This annual event includes games, a pancake breakfast, trick-or-treating and much more.
Citizens of Michigan are encouraged to explore the data and information related to how their taxpayer dollars are spent.
Quick assessment information of the state’s performance in key areas including: economic strength; health and education; and public safety.
A fully searchable and highly interactive site that provides summary and checkbook level data on state payments.
Datasets made available for public consumption allowing users to create their own method of accessing and viewing data.
Rick Snyder became Michigan's 48th governor when he was sworn into office for a second term on Jan. 1, 2015. In his inaugural address, he described his vision for reinventing Michigan by creating more and better jobs, revitalizing the educational system, and revamping government to focus on providing excellent service to its customers, the state's 10 million people.