Departments J - Z

  1. Lansing Economic Development Corporation (LEDC)

    The Lansing Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) is a nonprofit organization established in 1976 for the purpose of attracting, expanding, and retaining business and industry in the City of Lansing.

  2. Lansing SAVE

    Lansing SAVE is a children's savings program for kindergartens in the Lansing School District brought to you by the City of Lansing, the Lansing School District, and Michigan State University Federal Credit Union. These accounts will help Lansing School District students start saving money for their future college or career training expenses.

  3. Mayor's Office

    We're proud to be Michigan's Capital City. Lawmakers from across the state gather here to work beneath the majestic dome of our historic State Capitol Building. And, we're proud to say that Lansing is one of the best places in the state to live, work, play, visit and invest.

  4. Office of Financial Empowerment

    The Office of Financial Empowerment is a branch of the City of Lansing's Mayor's office and is home to 2 exciting initiatives: Lansing Financial Empowerment Center and Lansing SAVE.

  5. Parking Services

    Parking Services maintains many convenient downtown parking lots and structures. Learn more about parking rates, programs, and payment options.

  6. Parks & Recreation

    The Parks and Recreation Department enhances the quality of life through the preservation and maintenance of park lands, the provision of quality leisure time activities, and the provision of special facilities which would otherwise not be available to the Lansing residents.

  7. Planning & Neighborhood Development

    The Planning and Neighborhood Development Department covers a wide range of responsibilities and is made up of several divisions, including the Planning Office, Building Safety, Development - Housing Assistance, Parking Services Office, and the Lansing Economic Development Corporation.

  8. Planning Office

    The Lansing Planning Office is committed to managing development through effective planning and zoning practices designed to enhance the quality of life in residential neighborhoods, create vibrant business districts, protect the environment and promote an atmosphere for industry to thrive.

  9. Police Department

    Learn more about the Lansing Police Department and how it serves the community.

  10. Public Service

    The Public Service Department is driven by the mission to provide the services and resources necessary to maintain a high quality of life in the City of Lansing, Michigan. The Public Service Department is divided into six operational divisions: Operations and Maintenance, Engineering, Wastewater Systems, Business, Permits and Technology, Property Management, and Fleet Services.

  11. Retirement Office

    The Retirement Office is a resource available to assist with retirement planning and answer inquiries regarding your benefits.

  12. Special Events Planning

    Find out what the steps are to host a special event at the City of Lansing.

  13. Treasury & Income Tax Office

    The Treasurers and Income Tax Office is responsible for property tax, income tax, employer withholding, false alarm system registration and invoice payments as well as other treasury related services.