|Rillastine R. Wilkins|
|I. John Snider, II|
Muskegon County government serves the community interests of its citizens through the process of representation and proactive local government. The county delivers its many services with fiscal responsibility and appreciation of the community’s rich diversity while protecting its environmental resources and promoting the quality of life. Muskegon County government strives to maintain the highest standard of conduct, service, and collaboration in its county-wide leadership role.
Muskegon County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The County is the largest civil administrative unit of local government in Michigan. The general administrative powers are delegated to the Board of Commissioners. However, the State government has become the most important administrative agent of the State. Muskegon County is a member of The National Association of Counties and The Michigan Association of Counties.
The care and management of the property and business of the County is vested in the Board of Commissioners. The various administrative functions are carried out through standing committees of the Board, annually appointed by the Chairperson and confirmed by the Board.