Welcome to the Charter Township of Comstock
Thank you for visiting the website of the Charter Township of Comstock. If this is your first visit, we’d like to take this opportunity to mention a few things that make our Township special. A community of 35 square miles in Northeastern Kalamazoo County, our Township is located in the Southwestern region of Michigan. East of the City of Kalamazoo, we are served by highways I-94 and M-96. Within our Township, economic growth has been fast-paced, with concentrations in auto stamping and parts, service-oriented businesses and specialty and industrial machine shops. Featuring a number of greenhouses, we’ve been dubbed the, “Bedding Plant Capital of the World” and further live up to this moniker with our countless lakes, streams, trails and parks. The Charter Township of Comstock is continuously growing and changing, so be sure to visit us often to keep up with the latest developments!
Please note the items below for the details of regularly scheduled meetings that may have changed and other announcements.
Is now closed for the season and will reopen on April 1, 2017.
- There will be a Special Township Board Meeting With Possible Closed Session with the Kalamazoo Regional Water & Wastewater Attorney on December 8, 2016 at 7:00 pm
- The Township Zoning Board of Appeals meeting scheduled for December 20, 2016 at 4:00 pm has been cancelled
The Township Office is closed on Tuesdays from Noon to 1:00pm for staff meetings.
On August 4, 2016, The Township Board voted to levy 0.8651 mills for ten years for local road improvements. This new funding will allow the Township to maintain roads that are in good/fair condition while simultaneously repairing the roads that are in poor condition. To view the current road condition map, click here.
Landscaping Ordinance Adopted
On October 24, 2016, the Township Board adopted new landscaping requirements for non-residential sites in the Township. The purpose of this new ordinance is to increase compatability between abutting uses, protect residential quality of life, improve air quality and provide shade and visual relief from monotonous features such as long building walls and large parking lots. To view the new landscaping ordinance, click here.