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.
Population: 2010 Census information- Township 2801, Village 873
Square Miles: 18
Registered Voters: 2223 as of August 28, 2013
Township Valuation: 2012 Taxable Value – $85,965,127
BARODA TOWNSHIP MEETINGS
The Baroda Township Board meets the third Monday of
each month at the Baroda Municipal Building 9091 First Street at 7:00 p.m.
The Baroda Township Planning Commission meets the second Monday of alternating months at the Baroda Municipal Building at 6:30 p.m.
Police and Fire Department meeting schedules listed on their respective pages.
Lincoln Township Public Library serves Baroda Township. Visit the Library to take part in the many
activities for children and adults. www.lincolntownshiplibrary.org
Village of Baroda http://www.barodavillage.org
Gift of Life – Organ Donation www.giftoflifemichigan.org
Transportation Alternatives http://mywaythere.org/
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