The Proposed City Council agenda for December 3, 2013 has been posted here.
The December 2013 meeting of the Human Relations Commission has been canceled.
Click here to view information concerning property demolitions as part of the City's Neighborhood Stabilization Program.
View disclosures of the City's defined pension benefit plans in accordance with Public Act 347.
To view the City's Economic Vitality Incentive Program requirements, click here.
Located at the intersections of I-94 and US-127, Jackson, Michigan is a hard-working, vibrant city with the charm and warmth of a quaint town. From the historic Downtown to the beautiful acres of open parkland that stretch across the city limits, Jackson earns its recognition as one of Michigan’s “Cool Cities”, giving these opportunities to its visitors, and offering even more to its residents.
Jackson is also great place for businesses to call home. It offers a number of incentives to help businesses succeed, and a workforce of highly skilled and productive individuals to assure that success is met.
So whether you’ve come to know it as the Rose City, home of the Cascade Falls or birthplace of the Republican Party, Jackson continues to evolve and develop, making a new name for itself every day.
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1. Michelle Woods
2. Kimberly Jaquish
3. Daniel Greer
4. Laura Schlecte
5. Andrew Frounfelker
6. Derek Dobies
Mayor Martin J. Griffin
The City of Jackson is governed by a "city manager" form of government. It is comprised of six individual wards, each of which is represented by a city council member whom is elected by the residents of that respective ward.
Your ward is determined by the address at which you live, represented by the map to the right. You can stay current with issues affecting each individual ward, and on how your city council member is voting, by clicking on the respective ward section.