The official website of Bay County, Michigan. We invite you to discover what Bay County, located along the Saginaw Bay of Lake Huron in mid-Michigan, has to offer.
Bay County is made up of 14 townships and 4 cities. It is home to around 106,000 people, making it the 20th most populated county in the state.
Bay County government is divided into more than 50 departments. Find information and contact details for each of the departments within Bay County.
Bay County offers a variety of online services to better serve the community. Find links to employment, taxes, documents, legal info and more.
Did you know that the Bay County Law Enforcement Center houses a permanent drug drop off barrel? Members of the public can drop off any unwanted prescription drugs with no questions asked. Please remove the label or any identification on the bottle. Needles & syringes are not accepted. Questions? Contact the Sheriff's Office at (989) 895-4050.
The County building was built in 1933. The building houses the government offices of the County Executive, County Clerk, Treasurer, Register of Deeds and Drain Commissioner.
The Bay County Veterans Affairs office is located on the second floor of the Bay County Building and provides information, referrals, and support services to honorably discharged, wartime veterans and their families. If you are a veteran and in need of benefits assistance, please contact our office at (989) 895-4190 to speak with one of our representatives. Learn More
Billed as the "Gateway To The North", Pinconning Park and Campground is minutes east off of I-75, in northeastern Bay County. The park features miles of boardwalks and trails, a sandy beach with kayak rentals, observation towers and a boat launch for access to prime walleye fishing on the bay. Learn More
The Dashboard and Citizen's Guide have been designed to allow our citizens to view important information about Bay County quickly and easily.
Information on all the Dashboards and Reports are updated as new information becomes available. If something is listed as N/A then some of the necessary reporting agencies have not finalized their information or it does not exist.
BAY CITY, MI – The 2017 numbers are in and Bay County is proud to announce a nearly 20% increase in the number of animals leaving its shelters alive. Since making significant changes last year, Bay County’s Live Release Rate increased to...
Jim Barcia named to County Executives of America's Board of Directors WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Board of Directors of the County Executives of America, a non-partisan organization based in Washington D.C. and representing over 700 member counties with...
Transportation Planner/GIS Technician, Bay County Environmental Affairs and Community Development (full-time position) Gypsy Moth Assistant Program Coordinator - Bay County Environmental Affairs and Community Development (full-time position)...