Welcome To The Perham Township Website

Perham Township Meetings are held at 120 2nd Street SE every 1st Tuesday of each month.

Voting hours are 7:00am to 8:00pm
Voting location for Perham Township residents 

is at the PACC.

Voters will use the back parking lot and back entrance of the PACC.

To view sample ballot click here

Perham Township Announcements

MEETING

WHEN

WHERE

Special Meeting to accept bids for snow removal. Bids can be mailed to PO Box 96, Perham or brought to the meeting. To view contract and details of Bid requirements click here.

October 27th at 7:00 pm

120 2nd Street South East. Located next to Fitness First in Perham. 

Perham Township Meeting

November 3rd at 8:15 pm 120 2nd Street South East. Located next to Fitness First in Perham.

PERHAM TOWNSHIP NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETINGS TO BE HELD AT A NEW LOCATION

Notice is hereby given that the regular meetings of the Perham town board regularly scheduled for the first Tuesday of each month, 2020 at 7:00pm will be held at 120 2nd Street SE, Perham MN. Dated this 6th day of October 2020. Town Clerk Posted on: October 13th, 2020.

OPEN POSITIONS

Perham Township has three open positions on the November Ballot – 2 Supervisor positions and the treasurer position.

Filing for these positions will be open 7/28/2020 until 8/11/2020. If you are interested in any of the positions and are a resident of Perham Township, please contact the Clerk at 218-234-0317 or clerk@perhamtownship.com

Perham Township is located in West Central Minnesota.

It is home to over One Thousand of Minnesota’s beautiful lakes. Organized March 19, 1872, was then called Marion Lake Township, for the lake adjoining its southwest corner; but March 1, 1877, it was renamed, to be like its village, by an act of the legislature.

Josiah Perham, commemorated in this name, was the first president of the Northern Pacific railroad company, in 1864-65. He was born in Wilton,. Maine, in 1803, and died in Boston, Mass., in 1868.

Very interesting biographic notes, with narration of his enthusiastic efforts for construction of this transcontinental railway line, are given in Eugene V. Smalley’s “History of the Northern Pacific Railroad”

Map of Perham Township

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