The Township Board of Trustees meets at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month at the Township Hall.
Drummond Township is governed by a five member board consisting of a supervisor, clerk, treasurer and two trustees.
There are many laws that govern townships, but the two main laws dealing with township administration and governance are:
All Michigan laws are available to the public on the free, searchable Michigan Legislature website. The laws can be searched by keyword, or Michigan Compiled Laws (MCL) number, such as "41.721" or "42.8".
There are additional statutory requirements with which townships must comply. Procedures for the township’s financial administration, such as budgets, accounting, investments and deposits, are closely regulated by the state. Township meetings must comply with Michigan’s Open Meetings Act (MCL 15.261, et seq.), and township records must be stored and made available in conformance with specific laws, such as the Freedom of Information Act (MCL 15.231, et seq.)