All Commission meetings are open to the public with an opportunity for public comment at each meeting. Unless noted as virtual, Full Board and Committee meetings are held at least once a month at 3:00 p.m. in the Board Room on the 9th floor of the County Administration Building. Upcoming meeting dates and times and virtual login information can be found online at macombBOC.com or verified by contacting the office at (586) 469-5125.
Responsibilities include oversight of matters relating to: budget, quarterly reports and annual budget review process; Retirement Commission; Finance (including Equalization and Risk Management); purchasing policies and procedures (Charter Section 8.10); hiring an independent certified public accountant to conduct annual independent audits as required by law and to conduct other audits as determined necessary, subject to the appropriations in the County’s annual budget for such purpose (Charter Section 8.3).
Responsibilities include oversight of matters relating to: codification of ordinances; preservation and indexing of resolutions (Charter Section 4.7); Board of Commissioners Rules; office operations; independent counsel; legislative activities; Boards and Commissions appointments; Ethics Board; Corporation Counsel; Executive Office; Human Resources and Labor Relations; Treasurer’s Office.
Responsibilities include oversight of matters relating to: Animal Control; Community Mental Health; Department of Human Services; Health and Community Services (including Health Department, Macomb Community Action, MSU Extension and Medical Examiner); Martha T. Berry Medical Care Facility; Veteran Services.
Responsibilities include oversight of appropriate matters relating to: Facilities and Operations, Information Technology, Capital Improvement Plan.
Responsibilities include oversight of appropriate matters relating to: regional affairs; Michigan/St. Clair Employment Training Agency (Michigan Works); Parks and Recreation; Planning and Economic Development; Public Works; Roads.
Responsibilities include oversight of appropriate matters relating to: Clerk/ Register of Deeds; Community Corrections; Courts including Circuit, District and Probate; Emergency Management; Friend of the Court; Juvenile Justice Center; Prosecutor’s Office; Sheriff’s Office.
Advisory committee to the Macomb County Board of Commissioners comprised of older adults designated to serve by commissioners and representing each Commission district as well as including up to four at-large-members. The committee meets on a regular basis and its purpose is to learn and inquire about challenges, trends, concerns and opportunities affecting older adults in the County and to communicate with the Commissioners what is learned.