Frequently Requested Phone Numbers
52-3 District Court - (248) 853-5553
Lake Orion Community Schools - (248) 693-5400
North Oakland Transportation (NOTA) - (248) 693-7100
Oakland County Animal Control - (248) 858-1090
Oakland County Clerk - (248) 858-0581
Oakland County Equalization - (248) 858-0781
Oakland County Sheriff's Dispatch - (248) 858-4911
Orion Area Chamber of Commerce - (248) 693-6300
Orion Historical Society - (248) 693-4154
Orion Township Public Library - (248) 693-3000
Secretary of State - (248) 764-6424
Square Lake Cemetery - (248) 396-5266
Village of Lake Orion - (248) 639-8391
Census Bureau Updates
Presentation - Beyond the Decennial: Census Engagement in non-Decennial Years
Non-profit groups who wish to solicit funds in the community must register with the Township Clerk’s Office. Per Ordinance 95, all other solicitors must apply for a permit ($35 application fee for the first 30 days and $15 for each additional 30-day period). Solicitors are allowed to go door-to-door between the hours of 11:00 a.m. to a half-hour before sunset in Orion Township.
If a solicitor comes to your door, ask to see their license. If it cannot be produced, call the Clerk’s Office at (248) 391-0304, to verify the approval status, or non-emergency dispatch (248) 858-4911, to report the violation.
To see a list of approved Peddlers/Solicitors, please access Approved Peddlers/Solicitors
Neighborhood Block Parties
If you wish to close streets or roads for a neighborhood block party, you must submit an application to the Township Clerk’s office at least six (6) weeks prior to the requested date in order to obtain the necessary permit from the Road Commission for Oakland County
Michigan Organ Donor Registry
The Michigan Organ Donor Registry is a database of residents who wish to be organ and tissue donors that is maintained by the Department of State. The registry is confidential and can only be accessed by Gift of Life Michigan to assist hospitals in the recovery and transplantation of organs and tissue.
Besides signing up online, you can add your name to the Organ Donor Registry when you:
- Renew or replace your standard driver's license or state ID card online at ExpressSOS.com.
- Visit a Secretary of State office and simply let the clerk know you want your name added to the Michigan Organ Donor Registry.
- Renew your state ID card by mail by checking the organ donor box and your name will be placed on the donor registry.