Local Government Dashboards

Governor Snyder, in 2011, signed into law the Economic Vitality and Incentive Program (EVIP), which changed the way that Revenue Sharing was distributed to local units throughout the state. One of the items necessary to receive EVIP funds required local units of government to make available to the public a performance dashboard or a financial summary of its local finances, including a recognition of its unfunded liabilities. Below is a list of cities, townships, and villages who complied with the program requirements and a link to their performance dashboard. This page is continually updated with new information, as it becomes available. If a specific local unit is not linked, please check with that unit for a copy of their financial statements.

County
  01 Alcona   43 Lake  
  02 Alger   44 Lapeer  
  03 Allegan   45 Leelanau  
  04 Alpena   46 Lenawee  
  05 Antrim   47 Livingston  
  06 Arenac   48 Luce  
  07 Baraga   49 Mackinac  
  08 Barry   50 Macomb  
  09 Bay   51 Manistee  
  10 Benzie   52 Marquette  
  11 Berrien   53 Mason  
  12 Branch   54 Mecosta  
  13 Calhoun   55

Menominee

 
  14 Cass   56 Midland  
  15 Charlevoix   57 Missaukee  
  16 Cheboygan   58 Monroe  
  17 Chippewa   59 Montcalm  
  18 Clare   60 Montmorency  
  19 Clinton   61 Muskegon  
  20 Crawford   62 Newaygo  
  21 Delta   63 Oakland  
  22 Dickinson   64 Oceana  
  23 Eaton   65 Ogemaw  
  24 Emmet   66 Ontonagon  
  25 Genesee   67 Osceola  
  26 Gladwin   68 Oscoda  
  27 Gogebic   69 Otsego  
  28 Grand Traverse   70 Ottawa  
  29 Gratiot   71 Presque Isle  
  30 Hillsdale   72 Roscommon  
  31 Houghton   73 Saginaw  
  32 Huron   74

St Clair

 
  33 Ingham   75 St Joseph  
  34 Ionia   76 Sanilac  
  35 Iosco   77

Schoolcraft

 
  36 Iron   78 Shiawassee  
  37 Isabella   79 Tuscola  
  38 Jackson   80 Van Buren  
  39 Kalamazoo   81 Washtenaw  
  40 Kalkaska   82 Wayne  
  41

Kent

  83 Wexford  
  42 Keweenaw