Tyrone Township, first settled in 1834, is located in the northeastern-most corner of Livingston County, Michigan. Historically, a major Indian trail called the Shiawassee Trail crossed through Tyrone Township as a connection between Detroit and the Shiawassee County community of Shiawasseetown. Today, the township is a picturesque rural community with rolling hills blended with lakes, golf courses and open spaces. The census population of Tyrone Township for 2010 was 10,020 citizens. 



News and Events

Parking Lot Construction

The township hall parking lot is undergoing construction, but the office is still open.  An alternative door may marked to enter and exit at times.

Ballot Previews for the November Election

Ballot previews are available for the November 8, 2022 general election and our posted on our election page. Please call or contact the clerk's department for any election questions.

Master Plan Visioning Sessions


Tentatively scheduled and may be subject to change:
Thursday, November 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturday, November 12 @ 9:00 am- 11:00 am

The Township is preparing a new Master Plan and wants to hear from you!  In addition to the community survey and future public hearings, the Township is holding several community visioning sessions. The community visioning sessions will be held at the Tyrone Township Hall, 8420 Runyan Lake Road, Fenton, MI.  

The purpose of the community visioning sessions is to share some information that has been collected in the master planning process and, more importantly, to gather additional input for the Township’s citizens to help create a vision for the Township’s future.  

The first group of sessions held in September focused on topics like population and community character, housing, economics, natural environment, transportation, and community facilities and public services.

A second group of community visioning sessions is tentatively scheduled for Thursday, November 10th and Saturday November 12th.

Members of the public are also encouraged to visit the Master Plan website, which includes draft documents and materials.  It also has an opportunity to submit comments and pictures for inclusion in the Master Plan.


Results of the master plan survey are posted here.

Questions can be directed to:
Zach Michels, Carlisle Wortman Associates, at
zmichels@cwaplan.com or (734) 662-2200 or
Ross Nicholson, Director of Planning and Zoning, at
rnicholson@tyronetownship.us or (810) 629-8631.

Election Inspectors Wanted

Tyrone Township is looking for individuals to work the polls at the November 8, 2022 State General elections. Election inspectors duties include managing the polls, issuing ballots, and assisting voters. If interested, please fill out this election inspector application and return to Clerk Pam Moughler. Applications may be returned by mail, in person, or email clerk@tyronetownship.us

Passports - By Appointment

***Passport applications will NOT be processed from Oct. 1- Nov. 14, 2022 due to our election schedule. Other nearby facilities may be looked up on this site.***

Tyrone Township is a Passport Acceptance Facility with photos available on site for $10. Customers do NOT need to be a resident of the township; anyone is welcome. Applications are accepted Monday-Thursday 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. BY APPOINTMENT. Click here for more information. 

Please call 810-629-8631 to make an appointment. 

Adult passports may be able to be renewed by mail without appearing at a facility.

Election Results

Unofficial and certified official election results are posted by Livingston County Clerk, Elizabeth Hundley. The August 2, 2022 primary election results are posted here on the county's Election page.


Tyrone Township residents must follow the State of Michigan's firework law. Please be considerate to others and understand that fireworks can be distressing to neighbors and animals. State law requires that fireworks must be allowed on the following days, after 11:00 a.m.:

  • December 31 until 1:00 a.m. on January 1
  • The Saturday and Sunday before Memorial Day, until 11:45 p.m.
  • June 29 to July 4, until 11:45 p.m.
  • July 5, if it falls on a Friday or Saturday, until 11:45 p.m.
  • The Saturday and Sunday before Labor Day, until 11:45 p.m.

Hazardous, Electronic, and Tire Recycling Events 2022

Livingston County's Household Hazardous Waste, Electronic Waste Collections, and Tire Recycling scheduled events are posted
 on the Livingston County's Solid Waste Department's website. Subscribe to receive email notifications of these future events.

Burn Permits No Longer Required

Starting December 1, 2021 Burn Permits are no longer required.  Residents who open burn must still follow the Open Burning Ordinance.  Non-compliance may result in a fine OR a fire service charge of $1481.00.  Burning is NOT allowed when wind speeds are 9 mph or more.

Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund

The State of Michigan has launched a program for Michigan homeowners experiencing hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic by providing funds to prevent homeowner mortgage delinquencies, defaults, foreclosure, loss of utilities or home energy services.  For further information or to apply, visit the Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund (MIHAF) page.

Mott College Senior Scholarships

If you are age 60 or over and live in the Fenton or Linden School District, you qualify for the Mott Community College Senior Gold Card Scholarship. The course tuition is FREE, excluding supplies. Learn a new skill or explore a new interest! Read the flyer or click the button to go to the program website.

Food Collection Year-Round

Our annual Christmas food collections have been so successful, thanks to the generosity of our residents, that we've decided to try to be a year-round collection site for Gleaners Food Bank and the Pet Pantry. Nonperishable food items for humans AND pets may be donated at the township hall. Collection bins are located in the front lobby. Donations are greatly appreciated and help feed hungry people and pets. The Pet Pantry also accepts pet-related items.

Historic Town House Survey Results

The survey to gauge interest in relocating the historic town house has been completed. The results were tallied by the township's planner Zach Michels of Carlisle & Wortman. Read the report here. 

Real ID

A Real ID is a standard driver's license or state ID card that is marked with a star in the upper right corner.  Effective May 3, 2023 Michigan residents will be required to have a Real ID, enhanced driver's license, or passport to travel BY AIR within the United States.  You can make your driver's license (or state ID) Real ID-compliant at a Secretary of State office (not the township office) and showing the required documents.
  More information here.

Wildlife Animals

One of the great things about our community is the abundance of wildlife, but sometimes wild animals need help and residents find themselves searching for answers.  Below are places who know animals and may be able to offer help or advice year-round.

Livingston County Animal Control 


Howell Nature Center


Wildlife Helpline


Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR)

Road-Kill Disposal

Residents often call the township asking what can be done with road kill.  The township, the road commission, and the DNR do not provide such a service. The DNR recommends the following if residents encounter road-killed animals on or near their property: 1) Bag up the carcass and leave it with their trash for pick-up, 2) Move the carcass to an area where decomposition can take care of it (ditch, woods, buried underground, etc.), or 3) Hire a waste control company to remove the carcass.

Disposal of Unused Medications

Several places offer locations to safely dispose unused medications. Check locations in Livingston County or in Genesee County.

Recycling & Garbage

 Information on recycling and garbage collection services are
located here.


Fire Protection- ISO Rating

Tyrone Township's ISO (Insurance Service Organization) Public Protection Classifications rating was updated this year. Effective Nov. 1, 2018, the area serviced by the City of Fenton Fire Department (previously ISO 6) has been upgraded to ISO 5. These ratings may provide a significant reduction in your homeowner's insurance premium. We encourage you to contact your insurance company to see if this will affect you! To read more about the ISO rating, click here. To see an updated map of the classifications, click here.

Incorrect Vehicle Registrations

It has come to our attention that a large number of vehicle registrations are improperly assigned to Genesee County, NOT Livingston. This means the township is losing 42 cents on every dollar that you pay for your license plates to Genesee County instead of being available to fix our roads. Please check your vehicle registration to make sure it is properly assigned to Livingston County when renewing plates at the Secretary of State or online. If it is incorrect, call the Secretary of State's office at 888-767-6424 and keep your money in your county.

Road Complaints

Livingston County owns and maintains roads within the township unless private. Please understand they do the best they can on the budget they have. If you have complaints regarding the conditions of the roads, potholes, or mailboxes, please call the Livingston County Road Commission directly at 517-546-4250. More information about the Road Commission can be found here.  

The Road Commission is not responsible for damaged mailboxes from snow thrown from trucks. However, if damage has occurred from direct contact with a road commission snow removal equipment, a supervisor will assess the situation.  

The Road Commission does not pick up or dispose of animal carcasses on the roadways. 

Safety Program

Smart911 is a free service that allows residents to create a safety profile for their entire household. Residents customize their profile and share any information they want Central Dispatch and response teams to have in the event of an emergency. All information is private and secure, and it is seen only when the resident dials 911. Sign up at www.smart911.com.

Property Fraud Alert Program

When property fraud happens it is not generally detected until years later and trying to track down the offenders is a very difficult task because they are long gone. Livingston County's Register of Deeds provides a free service to all land owners in Livingston County. The service, Property Fraud Alert (PFA) notifies you via email or phone number when a document is recorded at the Register of Deeds with your name on it. To participate in this free service go to the Register of Deeds webpage and click on the "Property Fraud Alert" link to sign up.

Flag Disposal

The Tyrone Township hall does NOT accept worn flags for disposal. Flag disposal bins are located at following:
  •City of Fenton Police Department
  •City of Fenton Fire Department
  •The Hartland Area Fire Station

  •The Loose Senior Center


Tyrone Township Hall
8420 Runyan Lake Road
Fenton, MI 48430

Phone: 810-629-8631
Fax 810-629-0047

Monday - Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


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Call Livingston County Drain Commission
(517) 546-0040


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Tyrone Revisited, a 143-page book published by the Tyrone Historical Society, is a fascinating account of the historical families, homesteads, and stories that have created our township.  Filled with lots of cool old photos! Black and white, 143 pages. Available to purchase at the township hall for $20.00. (Add $7.75 for postage if requesting a book to be mailed to you; however, due to township accounting practices, a check for the postage must be separate. Both checks can be mailed together.)

8420 Runyan Lake Road
Fenton, Michigan 48430

Phone (810) 629-8631
Fax (810) 629-0047

Office Hours

Mon-Thurs 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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