An elected Board of Trustees governs DeWitt Charter Township. The Board consists of a Supervisor, Clerk, Treasurer, and four Trustees. Some of the primary responsibilities of the Board include adopting Township policies and ordinances, adopting the annual budget, approving certain expenditures and contracts, determining types and levels of services to be provided, appointments to various committees and commissions, and ensuring the general welfare of the residents. All Board members are elected to four year terms in the Presidential Election year and take office on November 20.
The Township's Strategic Plan creates a vision and helps chart a plan for the future. The Strategic Plan, which covers a five-year rolling timeframe, is a disciplined, coordinated, systematic, and sustained effort that guides the leaders of DeWitt Charter Township to fulfill its mission and strive toward its vision.
Our Township's Mission
The Mission of DeWitt Charter Township is to ensure public safety and provide financially responsible, efficiently delivered services in a visionary, proactive and sustainable manner.
Our Township's Vision
DeWitt Charter Township's fiscally responsible, citizen focused government promotes the high quality of life that makes our community the region's leading destination for families and businesses.