About Fabius

Fabius Township is situated in a rolling rural setting in St. Joseph County, Michigan. The township is dotted with lakes and streams, making it a wonderful area in which to settle or visit. Presently, it has a population of approximately 3,500 residents who enjoy the peaceful rural character, yet have the convenience of the services offered by the City of Three Rivers. Fabius Township is also just 30 minutes from Kalamazoo, MI and 60 minutes from South Bend, IN. Learn more

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Township Board meets on the second wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM.

Recent Posts

  MEETING NOTICE – August 7, 2014     Environmental & Wetlands Protection Advisory Committee Please be advised that the Fabius Township Environmental and Wetlands Protection Advisory Committee will have a regular meeting on Thursday, August 7, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. at the Fabius Township Hall.   Dated:  July 11, 2014                by:     ____________________________ Judith Eifert, […]

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Environmental & Wetlands Protection Advisory Committee MEETING NOTICE – July 10, 2014 Please be advised that the Fabius Township Environmental and Wetlands Protection Advisory Committee will have a regular meeting on Thursday, July 10, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. at the Fabius Township Hall. Dated:  June 8, 2014                  by:     ____________________________ Judith Eifert, its Secretary It is […]

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Trail Planning The City of Three Rivers and Fabius Township have worked with other organizations to establish a proposed pathway connection from the City to Meyer Broadway Park.  The initiative was guided by the Partnerships for Change Sustainable Communities Program and a special steering committee. Committee members examined issue associated with land use, natural features, […]

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Prosecutor McDonough and Undersheriff Lillywhite addressed citizen’s concerns regarding noise problems in the township.  Based on their information, the board has tabled any action on moving forward on a separate ordinance.  We greatly appreciate both gentlemen taking the time to address our concerns.  Both Mr. McDonough and Undersheriff Lillywhite encouraged folks to report issues and to […]

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