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Population: 2010 Census information- Township 2801, Village 873 

Square Miles: 18
Registered Voters: 2198 as of March 18, 2015

Township Valuation: 2014 Taxable Value – $86,152,808


Baroda History in brief:

In 1889 the Indiana and Lake Michigan Railway Company built a railroad from South Bend to St Joseph. Baroda was one of several communities established along the railroad track. It was the second village within Lake Township, and competition between Baroda and Bridgman led to increasing tension and ill-feelings between them. In October 1923, Lake Township was split, the eastern half became Baroda Township. The decision finally brought peace between Baroda and Bridgman. Today Baroda and Lake Charter Townships share a police department.


Office Hours Monday - Thursday 9-12 and1-5, Friday 9-Noon



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Township Hall      Scheduled Events       Township Ordinances        Meeting Minutes      Cemeteries Elections     Budget     Meeting Postings




·       Township Board meets the third Monday of each month at the Baroda Municipal Building 9091 First Street at 7:00 p.m.

·       The Township Planning Commission meets the second Monday every other month at the Baroda Municipal Building at 6:30 p.m.

·       The Baroda Fire Board meets the second Wednesday of each quarter at the Fire Station office 7:00 p.m.




Lincoln Township Public Library serves Baroda Township. Visit the Library to take part in the many

activities for children and adults. 


Village of Baroda  


I Love Baroda


Gift of Life – Organ Donation


Transportation Alternatives 


MISS DIG Update      


         Contact Information for State and District Representatives

         Weather from the Village of Baroda Weather Station:   



Please fill the Recycling bags according to instructions provided with the bags and put them out with your trash. Recycle bags are available at the Baroda Municipal Building during regular business hours to Township and Village residents excluding the Baroda Estates Mobile Home Park


GREEN YARD WASTE BAGS are available at the Baroda Township Office for $1 per bag.  A full roll of 24 bags costs $24.  The cost of the bags includes pickup and delivery to the landfill.



Child and Elder Abuse HOTLINE  855-444-3911

The Michigan Department of Human Services is now operating a statewide, 24-hour call center for reporting child and elder abuse throughout our state. The centralized hotline will provide all Michigan residents with the same quality service, no matter where they reside.

Reports of abuse or neglect will be investigated by the state DHS and action will be taken to correct problems when necessary.