- Departments A through E
Departments A through E
54-A District Court
Find information about the 54-A District Court such as resources on the Civil Department, Criminal and Traffic Department, and Probation Department.
The City Assessor is responsible for keeping inventory and value of all assessable property within the City of Lansing yearly.
We serve as General Counsel to the City of Lansing. Under the Charter, the City Attorney is responsible to both the Mayor and the City Council, but at the end of the day the client is truly the City of Lansing.
The Lansing City Clerk's Office is responsible for administering all elections, business licenses, City documents including City Council Agendas, and accept U.S. passport applications.
The Lansing City Council is the legislative and policy-making body for the City government. It sets policies, approves budgets, determines tax rates, and adopts ordinances and resolutions to govern the City. The City Council also confirms citizen volunteers to a number of boards and advisory posts.
Economic Development & Planning
The Department of Economic Development and Planning covers a wide range of responsibilities and is made up of several divisions that help keep the City running.
The Lansing Office of the Emergency Management is housed in the Lansing Fire Department. We serve Lansing residents through emergency preparedness, hazard mitigation, disaster response, and disaster recovery.
3-1-1, One call to City Hall, provides citizens and businesses of Lansing a single point of contact for assistance to most city services.