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This website is designed for jurors, employers and the public to use to find useful information about Muskegon County's jury system.
Juvenile Transition Center
The Muskegon County Juvenile Transition Center (JTC) is a secure Court Operated Facility that functions under the auspices of the Muskegon County 14th Circuit Court- Family Division. Youth are referred to the JTC by the Family Court or one of its designee. Only youth accused of or adjudicated for law violations are placed in detention. We are a 32-bed facility with 24-beds dedicated to the detention side of our facility with 8-beds dedicated to our residential.
Read about juvenile proceedings at the Circuit Court and how they work.
The Muskegon Area District Library connects a diverse community to resources and services that educate, inform, enrich and entertain.
The mission of the Lakeshore Museum Center is to preserve and interpret through exhibits, education, and programs the natural and cultural history of Muskegon County.
Camp, hike, swim, cycle…No matter your preference, all can be enjoyed at one of Muskegon County’s beautiful parks, all year long.
The Muskegon County Public Defenders was created in 2013 by the Muskegon County Board of Commissioners. Our mission is to defend the rights of those persons against whom the government threatens a liberty interest. What that means is, if a person cannot afford a lawyer and he or she faces being put in jail or prison or the government is threatening to take his or her children, we are appointed to defend him or her. No one in Muskegon County will be deprived of life, liberty or the pursuit of happiness simply because he or she cannot afford to pay a lawyer.
Find out what kinds of services this department provides.
Learn about bidder information, solicitation process and other purchasing services.