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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some helpful answers to common questions about Parshallville and the PCA. Please help us grow this list by submitting a question/answer you think might be helpful. Just use the Contact form to submit your question/answer. Thanks!

What are the Cider Mill hours?
The historic Parshallville Grist Cider Mill is open the first Saturday of Labor Day through mid-November. Hours are Mon-Fri from 9am-6pm and Sat-Sun from 8am-6pm. Visit for more information.

How do I get trash and recyling pick up?
Hartland and Tyrone Townships do not offer trash pick up. Home owners contract trash pick up themselves. Waste Management and Superior Sanitation (810-227-1298) handle pick up in Parshallville. Drop off recycling is available at Recycle Livingston (517-548-4439). For more information go to

What are the cable TV options?
Part of the Parshallville area is serviced by Comcast. If cable is unavailable, satellite is offered through Dish Network and Direct TV.

Where will my children attend school?
Parshallville lies within the Hartland Consolidated School System. Administration offices are located in the Hartland Educational Support Services facility at 9525 Highland Rd. Visit for more information.

Where are the township offices located?
If you live in Tyrone Township, the town hall is located at 10408 Center Rd in Tyrone Township. If you live in Hartland Township, the town hall is located at 2655 Clark Rd in Hartland Township. Hartland government television access is located on Comcast Channel 20.

Where do I register to vote?
You can register through the Hartland Township Clerk's office at the town hall for Hartland residents, the Tyrone Township Clerk's office at the Tyrone town hall for Tyrone residents, the County Clerk's office in Howell, at any Secretary of State office, or by mail. For details, visit or

Who provides police and fire protection?
The Livingston County Sheriff's Department (517-546-2440) located at 150 S. Highlander Way, Howell, Mi 48843 provides police services for both Hartland and Tyrone residents. Visit for more information. Fire, rescue and emergency services are provided by the Hartland Deerfield Fire Authority. Call 911 for fire, police or medical emergencies. The closest station is located at the corner of Old US 23 and Parshallville Rd.

Fun Fact

According to a long-time local man, the pond used to have lots of big fish and recreation. There were wooden rowboats for rent on the pond, upstream across from the “peninsula”. Also there were two docks and people came to fish the pond. Fish caught included: 5 and 6 pound bass; crappies (speckled bass); northern pike; catfish; blue gills; warmouth bass; walleye. There used to be no fence under the mill around the wheel, and the kids spear fished there. Crayfish were caught at night by the kids, using flashlights. It was an eerie sight seeing those lights below the dam. In the daytime, the kids stood under the dam, getting sprayed by the force of water. (I remember this-my kids did it.) Bullhead and catfish were planted in the pond. The walleye in our pond went to Lake Shannon when the dam broke.