The Township Hall and Township Library sit on a parcel of land with the Ray Township Park. This 17-acre recreational site contains two regulation softball diamonds, a tennis court, a basketball pad and net, and assorted playground equipment. There are also three roofed open-air pavilions with electricity and with nearby barbeque facilities. In the fall of 2002 a one-half mile long asphalt walking path was added around the perimeter of the park. In 2009 new playground structures were added to the park.
The government of Ray Township is that of a General Law Township and is established by State Statute. An elected Township Board that consists of the following five members conducts the township's business: One Supervisor, one Clerk, one Treasurer and two Trustees.
North Avenue and Romeo Plank are the major north-south roads while 26, 29, and 32 Mile Roads provide east-west access. Romeo Airport is a state owned general aviation facility located in the north-west corner of the township. In addition to the local Ray Township Park there is the Wolcott Mill Metropark and Farm Learning Center, which offers a number of recreational and educational programs. The 2,600-acre Huron-Clinton Metropark comprises ten percent of the land in the Township.