62127 CR 380
Bangor, MI 49013
63133 16th Avenue
Bangor, MI. 49013-9661
Date: 2nd Tuesday of every month
Time: 7:00 pm
Geneva Township was founded in 1854 and is rich in history with many of the original families that homesteaded in the 1800s still active and living here today. There are three centennial farms in Geneva Township.
Geneva, originally a part of Lafayette township, in the division in 1837 was made a part of South Haven Township. Again in 1845 it was set off from that township as part of Columbia Township. On January 5, 1854, when by resolution of the board of supervisors of the county, it was detached from Columbia Township and organized as a township by itself under the name of Geneva Township. The first town meeting thereafter was held on the first Monday of April 1854, at the residence of Nathan Tubbs, at which twenty-two votes were polled and the first officers were chosen.