Cottrellville Township has plenty of open space. It is about 75% undeveloped or agricultural land, with another 13% devoted to recreation. Marine City Airport is here. Cottrellville, organized in 1827, is one of the oldest townships in the state. Demographics
Officials: Supervisor William Zweng, Clerk Violet Pfaff. Treasurer Betty Zweng, trustees Tom Kreusal and Bill Jenuwine.
Township Offices: At 7008 Marsh Road. Hours are 9 a.m. to noon weekdays. 765-4730
Business: Primary employer is Manter Technologies on Marine City Hghway.
Parks: Algonac State Park is partially in Cottrellville Township on the St. Clair River.