BCBS Ad for homepage anchor 1100x125


The Michigan Association of Counties (MAC) is an alliance of Michigan counties working to enhance county government through advocacy, shared services and education.

Founded on Feb. 1, 1898, MAC is the only statewide organization dedicated to the representation of all county commissioners in Michigan. MAC is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advances education, communication and cooperation among county government officials in Michigan. MAC is the counties’ voice at the state and federal level, providing legislative support on key issues affecting counties.



Board member Klinefelt talks about her work with MAC

Sights from the 2017 Legislative Conference

2017  Gallery 3.jpg 2017 Gallery 1.jpg 2017 Gallery 10.jpg 2017 Gallery 11.jpg 2017 Gallery 12.jpg 2017 Gallery 13.jpg 2017 Gallery 14.jpg 2017 Gallery 15.jpg 2017 Gallery 16.jpg 2017 Gallery 2.jpg 2017 Gallery 4.jpg 2017 Gallery 5.jpg 2017 Gallery 6.jpg 2017 Gallery 7.jpg 2017 Gallery 8.jpg 2017 Gallery 9.jpg IMG_1476.JPG Reception sign enbridge 2017 LC.jpg Sarah Anthony 2017 LC.jpg Snyder-Bierlein 2017 LC.jpg Taub 2017 LC - newsletter.jpg



MAC’s Currie named Strategic Association Leader by Michigan Society of Association Executives

Stephan W. Currie, executive director of the Michigan Association of Counties, was honored Sept. 14 as the 2017 Strategic Association Leader by...

MAC urges commissioners to call senators on property tax amendment

MAC urges county commissioners to call their state senators this morning (Sept. 19) and ask them to support the Casperson amendment to Senate Bill...

General Fund trends have state in jam, Bosworth tells Bloomberg News

State leaders have put Michigan, county leaders and themselves in a difficult position after years of failing to invest resources in local...

Pension-OPEB report shows need for state to adopt tailored, long-term approach to complex liability issues

Michigan needs to tailor long-term solutions to the specific circumstances of local governments struggling to cover pension and OPEB liabilities...

Otsego's Borton returns from County Leadership Institute with focus on building consensus

Otsego County Board Chair Ken Borton, also MAC's second vice president, "graduated" in June from the County Leadership Institute (CLI) put on by...

Michigan Association of Counties
110 W. Michigan Ave., Suite 200
Lansing, Michigan 48933

(800) 258-1152
(517) 372-5374
(517) 482-4599 Fax