The City Clerk's Office provides a variety of services to
Midland citizens. The City Clerk clerks all meetings of the City Council and keeps a
permanent record of all Council meetings and proceedings, City ordinances, resolutions, and actions of the Council.
The office also maintains all documents and records pertaining to the City of Midland. If someone from the public is looking for a public
City record, the Clerk's Office would be the place to start.
The office also oversees all voting activities that take place
within the city of Midland, and the City's communications
Clerk's Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
(except designated holidays and election days)
City Clerk's Office
333 W. Ellsworth St.
Midland, MI 48640
Midland's Election Headquarters
I Registered to Vote? Find out if you are registered to vote in Michigan.
If you're NOT registered, you must do so 30 days prior to an
election. Click here to find out more.
Where's My Voting Precinct?
Check out where to vote on election day. For a dynamic online map of Midland's
polling locations, click on the
City's ward map/polling locations.
Bring Photo ID to Polls
Voters must bring a photo ID with them to the polls, or sign a form stating that they do not have one, per Michigan election law.
Unable to attend the polls on election day? Find
out if you're eligible to vote absentee.
Five Wards Find out in which Midland ward you live, and the name and contact information for your ward's
City Council member.
Ward 1 Precinct 6 Voters registered in Midland's Ward 1, Precinct 6 (1-6) are uniquely situated within
Midland, Bay County, and the boundaries of the Bay County School System. This results in two polling locations, depending on the election.
Click here to learn more.
Election Results Archives Find election results
dating back to 2004.
Voting Equipment for Disabled Persons Check out an easy way for those with disabilities to cast their
ballot on election day.
Click here for a video on how the equipment works.
Polling Location Changes
Find out if you're in one of several Midland polling locations that changed in mid-2013.
School Election Find out if you're registered to vote, where you can vote, and view a sample ballot.
Absentee Ballots Absentee ballot information regarding the Feb. 25 Special Election.
Midland Municipal Cemetery
3017 Orchard Dr., Midland, MI 48640 - 989-832-2807
Click here to find out the rules and regulations for everything from decorations on gravesites to types of markers allowed
at the cemetery. For specifics on
allowable grave decorations, click here.
Cemetery rule violations are civil infractions, which can result in fines of $50 to $500.
Rates: Click here for a printable document of
rates for the following
- deed transfers or duplicates
Funeral Planning: Click here for a Federal Trade Commission
Consumer's Guide to Funerals.
Cemetery Location: Click here to access a
to the Midland Cemetery.
Cemetery Brochure: Learn more about the Midland Cemetery with this helpful brochure.
The Clerk's Office oversees communications produced for the municipality. Click here to find out more.
City / County Clerk
Who do you call... Midland City Clerk or Midland County Clerk?
Find out here.
Council Meetings Find agendas, summaries, and minutes of Midland City Council
meetings (1998 - current year).
Online Using on-demand streaming video, view Council and
boards and commissions meetings dating from 2005.
Local Officers Compensation Commission This volunteer board determines the mayor's and Council members' salaries.
Frequently Asked Questions about the City Clerk's Office
Frequently Requested Forms