Welcome To Jordan Township of Antrim County, Michigan
Board of Review (BOR) meeting July 18th. See calendar for details.
Here are the latest meeting reports:
Jordan Township has seen a 13% population growth since 2000, and those lucky enough to live here know why. It’s a beautiful area, abundant in diverse natural resources and wildlife. Jordan Township is the very doorstep of the Jordan Valley’s 18,000 acres of state land, and home to the Jordan River – Michigan's first waterway to be officially designated as a Wild and Scenic River.
In the township, the only “town” is Chestonia, the once-thriving intersection of Old State and M-66, where a busy railway once routinely acquired and dispensed passengers to and from our neck of the woods. Today even the railroad grade is hard to identify in a gentle swell along the grassy and tree-shaded terrain.