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OFFICE HOURS: Zoning Administrator: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM AND 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM.Friday's 8 AM - 9:00 AM AND 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM.If you need to meet with the Zoning Administrator other than the times listed, please contact him at 231-845-7801 Ext. 1 or hamlinzoning@gmail.com


The current Hamlin Township Short Term Rental is listed under the Zoning Tab. Please take note that this ordinance is acting as temporary guidelines for Short Term Rentals. This ordinance is currently being thoroughly reviewed to include comprehensive guidelines to protect the health, safety and welfare of the Township.

Please click here to download a copy of the zoning ordinance.

You may click on the links below to download a copy of the zoning map & zoning ordinance in PDF format. The map below is an unofficial copy. Please visit the township office to view the official zoning map.

Click here to view the Zoning Map in PDF format

Click here to view the Zoning Activities in PDF format

Click here to view the 2022 Zoning Permits

Click here to view the Hamlin Township Land Use Zoning Permit 


Please contact Zak Iverson
231-845-7801 Ext 1
or hamlinzoning@gmail.com Hamlin Township Zoning Administrator with questions.
Thank You.

WATERFRONT OVERLAY DISTRICT contains all land located within five hundred (500) feet of the ordinary high-water mark of Hamlin Lake and its bayous, Lincoln Lake and the Lincoln River. A Site Plan Review is required before a Hamlin Township Zoning permit can be issued for any of the following uses or buildings (including additions or extensions to these uses or buildings):

A. New or expanded commercial establishment.
B. Any new or expanded industrial establishment.
C. Multiple Family Residential Dwellings.
D. For all development, including single-family residential development, a site plan must show existing natural features such as trees, wetlands, existing vegetation, steep slopes, the ordinary high water mark (if applicable), the placement of proposed structures, grading limits, existing structures on the proposed property and abutting parcels and low impart development stormwater controls proposed to be used on this site.
E. Photographs.



Click here to view the LAND USE PERMITS * APRIL 1, 2023 TO MARCH 31, 2024

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