Located in Southwest Jackson County, Michigan.
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May 1st, 2021
7 a.m.-11 a.m.
TIRE DAY IS ALSO SEPTEMBER 18th, 2021 from 8am-12pm @ 311 Fairview st Horton MI, 49246
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Tires CAN be on the rim but MUST be passenger tires.
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A Few Words About Pulaski
Pulaski Township is a civil township in the southwest portion of Jackson County, Michigan. The most recent census puts the population at 2,075.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 36.7 square miles, of which, 36.2 square miles of it is land and .04 square miles is water.
Pulaski was first settled by Reuben Penogen and Matthias and Enoch Fisher, who came from Pennsylvania in 1833. The original settlement of Pulaski was a mile west of the present community on the corners of Folks and Watson Roads. When the Cincinnati, Jackson and Mackinaw Railroad was built in 1884 the businesses moved and clustered near the present location. The settlement was originally named Wheelerton.
In 1923 Fay and Harriet Butler bought a grocery business from George Lovitt. This building was located on the northeast corner of Pulaski and Folks Roads and is now known as the “Pulaski Mall”. Mr. and Mrs. Butler opened the second floor of the store and for thirty-five years operated the Butler’s Dance Hall. This dance hall became a favorite spot for Saturday night entertainment for the surrounding area residents.
Pulaski still offers a rural environment with many family farms and lakeside living. There are three campgrounds in the township, including the county park campground located on Swains Lake.
According to the 2010 Census more and more people are finding Pulaski Township a pleasant and attractive place to live.
Permits, Applications, Ordinances, Meeting Minutes
Supervisor– Chuck Todd
Clerk– Bobbi Riley
Treasurer– Theresa Riske
Trustees– Craig Dawson and Sharon Reiniche
Monday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Pulaski offers a rural environment with many family farms and lakeside living. More and more people are finding Pulaski Township a pleasant and attractive place to live.
How to Reach Us
12363 Folks Road
Hanover, MI 49241