1. Ambulance Department

    The service provides 24 hour Advanced Life Support service to the citizens of Portland, as well as the townships of Portland, Danby, Lyons, Westphalia, and parts of Eagle, Sebewa, and Orange townships.

  2. Cemetery

    While the original entrance has the dates1837 – 1913 above it, burials were recorded in the early 1800s. There were some members of the Newman and Bower families buried in 1818 and 1819. It is not known if the cemetery was a family cemetery before it became the city cemetery.

  3. City Clerk

  4. City Treasurer & Finance Officer

    The City Treasurer and Finance Officer oversees all of the funds that pass through the City daily. The Treasurer and Finance Officer is responsible for the collection of property taxes, income taxes, utility payments, vendor and payroll disbursements, investments, budget, and maintaining appropriate accounting and financial records.

  5. City Manager

    The City Manager is the Chief Administrative Officer of the City and oversees the daily operations and affairs of the City.

  6. Department of Public Works

    Learn all about the Portland, Michigan Public Works Department.

  7. Income Tax Office

    Learn all about income taxes for businesses and residents.

  8. Electric Department

    The Electric Department was established in 1896 to provide electricity to the Village of Portland.

  9. Parks & Recreation

  10. Police Department

    View contact information for the City of Portland Police Department.

  11. Wastewater Department

    The purposed of the Wastewater Department is to protect the public and environment from the harmful effects of raw sewage generated by those living and working in the City of Portland.