Soar high above it all on America’s longest canopy walk, or sail off into the sunset aboard a majestic tall ship. Spend a day unearthing unique antiques and artisan-crafted finds, or bask in the warm European charm of Michigan's Little Bavaria.
Whether you're exploring one of six inviting cities or washing away your cares in the calm waters of Lake Huron, you're sure to find what's pure to you in the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Mid-Michigan's Landmark Destination for World-class Entertainment and Cultural Programming.
Imagine a place where art, science, history, music, theater, dance, films, camps, classes and professional world-class entertainers live under one roof! This is Midland Center for the Arts, a one-of-a-kind venue where all ages are invited to create as well as appreciate and explore a diverse array of guest artists, internationally known art and science exhibits, professional symphony concerts, award-winning theatre, art classes and more.
Our community enjoys the out of doors, there are close to 100 parks through out Midland County including the unique Pere Marquette Rail Trail, over 20 miles of well maintained riding await!
Chippewa Nature Center
Chippewa Nature Center is one of the largest private non-profit nature centers in the United States. Through the years, CNC has grown from its original 198 acre parcel and an all-volunteer staff to include over 1,500 acres, 40 staff members and hundreds of volunteers. Over 70,000 people visit CNC every year, including 1,000 Nature Day Campers and thousands of school children.
FetchGIS is a modern web and mobile GIS software that makes it easy for the Midland community to benefit from location data and services. Midland County FetchGIS engages users in an intuitive workspace that streamlines data discovery and increases service benefits for our community.
Look online to see if taxes are current or delinquent on properties. You get all the same information as if you were at the Treasurer's counter in person... from the comfort of your computer or mobile device.
The Finance Committee reviews the Administrator/Controller's recommended budget, adjustments to the Board approved budget, the audit, issuance of debt and other issues that may impact the overall financial position of the County.
The Executive Committee is a committee of the whole and is the monthly meeting at which both the Administrator/Controller and the county's legal counsel give their staff reports to the Board. This is a "review" committee only...no action is allowed to be taken by the board during this meeting.
The Executive Committee meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. During the summer months (June - August), the Committee meets on the third Tuesday at 9:00 a.m.