Michigan Interlocal Agreement Report
The report below presents all interlocal agreements on file with the Michigan
Secretary of State as of October 27, 2020.
Interlocal agreements are formal documents that show a joint exercise of power,
privilege or authority between two or more government entities or public authorities,
such as service-sharing. In Michigan, interlocal agreements are allowed through the
Urban Cooperation Act of 1967, Extra Session, MCL 124.501.
Source: Michigan Secretary of State
Search tip: Some interlocal agreements do not have a county assigned even though, of course, they are located in a county.
So the county filter is useful for searching for agreemeents assigned counties (almost all) and is useful
for finding municipalities (almost all).