P.O. Box 1157, Fowlerville, Michigan 48836
Phone (517) 223-0358 | Fax (517) 223-0533

Conway Information

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This page is a work in progress so please come back and visit often to find more information.

Burn Permits: to obtain a burn permit, please call 517-223-7588, Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Leave a message with your name, address, phone number and what days you will be burning.

2015 Conway Township Spring Clean Up

2015 Conway Township Spring Clean Up day will be Saturday May 9th between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. The spring cleanup is for Conway Township Residents ONLY. Please look for more information in our Annual Newsletter.

Hall Rental Policy Change:

At the November 18, 2014 Board of Trustees meeting the Board made the decision to stop renting the Conway Township Hall. The new rental policy is effective November 19, 2014. Existing 2014-2015 rental reservations with the $50 deposit will be honored.This decision was not an easy one and has been discussed numerous times over the years. The Board realizes that the Hall is a great asset to our residents. One reason we have come to this decision is we are at the point where we would have to increase the rent to hire someone to handle the responsibility and to cover costs such as utilities and replacement of tables and chairs.Thank you for your understanding in this matter.


Cemetery Ordinance

In 2010 Conway Township adopted a Cemetery Ordinance designed to help maintain the cemeteries along with the history within our cemeteries.

Conway Township has 5 township owned cemeteries listed below. 4 of the 5 are active and burial plots are available.

The cost of purchasing the “right to be buried” within any of our 4 active cemeteries is $200 per burial plot.

Unfortunately our records of burials are not up to date as all of our cemeteries have burials from as far back as 1835. The records where not always kept by the Conway Township, some had no written records and the people that maintained the cemeteries had all that information stored in their heads. Some records kept in homes and churches were destroyed by fire.

The current clerk is trying to get information up to date as best as possible, but some stones are weathers beyond recognition. Others never had stones to make the burials.

We do have one tireless person in Livingston County that has taken pictures of all the stones in all the Cemeteries in Livingston County. I have provided that link to her website for the 3 cemeteries she has completed. So please visit her website if you are looking for loved ones that are buried in the OLD Klein/Conway Cemetery, Coughran Cemetery or Fuller/Antrim Baptist Cemetery. We do not have a link to the Benjamin or United Brethren/Miller Cemeteries.


Benjamin – no link

Conway/Klein Cemetery



United Brethren – no link – NOT ACTIVE