1. Assessing Office

    The Assessing Office operates under the requirements of the General Property Tax Act that was originally known as P.A. 206 of 1893.

  2. Building Department

    The Building Department provides plan review, permit issuance and inspections on all construction and site work within the city limits.

  3. Cartier Park Campground

    Also along the M-116 corridor to the North of Stearns Park Beach area is Cartier Park. Cartier Park Natural area and camping facility is situated on the Lincoln River. This 68 acre natural area is home to a one mile walking loop, the Cartier Park campground, Lincoln River access site and many acres of untouched natural forest area.

  4. Cemetery

    Lakeview Cemetery is owned and operated by the City of Ludington.

  5. City Clerk

    The Ludington City Clerk is an elected position that serves a 4-year term.

  6. City Manager

    The City Manager serves as Chief Administrative and Executive Officer of the City of Ludington.

  7. City Treasurer

    The City of Ludington Treasurer’s Office is responsible for the accounting and collection of all money due to the City including property taxes, water bills, special assessments, invoices and permits.

  8. Community Development

    The Community Development Department is responsible for research, application and administration of grant programs and projects.

  9. Fire Department

    The Ludington Fire Department is comprised of 21 on-call/part-paid Firefighters.

  10. Motor Pool

    Motor Pool performs skilled mechanical work in maintaining and repairing all of the City of Ludington's equipment.

  11. Municipal Marina

    Access details on the Ludington Municipal Marina.

  12. Parks

    Learn more about City of Ludington parks and beaches.

  13. Planning & Zoning

    View various plans, reports and applications from the Planning and Zoning Department.

  14. Police Department

    The Ludington Police Department is a full service Police Department serving approximately 8,400 permanent year-round residents.

  15. Public Works

    The Department of Public Works is responsible for maintenance work for the City of Ludington streets, alleys, parks and general City property.

  16. Recreation Department

    The City of Ludington Recreation Department offers a wide variety of recreational programming to serve the City of Ludington and surrounding area.

  17. Senior Citizen Center

    The Senior Citizen Center promotes "healthy aging" by providing an opportunity for the productive and satisfying use of leisure time.

  18. Utility Maintenance - Water & Sewer

    Learn more about the duties of the Water and Sewer Utility Maintenance Department.

  19. Wastewater Treatment Plant

    The Ludington Wastewater Treatment Plant was built in 1974 and 1975 and began operation in April 1975.

  20. Water Treatment Plant

    Find information on the Ludington Water Treatment Plant.