Our MissionTo protect and serve the citizens of Cass County by implementing and facilitating good sound business practices while trying to develop economical growth in our county.
Our HistoryCass County was named in honor of General Lewis Cass of Michigan (governor of Michigan Territory through 1831), who was instrumental in the making of treaties with the Native Americans of the region. These treaties opened up the land in this area to white settlers. Cass County itself was formed by an act of the state legislature on December 18, 1828.
Operating HoursMonday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cass County, NEWS ALERT
We have entered a time where we do not have history to go on to make decisions. This is a time where tough decisions have to be made. With that being said the Cass County Commissioners are passing a resolution of emergency for the county. Resolution 20-06. This emergency will be reviewed every 7 days until lifted. This is an evolving situation.
The county will immediately be going to an orange warning level.
Orange is the intermediate level-Travel should be for work and emergencies only. Travel should be from work, humanitarian needs (ex. food) and emergency travel. Public events and schools should be closed, business and factories should be evaluating if they can close.
All County offices will be closed to the public until further notice with the exception of the courts. Admission to the court system will be for Defendants and legal representatives only. All defendants are to appear as ordered. County employees will still be at work to answer phone calls and conduct business by phone. Please check for online ways to conduct business as well.
CDC Guidelines and Governors resolution-20-04 shall be followed.
COVID-19 Ordinances & Resolutions
- ORDINANCE 20-06 | Declaring a Public Health Emergency
- ORDINANCE 20-07 | Face Mask Requirements for Food Establishment Employees