Notices & Announcements

The latest notification and announcements are posted below. Details such as RFP, job openings, bid requests, calendar of events, and the latest news.

In Person & Live Viewing: Board of Commissioners Meeting

The monthly Board of Commissioners Meetings are held in-person & via the Presque Isle County YouTube channel. Next upcoming meetings will be held September 29, 2023 at 9:30 am & October 12, 2023 at 7:00 pm.

2023 Agenda & Minutes of the Board

BOC Meeting Channel Link

Accepting Sealed Bid Requests

Accepting SEALED bids for the following surplus items:

#1 – 2009 Dodge Caravan
#2 – 2014 Chevy Malibu

Sealed bids should be labeled with the item number and turned into the County Clerk’s office no later than 4 p.m. on September 26, 2023. Opening of bids may occur at the board meeting of September 29, 2023, at 9:30 a.m.

Seal Bid Details

2023 Board & Committee Appointments

The County of Presque Isle has various county appointments available or appointed during calendar year 2023. If you are interested in an appointment, please click the link below and submit a short letter outlining your background and qualifications to the Presque Isle County Clerk, P.O. Box 110, Rogers City, Michigan 49779. Your letter of interest will be kept on file for one year.

Areas of Interest

PI Conservation District

The Hunting Access Program is now available in Northern Michigan. It is a way for private landowners to treat their parcel as if it were public hunting land while being paid to do so. The program is flexible - allowing a high potential reimbursement depending on the quality of your habitat.

PI County Conservation District

Residential E-Waste Collection Day

Tuesday, September 26, 2023, from 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm at the Rogers City Transfer Station (503 W Park Dr, Rogers City, MI) OPEN TO ALL PRESQUE ISLE COUNTY RESIDENTS!

What Can Be Recycled?

Presque Isle County Recycling Guide

Have you ever wondered what to recycle and how to sort the items out? The recycling guide will help you discover how you can recycle more effectively.

Recycle Center

Residential E-Waste Collection Day

Tuesday, September 26, 2023
From 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Rogers City Transfer Station (503 W Park Dr, Rogers City, MI)

Land Record Search

Search the county’s land records back to January 1, 1983, at your convenience by visiting the portal powered by Kofile Technologies to search for land records.

Land Record Search


Clerks Office is where you will find information on CCW, Marriage License, Birth and Death Certificates, filing vital record documents, marriage ceremonies just to name a few...

Clerks Office


Assure that all the local units of government in the county are assessed fairly and equitably. All property is assessed equitably according to market value.

Equalization Office

Register of Deeds

We record all legible documents that are prepared accurately. Copies of recordings are available once the documents are certified with payment.

Register of Deeds


The Treasurer are the custodian of all county funds and the collector of taxes. Other income is received from state and federal grants, interest income and various service and license fees.

treasurer Office

Veteran Affairs

Assists all veterans, widows, and dependents that need information for filing the proper forms with the Veterans Administration.

Veteran Affairs

Miles of Shoreline


2020 Population


Historical Markers




Public Interests

Requesting Residents Feedback From Storm Damage To Primary Residence

Following a disaster, it is important for the County & State to understand where damage has occurred.

We are asking our residents for their feedback through a quick survey, which allows us to gather data (with your help), analyze it, ask questions, get answers and make decisions.

This is strictly voluntary but your input/data is very important to us.

If your primary residence was affected by the recent storm,
please complete the self-assessment tool by clicking this link.

CodeRED Emergency Alerts Sign up

CodeRED is the FREE community notification system available to Presque Isle County residents that will send you alerts concerning emergency information that may impact your area via phone calls, text messages, emails, and social media.

Presque Isle County public safety officials encourage you to actively participate in emergency preparedness by remaining informed.

CodeRED weather warning taps into the National Weather Service’s Storm Based Warnings to automatically alert affected residents in the path of severe weather just moments after the warning have been issued. Click here to find out more information.

Department of Agriculture and Rural Development

Emergency Management Services

The Office of Emergency Management is charged with the development and continuous maintenance of a Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan to serve the people and property of Presque Isle County.

Our primary missions include prevention, preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation.

For emergency management to be effective, plans and contingencies at all levels must be thought-out, well-established and practiced.

Successful emergency management must be collaborative, coordinated, comprehensive, flexible, integrated, professional, progressive and risk-driven.