on convenient geographical boundaries and vary in size from six to fifty-two square miles (10–135 km²). A New Jersey township is similar, in that it is a form of municipal government equal in status to a village, town, borough, or city, and provides similar services to a Pennsylvania township.


Southern states[edit] 1877 map of Warren County, Indiana. Among all civil townships, only Pine Township exactly matches a survey township with 36 sections. In the South, outside cities and towns there is generally no local government other than the county. North Carolina is no exception to that rule, but it does have townships as minor geographical subdivisions of counties, including both unincorporated territory and also land within the bounds of incorporated cities and towns (as well as the extraterritorial jurisdiction of municipalities). Every county is divided into townships as mandated since the North Carolina Constitution of 1868. Some urbanized counties such as Mecklenburg County (Charlotte) now number their townships (e.g. "Township 12") rather than using names. Townships all over the state used to have some official organization and duties but now are only considered ceremonial divisions of each county. Township names are still used quite extensively at the county government level in North Carolina as a way of determining and dividing up areas for administrative purposes; primarily for collecting county taxes, determining fire districts (e.g. Lebanon Township in Durham County gives its name to the Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department), for real estate purposes such as categorizing land deeds, land surveys and other real estate documents, and for voter registration purposes. In most areas of North Carolina that are outside any municipal limit (outside cities or towns), townships are used to determine voter polling places, and in most instances county election boards divide up their voter precincts by township. However, there is no government per se at the township level in North Carolina, and there are no elected or appointed offices associated with townships.


States with civil townships[edit] As of 2012, there were 16,360 organized town or township governments in the following 19 states:[5] Connecticut Illinois Indiana Kansas Maine Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Nebraska New Hampshire New Jersey New York North Dakota Ohio Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Dakota Vermont Wisconsin


States without civil townships[edit] There were 31 states without organized town or township governments as of 2012:[5] Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Iowa Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Mississippi Missouri Montana Nevada New Mexico North Carolina Oklahoma Oregon South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia Wyoming


States which once had but no longer have civil townships[edit] Iowa had 1,608 townships in 1942. By 1952, their responsibilities and functions had essentially been absorbed by their counties, were considered "vestigal", and were no longer counted.[6] Missouri had 329 townships in 1952, with "limited powers", primarily limited to local roads and bridges.[7] Oklahoma did have civil townships statewide upon statehood. On August 5, 1913, Oklahoma voters passed the Oklahoma Township Amendment, also known as State Question 58. This allowed the creation or abolishment of townships on a county by county basis.[8] By the mid 1930s, all counties had voted to abolish them.[9] Their former names and boundaries were used for United States census counting purposes and census documentation through 1960, after which Census Counting Divisions (CCDs) were used.[10][11] South Carolina had 2 townships in 1952, those of Folly Island, and Sullivan's Island.[12] The 1870 Constitution of Virginia required the division of counties into townships, but an amendment in 1874 converted those townships into magisterial districts.[13] Washington had 70 townships in 1952, in only Spokane and Whatcom counties, for administration of local roads.[14]


See also[edit] Township (United States) Survey township Charter township County (United States) Political divisions of the United States Minor civil division Hundred (country subdivision) Township for other divisions called "township" Unorganized territory List of subnational entities Civil parish or community council - The UK equivalent of a civil township


Notes[edit] ^ "What is a Township?". Michigan Township Association. 2006-12-05. Retrieved 2007-01-24.  ^ "Minnesota Statutes 368.01: Powers of Certain Metropolitan Area Towns". Retrieved 2008-06-04.  ^ "Commissioners Meeting" (PDF). Medina, Ohio: Medina County, Ohio. 2005-05-23. p. 5. Retrieved 2009-10-22. Lynda Bowers, Lafayette Township Trustee, noted that we already have property that is dual citizenship and they pay taxes in 2 places. There is Chippewa Lake in Lafayette Township, Westfield Village in Westfield Township and Lodi in Harrisville Township.  ^ "Municipalities and Townships". Lists & Structure of Governments. Washington, D.C.: United States Census Bureau. 2009-06-08. Retrieved 2009-10-22.  ^ a b United States Census Bureau. 2012 Census of Governments: Individual State Descriptions: 2012, Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce, p. viii. ^ State and Local Government Special Studies: 1948-1961. U.S. Department of Commerce [and] U.S. Department of Labor. 1982.  ^ State and Local Government Special Studies: 1948-1961. U.S. Department of Commerce [and] U.S. Department of Labor. 1982.  ^ "Oklahoma Township Government, State Question 58 (August 1913) - Ballotpedia". Retrieved 2017-11-03.  ^ "Wagoner County - 1928 - 1937". www.ok.gov. Retrieved 2017-11-02.  ^ "NUMBER OF INHABITANTS - OKLAHOMA (1960)" (PDF).  ^ "NUMBER OF INHABITANTS - OKLAHOMA (1970)" (PDF).  ^ State and Local Government Special Studies: 1948-1961. U.S. Department of Commerce [and] U.S. Department of Labor. 1982.  ^ A Guide to the Frederick County (Va.) Township Records, 1871-1875 ^ State and Local Government Special Studies: 1948-1961. U.S. Department of Commerce [and] U.S. Department of Labor. 1982. 


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