Munith is a small unincorporated community in the northeast of Jackson County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is situated on Michigan State Highway 106 on the boundary between Waterloo Township and Henrietta Township at 42°23′26″N 84°15′02″W / 42.39056°N 84.25056°W / 42.39056; -84.25056Coordinates: 42°23′26″N 84°15′02″W / 42.39056°N 84.25056°W / 42.39056; -84.25056. The ZIP Code is 49259 and serves portions of both Henrietta and Waterloo townships. In addition to the post office, there is a township hall, a cemetery, a gas station, and no stoplights. The Munith area is served by the Stockbridge Community Schools district.

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