Charter Township of Au Sable
Geographical information

Iosco County




United States

Land area

21.1 square miles

Water area

0.5 square mile



Demographic information
Population (2000)


Population density

108.2/sq. mile

Government structure
Community type

Charter township


Charter township board

Elected officials
  • Township board:[1]
    • Alanda Barnes
    • Jan Baldwin
    • Kevin K. Beliveau (Supervisor)
    • Paul Mayville
    • Lynn Mitchell (Clerk)
    • Yvette Ramsdell
    • Mary Jo Samotis (Treasurer)
Other information
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ZIP Code(s)
Area code(s)


FIPS code


GNIS feature ID


Official Website

Charter Township of Au Sable is a charter township in northeastern Iosco County, Michigan along the shoreline of Lake Huron. It is bound to the east by the lake, to the north by the Au Sable River and Oscoda Charter Township, to the west by Wilber Township, and to the south by Baldwin Township.[3] The township is located about eight miles north-northeast of East Tawas and contains the unincorporated census-designated place of Au Sable.[3] The population was 2,230 during the 2000 census.[4]

According to the United States Census Bureau, Au Sable Charter Township has a total area of 21.1 square miles, of which 0.5 square miles is water. The community primarily uses ZIP code 48750[5]—assigned to Oscoda with allowance for Au Sable.[6] Southern portions of the township, however, use 48730[7]—assigned to East Tawas.[6] The township has the FIPS code 26-04300.[4]

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Iosco County
County seat: Tawas City — Founded: 1840 as Kanotin; Organized: 1857 — Population: 27,339 (2000)
East Tawas · Tawas City · Whittemore
Charter townships
Au Sable · Oscoda
Civil townships
Alabaster · Baldwin · Burleigh · Grant · Plainfield · Reno · Sherman · Tawas · Wilber
Census-designated places
Au Sable · Oscoda
Other communities
Alabaster · Hale · Long Lake · McIvor · National City · Sand Lake
Neighboring counties
Alcona County (north), Arenac County (southwest), Ogemaw County (west), Oscoda County (northwest)
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