Sebewaing Township Hall

Sebewaing Township Hall

Sebewaing Township was organized on 1853. In 1877 the board resolved to use liquor money to build the township hall. The atypical two-story town hall included voting booths, a courtroom, a jury room, a jail, and a meeting hall. The front door was off center to accommodate double engine-room doors until the fire department vacated the building in 1883. In 2006, the Sebewaing Area Historical Society restored the hall to its 1878 appearance.
photo of Sebewaing Township Hall

Registered Site L1596
Erected 2010

Location: 92 South Center Street
Sebewaing, Huron County

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Latitude: 43.731557435, Longitude: -83.45184803

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