Almont Township is located in Lapeer County, Michigan. The Township’s eastern boundary forms a border with St. Clair County, while the southern boundary is shared with Macomb County. The Township of 6500 residents includes the Village of Almont and offers a peaceful country atmosphere and rich heritage. Almont is a convenient commute to Macomb County and Oakland County.
The Township is linked to the larger southeast Michigan region by several important transportation routes which cross in or near the Township. Chief among these are M-53 and I-69. M-53 is a State trunkline, providing a north-south route between Detroit to the south and Port Austin to the north. I-69 bisects M-53 just north of the Township in an east-west direction, linking Port Huron with Lansing, Grand Rapids and Indiana.
June 2, 2020
Main Township Lobby is now open to walk in traffic during normal business hours. Any payments or documents to the Township still can be delivered via the drop-box located at the end of the sidewalk to the Township office entrance if you do not want to come into the lobby. Building Department Lobby, in rear of building, is open during normal business hours.