News and Announcements for Stambaugh Township in Upper Peninsula of Michigan

News and Announcements

** There is now a Drop Box at the Township Hall for Absentee Ballots to be returned. ** Monthly Board Meetings are now held on the second Wednesday of each month. Property Tax Bills can be paid at the Miners State Bank. Water Bill payments can be made at the Miners State Bank. Recreation Plan Draft Do you want to rent the township hall?  Click here for more information.
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Stambaugh Township

Welcome

Stambaugh Township was formed in 1886, originally part of Iron River Township. The first Township Supervisor was W.T. Carpenter. The Township seat and most of the original population was located in the former Stambaugh City location. In the years to follow, this property was assumed and annexed by Stambaugh City. Roads were built to the outlying districts and homesteads where logging and farming were present. Many of the districts have kept their names through the years. The Baumgartner District, Saunders, Pentoga and South Brule are still used. Many families still occupy the same properties. At one time, there were more than eight schools in the township. Stambaugh Township is full of history and colorful people. Links: City of Iron River Iron County City of Caspian
Stambaugh Township Hall
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Beautiful scenery in and around Stambaugh Township in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Stambaugh Township Iron River Michigan

Welcome

Stambaugh Township was formed in 1886, originally part of Iron River Township. The first Township Supervisor was W.T. Carpenter. The Township seat and most of the original population was located in the former Stambaugh City location. In the years to follow, this property was assumed and annexed by Stambaugh City. Roads were built to the outlying districts and homesteads where logging and farming were present. Many of the districts have kept their names through the years. The Baumgartner District, Saunders, Pentoga and South Brule are still used. Many families still occupy the same properties. At one time, there were more than eight schools in the township. Stambaugh Township is full of history and colorful people. Links: City of Iron River Iron County City of Caspian

News and Announcements

** There is now a Drop Box at the Township Hall for Absentee Ballots to be returned. ** Monthly Board Meetings are now held on the second Wednesday of each month. Property Tax Bills can be paid at the Miners State Bank. Water Bill payments can be made at the Miners State Bank. Recreation Plan Draft Do you want to rent the township hall?  Click here for more information.