Government

Concord Township Government
In January 2017, Concord Township reorganized as a home rule township.  With the adoption of the Home Rule Charter, Concord Township’s governing body became Township Council.

Seven Council members serve the entire 13.8 square mile area of Concord Township and are elected on an at-large basis rather than by district.  The Council members elect their own President and Vice President(s) at the beginning of each new year.  Township Council members serve in both legislative and executive roles for a four year term.  There is no mayor.  The Council appointed Township Manager is responsible for the day-to-day business of the township.