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Brownstown Township


Township Hall: 21313 Telegraph Road, Brownstown Township, MI 48183; 1-734-675-0910  

Origin of name:  After Adam Brown, who was captured by the Wyandot Indians in Virginia in 1764 when he was 8 years old. He grew up among them, was adopted into the tribe and become one of its principal chiefs.

Area:  23 square miles

Major employer:  Ford Motor Co.

Population:  30,627

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Supervisor: Andrew Linko; 1-734-675-0071  

Deputy Supervisor: Barbara Warren; 1-734-675-0071  

Clerk: Brian Peters; 1-734-675-0910  

Treasurer: Barbara Warren; 1-734-675-0052  

Board of Trustees: John Cronin, Maureen Brinker, Patrick Killian and Clyde Waters.  
Terms of all elected officials expire in 2020. The general election is on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.


Public Safety Director: James Sclater; 1-734-675-1300  

Fire Chief: Jeff Drouillard; 1-734-955-2600  

Animal Control: George Dupuie; 1-734-675-4008  

Assessor: Sharon Doom; 1-734-675-5929  

Community Services/Building Department: Charles Earl; 1-734-675-0166  

Community Services/Economic Development: Joe DiSanto; 1-734-675-5911  

Parks and Recreation: Mark Maxe; 1-734-675-0920  

Public Works/Water and Sewer: William Turner; 1-734-675-4000  

Downtown Development Authority: Vern Gustafsson/Sue Tressel; 1-734-676-7109