Aramada Township


Armada Township is a rural, agricultural community located on Macomb County's northern border with St. Clair County. It sits between Bruce Township and Richmond Township with 32 Mile road as its southern border.

Originally organized in 1832, the Township developed as an agricultural area. Today, it embodies a delightful rural character with a mixture of small farms and residential areas, including the Village of Armada. The area is noted for its prominent apple orchards nestled among small hills and the winding turns of Coon Creek which flows through the area.



Voting at the Polls Do's and Don'ts

Voting Absentee Do's and Don'ts



With the recent passage of Proposal 3 you can now vote absentee for any reason. Under Michigan State Law you are eligible to be placed on the Permanent Absent Voter List.  By being on the Permanent  Absent Voter List you will automatically receive an Absent Voter Ballot Application for a ballot prior to each election.  If you return the application, you will receive an absentee ballot for that election. You can return your application by dropping it our outdoor dropbox, email to or sending through the postoffice to Armada Township P.O. Box 578 Armada, Mi 48005

Uniformed and Overseas AV Registration
Election Inspectors Application



Covid-19 Preparedness in the Township Hall



In response to the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" Executive Order to reduce the effects of the COVID-19 virus.

Richmond Lenox EMS
Armada Township Fire Department
Guidelines For Transfer Site




ATTENTION ARMADA TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS: Fair Housing Assistance/Limited Housing Rehabiltation through Macomb Community Action.

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