Though considerly smaller than state and federal governments, local governments publish materials such as charters, codes and ordinances, planning and zoning reports, demographic data, etc. of significant value to residents and business owners within those communities. Local governments also often publish information related to significant events, community anniversaries and local recreation that serve as a source for historical and biographical information about the community and its residents.
Michigan local documents are generally included in the Law and Michigan collections and are best discovered through the Library's catalog, ANSWER.
LM is actively seeking materials that will bolster this element within its collections and welcomes any opportunity to acquire Michigan local government publications. To donate, contact the library at 517-373-1300 or firstname.lastname@example.org. On Oct. 16, 2018 this number will change to 517-335-1477.
- Community Energy Management - MI Energy
- DTMB/Resources for Local Governments
- Local Government Forms and Reports - State of Michigan
- MDEQ/Environmental Regulations for Local Government Officials
- MDNR Grants
- MDOT Local Agency Programs
- MEDC/Michigan Strategic Fund
- MSP/Local Emergency Management Programs
- Michigan's Open Data Portal
- Population (Census and demographic data) - Michigan Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives
- Data Search - Michigan Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives
- Data.gov - Local Government
- Michigan Courts - Performance Measures Data
- Center for Educational Performance and Information (CEPI) - get data
- Candidate Listings and Elections Results - Local
- Election Magic - Archives (select Michigan counties)
- Governing Michigan - Michigan Regional, Local and Tribal Government Materials
- Michigan Tribal Governments - official documents, state government relations
- Municode - Michigan local codes and charters
- State of Michigan Code Library (American Legal Publishing Corp.)