211 W. Main St.
PO Box 368
Stanton, MI 48888
The county board of commissioners is the chief policy-making and legislative body of the county government but is also involved in some administrative activities. As such, it serves as the "gatekeeper" of many county activities. The board also serves in an oversight function-inquiring into the affairs of county agencies, assessing their performance, and through the adoption of resolutions, providing new policy direction or assistance in solving problems.
The county board of commissioners sets the county tax rate, within its own rate limitations; approves grant applications, and receives grant money; sets many fees collected by county departments; receives state and federal revenue sharing money, and borrows money for several purposes.
2022 Board of Commissioners Meetings
Montcalm County Meeting Notices
Board Agenda Request Form
Act 156 of 1851