Muskegon County, Michigan

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Transparency Grade
Elected Officials
Administrative Officials
Permits, zoning
Contracts P
Public records
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Muskegon County is one of 83 counties in Michigan.

Website evaluation

The good

  • Budget is published.[1].
  • The Commission meeting minutes are posted[2].
  • The Commissioners names are listed and their contact information is listed[3].
  • Contact information for the other government officials is listed[4].
  • Permit information is listed. Zoning information is handled at the local municipality level, not at the County level.[5].
  • Audits and financial reports are published[6].
  • Lobbying information is posted[7].
  • FOIA Contacts, Policy and Request Form is posted[8].
  • Tax information is posted, but online property tax information is only available by creating an account. You can view parcels that you own at no charge.[9].
  • A Transparency Checklist is posted[10].

The bad

  • Bid awards are listed but not all contracts are listed.

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