Living in Midland

The County of Midland, located in the heart of Mid-Michigan, has a well-deserved reputation for being a great place to live and conduct business. Midland County's website is designed to provide visitors with user-friendly information and access to all the services, programs and activities Midland County Government offers its citizens. These range from the courts, veterans services, parks & recreation, law enforcement, news & information, health services and so much more.

Midland County is home to 84,000 people, two Fortune 500 companies, a minor league baseball team, and a diverse economic base that continues to expand. The County's progressive business climate and a longstanding tradition of cultural, educational, and recreational excellence make this thriving small-town community with big city amenities an attractive place for residents and visitors alike.

Public Safety

Midland County's 84,000 residents are served by Law Enforcement agencies from several departments. The Sheriff's Office and the Michigan State Police work county-wide, while City of Midland Police and Coleman Police work within their corporate boundaries.

The City of Midland boasts a full time fire department with three 24/7 stations.  The balance of County residents are served by volunteer firefighters who come to our need from one of many out-county fire stations.

Midland County EMS is funded through a county-wide millage and serves from three stations.

Our Health Community

Midland County has been voted one of the top healthiest counties in Michigan.  Its hospital system is affiliated with the University of Michigan Health System.  

2016 Health Report

Voting & Elections

The County Clerk's Office oversees all elections conducted in Midland County including all school elections and monitors campaign finance law.  For information contact their office at 989.832.6739.