Phone: (586) 469-5115
Fax: (586) 783-0906
The Animal Control division provides shelter for stray animals in Macomb County. This facility is a source of information for Macomb County residents regarding animal related problems.
Macomb County Administration Building
Phone: (586) 469-5125
Fax: (586) 469-5993
Business hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Macomb County Board of Commissioners serves as the legislative body for Macomb County government and is one of the two co-equal branches established by Michigan law and the County Charter.
Phone: (586) 469-5209
Fax: (586) 469-6927
After the primary and general elections, the board reviews and analyzes the results to determine who have been nominated in primary elections and which candidates are elected in general elections.
Phone: (586) 783-8142
Fax: (877) 443-9505
This commission oversees the civil service system for the Macomb County Sheriff's Office that employs, promotes, and disciplines employees. In addition, the commission regulates the transfer, reinstatement, suspension and discharge of officers, and provides for referendums.
Phone: (586) 469-5120
Fax: (877) 443-9505
By Michigan statute, the County Clerk is the "keeper of records" for the citizens of Macomb County. The County Clerk is the official Clerk for the 16th Judicial Circuit Court including the Family Division, Board of Commissioners, Election Scheduling Committee, Election Commission, Tax Allocation Board, Board of Canvassers, Plat Board, Civil Service Commission for the Macomb County Sheriff Department, Jury Commission and the Concealed Weapon Licensing Board.
Phone: (586) 307-9443
Fax: (586) 469-6436
Macomb County Community Corrections is a community based sanction and rehabilitative program aimed at relieving prison and jail overcrowding through Court-approved sentencing alternatives.
Access Center: (586) 948-0222 V/Collect
Crisis Center: (586) 307-9100 V/TDD/Collect
Substance Abuse Access: (586) 541-2273 V/Collect
Under the direction of the Macomb County Board of Commissioners and the Macomb County Community Mental Health Board, Macomb County Community Mental Health provides a wide variety of mental health treatment and support services to adults and children with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse treatment needs. Individual services provided may include assessment; outpatient or home-based treatment; mental health assessment prior to nursing home placement; residential, respite or support services; or other alternatives as determined by individual needs. Service Centers are barrier free. TTY access to the MCCMH system is provided through the Crisis Center, Ombudsman and Office of Recipient Rights. Services are available in American Sign Language, as well as other alternative languages as needed. MCCMH programs and services are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Phone: (586) 469-5749
Fax: (877) 443-9505
The Macomb County Concealed Weapon Licensing Board is responsible for issuing licenses for carrying concealed weapons to applicants residing within the county.
Phone: (586) 469-6346
Fax: (586) 307-8286
Corporation Counsel is the chief legal counsel for the County of Macomb. Corporation Counsel is charged with the responsibility to represent the County, the Executive, the County Commission, the five Countywide Elected Officials, the Department Heads and Agencies of the County in all civil legal matters affecting the County. This office provides legal advice to all County officials, departments, agencies and prepares, reviews and approves County contracts and other documents affecting the County.
Phone: (586) 469-7001
Fax: (586) 469-7257
The County Executive, Mark A. Hackel, serves as head of the executive branch of government. He supervises, coordinates, directs, and controls all County departments, except for departments headed by Countywide Elected Officials. The mission of the County Executive’s Office is to ensure that all county activities are geared toward efficiency, economy, and maximum service effectiveness for the citizens of Macomb County. The Office provides internal direction and support to the County’s departments and organizations, and external support to the residents, communities and businesses of Macomb County.
Phone: (586) 469-5209
Fax: (586) 469-6927
The Election Department is responsible for overseeing the printing and distribution of election ballots and conducting national, state, and county elections. The canvass of votes in state, county, school, and some city and township elections is under the jurisdiction of the County Clerk.
Phone: (586) 469-5270
Fax: (586) 469-6439
The Office of Emergency Management organizes and operates the Macomb County Emergency Operations Center. The Operations Center is charged with the responsibility of responding to natural and man-made disasters.
Phone: (586) 469-5260
Fax: (586) 469-5423
The Equalization Department is appointed by the Board of Commissioners and is required by law to conduct Assessment studies for verification of local assessor values, compile Assessment and Taxable Values for the County and report them to the State Tax Commission.
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Phone: (586) 469-5525
Five members of the Ethics Board are nominated by Macomb County Executive, subject to approval by the Board of Commissioners, to serve on this independent oversight board to ensure public confidence in the integrity of county government.
Phone: (586) 469-5244
Fax: (586) 469-7770
This department provides professional engineering and maintenance services for the planning, construction, maintenance and operation of all county-owned buildings and grounds
Phone: (586) 469-5250
Fax: (586) 469-5066
The Finance Department provides the accounting and budgeting services to the various operating departments in the County. The Finance Department prepares and operates a balanced budget for the County of Macomb and ensures that all fiscal reporting are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles as set by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board.
Phone: (586) 469-5160
24-hour case information: (586) 469-7618
Fax: (586) 469-7941
The mission of the Macomb County Friend of the Court is to fairly and efficiently enforce court orders relating to child support, health care, spousal support, parenting time and custody and to investigate, evaluate and submit recommendations to the court on any contested domestic relation matter, as well as provide alternative dispute resolution opportunities for litigants and the court.
The Macomb County GIS Services Division's primary mission is to develop and maintain the data layers required to support the spatial mapping/analysis needs and workflow of Macomb County Departments and Agencies.
Phone: (586) 469-5235
Fax: (586) 469-5885
Phone: (586) 466-6800
Phone: (586) 465-8090
This department provides a wide range of health services to local residents. Its primary focus is to maintain, improve, and protect public health through local health promotion, prevention, and educational programs.
Health & Community Services Administration
Phone: (586) 469-7190
Fax: (586) 469-5545
The Department of Health and Community Services (H&CS) was created by the County Charter to oversee and coordinate the County's public health, community service, environmental protection, and aging services and advocacy programs. H&CS carries out that mandate by coordinating and supporting the activities of three Macomb County agencies:
Phone: (586) 469-5280
Fax: (586) 469-6974
The Human Resources and Labor Relations Department is responsible for administering all personnel activities, including the recruitment and selection of qualified applicants for vacant positions; administering and maintaining fringe benefit programs; employment records; reviewing and analyzing classification and compensation information; coordinating staff training activities and monitoring the budgetary position count.
Phone: (586) 469-0524
Fax: (586) 469-6547
The IT department services Macomb County Department and agencies with respect to their computer and information technology needs. IT continually analyzes, evaluates and assesses the computer technology marketplace in order to advance the most cost-effective and strategic solutions.
Phone: (586) 469-5158
Fax: (586) 466-8709
The basic function of the Jury Commission is to maintain rosters of eligible jurors. Each year approximately 120,000 citizens are contacted to determine their eligibility to serve as jurors.
Phone: (586) 469-5240
The Juvenile Division of the Macomb County Circuit Court has exclusive jurisdiction in cases involving youths under the age of seventeen and concurrent jurisdiction over those over seventeen, but not yet eighteen. It offers a number of programs for youth who are at risk due to abuse, neglect or delinquency. The Division also presides over adoption requests in Macomb County.
Phone: (586) 469-5375
Fax: (586) 469-0815
The Macomb County Juvenile Justice Center is a Child Care Institution under the administration of the Board of Commissioners that provides a safe, secure, and caring environment to youth that are remanded into custody through the family court.
Phone: (586) 469-5312
Fax: (586) 307-8290
This department manages the records of approximately 361,000 individual real estate parcels, including legal descriptions, taxpayer names and addresses, and delinquent tax information.
Phone: (586) 469-6999
TDD: (586) 469-5962
Fax: (586) 469-5530
Macomb Community Action is a agency dedicated to providing quality services, with respect and confidentiality, in a manner which supports families and individuals seeking to improve their quality of life.
Phone: (586) 469-5265
Fax: (586) 466-7418
Martha T. Berry is a 217 bed long-term care facility in Macomb County. This facility is dedicated to fostering an environment in which medical and nursing care is compassionately provided to our residents.
Phone: (586) 469-5180
Fax: (586) 469-6948
Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) helps people improve their lives through an educational process that applies knowledge to critical issues, needs, and opportunities.
Phone: (586) 469-5220
Fax: Toll Free (800) 285- WORKS
The mission of the Macomb/St. Clair Workforce Development Board is to integrate those youth and adults facing barriers to employment into the labor force by providing Customer Driven job training and other employability support services.
Phone: (586) 469-5228
Fax: (586) 469-5578
The Office of Senior Services is devoted through their cost efficient services to improve lives, increase independence, and enhance dignity of Macomb County senior citizens, age 60 and older.
Phone: (586) 469-5285
Fax: (586) 469-6787
The Macomb County Department of Planning and Economic Development reaches out to provide expertise and services to residents, businesses, municipalities and other county departments.
Phone: (586) 469-5120
Fax: (877) 443-9505
The Plat Board makes certain that the proper county agencies have reviewed and approved all plats pertaining to the subdivision of land in the county.
Wills and Estates Division
Phone: (586) 469-5290
Fax: (586) 783-0971
This division administrates testate and intestate decedent’s estates and has exclusive jurisdiction over testamentary and intervivos trusts. Where appropriate the Court appoints guardians and/or conservators for minors and legally incapacitated adults. As a public service, the Court accepts for safekeeping the Last Will and Testaments of county residents. There is a nominal fee of $25 for this service.
Phone: (586) 469-5320
Fax: (586) 783-0905
This division processes petitions on the hospitalization of those individuals who are in need of mental health services and appoints guardians for those adults who are found to be developmentally disabled.
Phone: (586) 469-5350
Fax: (586) 469-5609
The Prosecuting Attorney is the chief law enforcement officer in the county. His office represents the people of the State of Michigan in criminal matter before the District and Circuit Courts, Juvenile Court, the Supreme Court, and the Court of Appeals.
Phone: (586) 469-5325
Fax: (586) 469-5933
The Public Works Commissioner is responsible for the construction, operation, and maintenance of the county's 750 drains. He also manages the Macomb County Wastewater Disposal District, which provides sewer service through Detroit for eleven County Communities.
Phone: (586) 469-5255
Fax: (586) 469-6612
The Purchasing Division of the Macomb County Finance Department is responsible for reviewing requirements, developing specifications, and procuring materials, supplies and services required by Macomb County Government.
Phone: (586) 469-7953
Fax: (586) 469-5130
The Register of Deeds Office records documents pertaining to records documents such as deeds, mortgages, liens, lis pendens, state tax liens, federal tax liens, and several other documents related to real estate property located in Macomb County.
Phone: (586) 469-5250
Fax: (586) 469-5847
The Retirement Commission directs the operation of the Retirement System for county employees
Phone: (586) 469-6349
Fax: (586) 469-7902
This department is responsible for evaluating potential liability exposures, county facility emergency evacuations, and safety risks.
Phone: (586) 463-8671
Fax: (586) 463-8682
The Macomb County Department of Roads is committed to improving Macomb County's road and bridge system by effectively delivering quality road and bridge products, services and information.
Phone: (586) 469-5151
Fax: (586) 307-9621
The jurisdiction of the Macomb County Sheriff's Office encompasses the entire County. The office includes a Sheriff's Patrol, Marine Patrol, SCUBA Divers, Youth Bureau, Detective Bureau, and many other services.
Phone: (586) 469-5190
Fax: (586) 469-6770
The Office of the County Treasurer exists by virtue of Michigan Law. County funds under the Treasurer's jurisdiction include drainage districts, county road improvement projects, Circuit Court, Veteran's Trust, and the Delinquent Tax Revolving Fund. The Treasurer is responsible for accounting of all revenue, investments, securities, and the County monies in financial institutions.
Phone: (586) 469-5315
Fax: (586) 469-5316
The goal of Veterans' Services is to provide outstanding service to the Veterans and their families who reside in Macomb County by maximizing the receipt of Veterans benefits and eliminating or reducing the frustration and confusion that go along with the process.