Miltona Township

Miltona Township

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Douglas County, Minnesota

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Map of Miltona Township, Douglas County Minnesota


 Miltona Township is located in Douglas County Minnesota and was established 19 December 1871; it is comprised by congressional Township 130, Range the odd sections were secured by the old St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Company. The even numbers were mostly taken by homestead patents.


 Lake Miltona was named for Mrs. Florence Miltona Roadruck, wife of Benjamin Franklin Roadruck. The family homesteaded in Section 22 of Leaf Valley Township. In 1877, they sold their land and returned to Indiana. Lake Irene, was named for Irene Roadruck whose mother gave Miltona its name.  

According to the State Demographer as of April 1, 2014, the township had a total population of 798. The township has a total of 35.8 square miles 27.1 of it is land and 8.7 of it is water. Of the 798 people, 361 households. To view the land owner in Douglas County go to the Douglas County Survey and Geographic Information System (GIS) site. 



 Miltona Township meets at the Miltona Community center located at 5590 County Road 14 NW, Miltona MN 56354.

Meetings are on the 1st Monday on each month 

@ 7:00 pm

* September 2020 (*Adjusted dates)

The public is invited at attend any and all meeting.  If you would like to be added to the agenda please call Tom Blank (218) 943-5299.  


   Miltona Township April Meeting

Zoom Video Conferencing

Monday, April 6, 2020 @ 7:00 pm

If you wish to participate, send an email to Tom

He will send you the invitation to login


Thomas A Blank

Miltona Township Clerk

                                                                                     posted 04/03/2020




 The Board of Appeal and Equalization for the Township of Miltona in Douglas County Minnesota, will meet on Friday, April 10, 2020, at 9:00 am at the Courthouse Boardroom by appointment only,  for the assessment year 2020 (taxes payable 2021).  The purpose of this meeting is to determine whether property in the jurisdiction has been properly valued and classified by the assessor.  If you believe the value or classification of your property is incorrect, please contact your Assessor's office at (320) 762-3884 to discuss your concerns.  If you disagree with the valuations or classification after discussing it with your assessor,  The board will review your assessment and may make corrections as needed.  All appeals are by appointment.  

Call the Douglas County Assessor's Office at 

(320) 762-3884 to schedule an appointment.   

Thomas A Blank

Miltona Township Clerk

                                                                                     posted 03/23/2020



2020 Voting Information

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 State Primary Election

Tuesday, November 03, 2020 Election Day

                                                                                      posted 12/02/2019

last updated 04/03/2020