News & Notices
Today, April 1st, is Census Day!
This Census Day, we want you to take a census break! It’s like a coffee break – except instead of having coffee, you fill out the census. And, just like a coffee break, it takes only 10 minutes. Of course, if you want to have coffee while you’re filling out the census, that’s totally fine, too.
The 2020 census has only nine basic questions, so it shouldn’t take you more than 10 minutes to complete. But those 10 minutes are a golden opportunity to shape the future of your community. So, for 10 years of benefits for all of Michigan’s communities … please remember to take a 10-minute census break today!
After you finish your 2020 Census form, share your experience with others on social media by using #CountMeIn and #BeCounted. Don't forget to follow us on social media @micensus.
The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring!
Want to help ensure a complete count for Michigan? The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for thousands of Michiganders to apply for census jobs, both full and part time positions, including nights and weekends. Go to https://2020census.gov/en/jobs to apply now!
Field Operations Postponed Until April 15th
In support of guidance on what we can all do to help slow the spread of coronavirus, 2020 Census field operations will be suspended for an additional two weeks until April 15, 2020. The Census Bureau is taking this step to help protect the health and safety of the American public, Census Bureau employees, and everyone going through the hiring process for temporary census taker positions.
During this pause in field operations, the Census Bureau will continue to evaluate all 2020 Census operations. Should any additional adjustments need to be made, the Census Bureau will communicate these changes broadly and promptly.read more >>
Group quarters enumeration (for colleges, group homes, nursing homes, halfway homes, and prisons) has also been suspended until a later date.
For the latest information on operational updates, visit https://2020census.gov/en/news-events/operational-adjustments-covid-19.html.
Reconvened Meeting of The Board of Commissioners
Reconvened Meeting April 1, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.read more >>
CHEBOYGAN COUNTY PRESS RELEASE
CHEBOYGAN COUNTY PRESS RELEASE
LIMITED PUBLIC ACCESS TO CHEBOYGAN COUNTY BUILDINGS
PLEASE READ FULL PRESS RELEASE BY SELECTING LINK
- Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed Bids for the construction of the Cheboygan County Marina Fuel System and Service Dock Replacement, Project will be received, by the County of Cheboygan, by mail, delivery service or appointment at the Cheboygan County Office Building, 870 South Main Street, Cheboygan, MI 49721, until 2:30 PM local time on Friday, April 17th, 2020 at which time the Bids received will be opened and read.
For bid information select link belowread more >>
The 2020 Census will count everyone who lives in the United States as of April 1, 2020 (Census Day). Census statistics are used to determine the number of seats each state holds in the U.S. House of Representatives and informs how billions of dollars in federal funds will be allocated by state, local and federal lawmakers annually for the next 10 years.
For key 2020 Census dates click the link below or visit the Census Bureau’s 2020 Census website. https://2020census.gov/enread more >>
Finance Director Position
Cheboygan County, MI is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Finance Director. The Financeread more >>
Director is responsible for the integrity and accuracy of the financial accounting system used by the
Financial Transparency- County Incentive Program Documentation
Cheboygan County receives a portion of its revenue from the State of Michigan to provide services to the public through the State of Michigan’s County Incentive Program. The County is also required to submit an annual report to the State identifying the County's pension obligation costs. The following link provides information concerning Cheboygan County’s financial documents as required by the programs.read more >>
County of Cheboygan Annual Financial Report
To view the County of Cheboygan Annual Financial Report for 2018.read more >>
Seasonal Marina Slips Available
Cheboygan County Marina- Slips available for the 2020 Boating Season. Please call 231-627-8855 for more informationread more >>
2020 Adopted Budget
The Board of Commissioners adopted the Cheboygan County 2020 Annual Budget at the December 10th, 2019 Commissioner Meeting. To access the complete budget document please click the following link.read more >>
- Cheboygan County Election Results
Introducing: Up North Trails
A true trails destination….over 5,300 miles of trails await you in Northern Michigan! Whether you are a hiker, bicyclist, skier, horseback rider, ORVer, or snowmobiler, thousands of miles of trails await discovery Up North. Our vast network of trails is just a click away. Discover trails that suit your needs, read about the trail systems, view photos, and click on trail segments to find out even more. Don’t forget to light up Points of Interest and Nearby Trails to discover amazing things to see and do around your chosen trail!read more >>
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Welcome to Cheboygan County
We hope you enjoy our new website and the variety of new features it offers. Finding information you need has never been easier thanks to our innovative new layout and design. In coming months, we will expand and enable more access to information about county departments, programs, functions and services.
Explore, enjoy, stay tuned in and watch us grow!
Cheboygan County, “Michigan’s Shoreline County” Containing miles of beautiful shores along the Straits of Mackinac, Lake Huron; The Inland Waterway, Burt Lake, Mullet Lake, Black Lake, Douglas Lake and dozens of additional inland lakes. Cheboygan County is a great place to live and work, containing some of Michigan’s most visited tourist destinations and recreational assets as well as home to agricultural, health care, paper products, marine contracting, steel fabrication and hundreds of additional small businesses available to serve you.
Cheboygan County was organized in 1853 with the first Courthouse being located at Duncan City, comprised of two townships. In 1860, the Board of Supervisors, then eight members, moved the County seat to Inverness Township. In 1868, the new Courthouse was constructed; the building still stands and is known as the Fifth Ward Hose House. In 1894, a new Courthouse was built at a cost of $30,000 located at the corner of Main and Court Streets. This building was razed in 1970. The present County Building was erected in 1968 at a cost of $985,000. In January 1980, the north-end addition to the County Building with 17,300 square feet was ready for occupancy. This addition housed the Cheboygan County Family Independence Agency until the fall of 1997. During 1998 this space was converted into a Phase I expansion for the County Jail, creating a 34-bed dormitory style lockup; four holding cells and administrative offices for all departments under the County Sheriff. During early 1999, the former County Jail was converted into additional jail cells for female inmates which was Phase II in the process.
In 1983, Cheboygan County was apportioned into eleven Commissioner Districts, having been reduced from fifteen in the 1980 reapportionment process. Cheboygan County currently consists of seven Commissioner Districts, having been reduced from eleven to nine in the 1990 reapportionment process and from nine in the 2000 reapportionment process. The County has nineteen Townships, two Villages, Mackinaw and Wolverine, and the City of Cheboygan.