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Williams Township, Auburn & Fisherville

Williams Township:

Township Hall: Midland Rd. (P.O. Box 97)
Post Office: Auburn, MI 48611
Phone: 989-662-4241 - Website: {Williams Twp.]

Williams Township was organized on April 29, 1857, along with Hampton Township that formed the new county of Bay. Prior to this, Williams was previously organized in 1855 as a township under Midland County. It's geographic area included Townships 14, 15, 16 North, range 3 East, and all of Arenac Co. {View} historical maps reference.

Geographic area at time of organization:

    Comprised western portion of county, consisting of townships 14, 15 and 16, north of range 3 east, including western portions of present Arenac Co.

Charles Bradford was the first supervisor of Williams Township, Midland County and George W. Smock was the first supervisor of Williams Township, Bay County.

City of Auburn:

City Offices: 113 E. Elm Street
Post Office: Auburn, MI 48611
Phone: 989-662-6761 Website: [Auburn]

The community of Auburn dates back to about 1866 when it was initially called Skinner, it was renamed a few years later to Auburn, and on December 8, 1947 it was organized as a city.


The community of Fisherville dates back to 1866. Before then it was locally known as "Spicers Corner".

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  • Auburn Elementary School.
  • Western High School
  • Western Middle School
  • Zion Lutheran School
  • Auburn Chamber of Commerce
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