Township Seeking Residents For Boards And Commissions

The Plymouth Township Board of Trustees recently passed a new policy to encourage residents to apply for positions on the township’s various boards and commissions.

The policy requires residents to apply either in person or online with Township Clerk Jerry Vorva, who will then coordinate with Supervisor Kurt Heise and the Township’s Board of Trustees to recommend qualified candidates for the various positions.

“Plymouth Township depends on our boards and commissions to make key decisions on zoning, planning, tax abatement, economic development, and hiring, to name a few,” said Supervisor Kurt Heise.  “We need responsible citizens with a commitment to our community to serve in these important roles.”

Boards and Commissions in the township include the Zoning Board of Appeals, Planning Commission, Downtown Development Authority, Brownfield Authority, Civil Service Commission, and Board of Review.

 Residents of Plymouth Township interested in serving on a board or commission may apply online at, or in person at the Clerk’s Office, 9955 N. Haggerty, Plymouth Township.

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