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Marquette MI 49855
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US Hwy 41/M-28 Corridor Climate and Health Adaptation Visioning Workshop

The US Hwy 41/M-28 Corridor Climate and Health Adaptation Visioning Workshop was held virtually on May 7th. Below are the presentation and survey links. Any and all feedback on the renderings and MSU’s ideas are greatly appreciated, especially from the members of the MTBA and other Township business. If you have a chance, please take the time to watch the presentation and share your feedback. They’re hoping to collect responses by May 29th.

May 7th, 2020 Workshop Recording (Recording has some delays due to slower internet connections. Thanks for your patience!)

PDF of the Presentation from 5.7.2020

Google Slides Presentation (for commenting directly on specific designs; Google account not necessary)

General Feedback Survey

Please use these digital resources yourself and share them with those you know to expand the reach for feedback on the draft conceptual designs. Please submit feedback by May 29.

Thank you for your participation and help with community engagement!

First National Bank & Trust Helping Community Businesses with CARES Act Assistance

With the recently passed additional funding for the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act, First National Bank & Trust is available to help area businesses get assistance and relief from this economic stimulus package.

An additional $310 billion dollars was allocated to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) on April 24, and processing began this week. Community banks were specifically allocated $60 billion to assist with their PPP efforts. Including this second round of funding, the program will have provided nearly $659 Billion worth of US payroll. The PPP loan program is available for eligible small businesses, including sole proprietors, and non-profits, veterans organizations and tribal business concerns, to provide a forgivable loan to cover payroll and other costs.

“As we continue to support our local economies and their financial needs at First National Bank & Trust, it’s apparent how vital partnerships and long lasting relationships continue to bring out the best in all of us, especially in uncertain times,” said Dale Cook, Business Banker, First National Bank & Trust. “We appreciate the opportunity to service the needs of our communities and believe everyone’s resilience will be the key to building a stronger community.”

First National Bank & Trust has assisted hundreds of businesses with the Paycheck Protection Program during this time, which has helped over 4,500 employees to date.

“We take pride in knowing how those numbers financially benefit local family households and how it exponentially impacts the communities we serve,” Cook said. “We are here to work with you in the hard times when it matters most. Whether you’re a current customer or not, let us be a resource for you and your business. As one community we’ll get through this together¬- contact us today and we can help you navigate the process.”

To make an appointment with First National Bank & Trust’s Business Banking team, call 906-774-2200. For more information, as well as online contact information, visit

2019-2020 Community Profile Brochure

Marquette Township Receives Over $1,000 Check from Money Raised During Community Day by Super One Foods

Super One Foods of Marquette raised $1,098.40 for Marquette Township during Community Day.

Super One Foods of Marquette raised $1,098.40 for Marquette Township during Community Day.

Marquette, MI  –  September 11, 2019  –  Almost a month later to the day Super One Foods hosted a ceremony at their Marquette location this morning to donate money raised during the 2019 Marquette Township Community Day.

During the annual event put on by the Marquette Township Business Association and Marquette Charter Township, Super One Foods served lunch,  collecting money to give back to the township. Today, Super One Foods and Marquette Township officials met at the Marquette location for the check presentation. Super One Foods Marquette Store Manager Mike Levine donated $1,098.40 to the township to be used for the maintenance and upkeep of Lions Field.

Staff from the Super One in Marquette gave their time to help support the township grilling hotdogs, brats, and hamburgers that were served to over 1,000 people during the event on August 3rd.

Marquette Township Manager Randy Girard, Township Supervisor Lyn Durant, and Marquette Township Business Association Co-Hair Todd Noordyk were there to receive the check.

TruNorth Federal Credit Union Opens New Location!

In 2008 TRUNORTH FEDERAL CREDIT UNION  opened a branch inside Walmart. The hours are Monday thru Friday 8:30am to 7:00pm, Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm and Sunday 10:00am to 2:00pm. On July 16, 2019 the Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Chamber of Commerce helped TruNorth celebrate the grand opening of its new Jubilee location. Their hours are 10:00am to 7:pm Monday thru Friday and 11:00am to 4:00pm Saturday. Main office hours are 7:00am to 7:00pm Monday thru Friday and 9:00am to 4:00pm on Saturday. From left to right are GINCC board member Crystal LaFreniere, TNFCU board member Lindsey Butorac, GNICC Executive Director Bob Hendrickson, TNFCU board members Steve Pierson, John Wallace,  board chair Tom Skrenes,  Jubilee owner Jay Blewett, TNFCU president George Isola, branch manager Krista Musselman, Jubilee store manager Dustin Gransinger, TNFCU VP consumer loans Lisa Cody, VP mortgage lending Kristin Thornton, member service reps Khora Swanson, Karlie Burke, VP branch sales Tina Henson, member service reps Breanna Misale, Anna Baldini, Lyndsey Dobson, GINCC president Tia Rhodda. TruNorth Federal Credit Union is cooperatively owned by over 16,000 local residents and was organized in 1949 to provide low cost financial services to all owner/members.  Credit union membership is open to anyone living, working, worshiping or attending school in Marquette, Alger, Baraga, Dickinson and Iron Counties.  To learn more about TruNorth, visit their website at  Deposits are federally insured by the NCUA.

“Catch the Vision” Community Day Had Great Weather, Food, and Fun!

First Place winners of Community Day softball tournement

First Place winners of Community Day softball tournement

Marquette Township, MI –  08/4/2019  – Beautiful weather plus great music equals another successful Community Day for Marquette! The Marquette Charter Township put on another great event to give back to the community of Marquette. Yesterday morning at 10, the event was kicked off with Good Time Oldies in the Park, courtesy of Marquette’s 97.5. About an hour later was when SuperOne had their food set up, with everyone’s favorites including brats burgers and pop! Kids inflatables, courtesy of Double Trouble, were up and jumping! Our friends at the Marquette County Sheriff’s Department were out giving patrol vehicle tours and search and rescue demonstrations, along with a fire truck display!

The lawn chairs were set up around the stage to listen to the awesome live music. at 1, The Crunge got the live music kicked off with our favorite rock and country hits. After that, the Flat Broke Blues Band jumped in and played . Then the Ramblers took over for the rest of the night!

Community Day food was great!

Community Day food was great!

Another favorite of Community Day was the softball tournament going on all day. Team Sunny vs. Marquette Township started things off, followed by the teams Popp’s Builders, Glenn’s Smoke House, EZ Stop, and Park Chiropractic. Everyone on the field had a great time and the crowd loved watching and cheering on their friends and loved ones.

Community Day was fantastic and all ages had a blast!

Check Out More Pictures From This Years Community Day Event Below!



Welcome Bell Financial to Marquette Township!



On Friday, June 21st Bell Financial hosted their open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at their beautiful new location on Commerce Drive. Bell Financial made the big move from Ishpeming.






Along with the open house and ribbon cutting ceremony the Marquette Township Business Association presented Bell Financial with their first township dollar.

Bell Financial provides investment management and financial planning services. You can contact them at 906-485-1400 or you can visit their website : Welcome to the neighborhood!!



Pictured from left to right:

Tina Henson (TruNorth Credit Union)

Jesse Bell (Bell Financial)

Scott Patrick (Carpet Specialists, Carpet One)



3-19-2019 MTBA Agenda

Post Office Drop Box Locations

Marquette Township Post Office Drop Box Locations

Marquette Township Post Office Drop Boxes

Marquette Township Post Office Drop Boxes

Curious where you might be able to find Post Office drop box locations? This map shows all 3 locations of drop boxes that you can find in Marquette Township. The drop box you see on the bottom left is located at Walmart. The middle drop box is located at the Cenex Gas Station. The final drop box you see on the right is located at the Westwood Mall.

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2018 Marquette Township Business Association Brochure