About Bruce Township
Bruce Township is located southeast of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan in Chippewa County. It is bordered on the north by 6 Mile Road, on the south by 18 Mile Road, and on the east by the St. Marys River. The western boundary is just west of state highway M-129.
The township is rural in nature with a mix of farmland and residential properties. The Barbeau area in southern Bruce Township has some resort development along the St. Marys River and limited light industry exists in the M-129 corridor. Hay farming and cattle are the principal agricultural activities. The ferry connection to Neebish Island is accessed from Scenic Drive just south of 15 Mile Road.
Pay Your Property Taxes Online!
Bruce Township is excited to offer residents an easy and convenient method to pay their property tax bills online! All you need is your parcel number and a major credit, debit or pre-paid debit card.
Please make only one parcel payment per transaction!
Questions concerning registration requirements, election schedules, absentee voting, and other election procedural requirements should be directed to Ward Pulfrey at 906-635-3058 ext. 2.
The Township Board is elected every four years, the same date and year as the Presidential election.