The Assessing Department is responsible for the appraisal and assessment of real and personal property within the City for the equitable distribution of the property tax burden.
Brooks Field Airport
Brooks Field is a non-towered airfield owned and operated by the City of Marshall.
Building and Trade Permits
The Department of Building Safety enforces the Michigan Building Codes as adopted by the State of Michigan as they pertain to all construction and alterations projects within the City.
The Clerk’s office participates in almost every aspect of communications for and by the City.
The City Manager is the chief administrative officer of the City.
Located at the intersection of I-94 and I-69, Marshall is a small town with a rich history, and boasts numerous advantages for your new or expanding business.
The City of Marshall Power Plant is located on the Kalamazoo River in Marshall, Michigan.
The Engineering department's core function of the department is to provide engineering and technical services to support the programs and activities to all city departments.
Finance / Treasurer
The Finance Department provides a wide range of services and is responsible for managing the administration of the financial affairs of the City.
The mission of the Marshall Fire Department is to minimize the loss of life and property resulting from fires, medical emergencies, environmental and other disasters natural or manmade.
The City Manager is responsible for the recruitment and hiring of all City of Marshall employees.
The City of Marshall is fortunate to have 7 designated park properties and a number of open spaces encompassing approximately 233 acres available to the public to enjoy.
Planning & Zoning
The Department of Planning & Zoning is usually the first stop for new developments within the City of Marshall.
The Marshall Police Department is responsible for the protection, safety, and well-being of all citizens and visitors within the City of Marshall.
The City of Marshall Department of Public Works is responsible for the maintenance and repair of streets, sidewalks, sewers, and public parks.
The City of Marshall's Purchasing Agent works with all City departments to procure quality supplies, services, and equipment in a fair, equitable, and cost effective manner.
Find sports and other activities for the whole family.
The City of Marshall owns and operates the Robert J. Swalwell Wastewater Treatment Facility at 801 Industrial Road.
The water department has two separate operations; one being water production and the other water distribution.