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List of county subdivisions in Michigan

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List of county subdivisions in Michigan

The 83 counties of the U.S. state of Michigan are divided into the 1,529 county subdivisions listed below. Of these, 1242 are townships and 283 are incorporated places such as cities or villages. These distinctions are based on United States Census Bureau terminology. The demographic statistics for each county are subdivided into constituent parts. Several cities appear on the list twice because the city incorporates land in more than one county (this explains why there are 1529 items on the list while 1242 + 283 = 1525 discrete entities). Also note that this Census Bureau use of the term county subdivision is distinct from the Bureau's use of the term Minor Civil Division (MCD). An MCD is an organized form of government, in Michigan corresponding to townships. All MCDs are also county subdivisions, but not all county subdivisions are MCDs.

The information in this list is drawn from the 2000 Census.

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  • See also 26
  • External links and sources 27

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External links and sources

  • Census 2000 Gazetteer
  • County Subdivisions PDF of Chapter 8 of the Census Bureau publication Geographic Areas Reference Manual
  • Township Government in Michigan
  • Townships and Cities arranged by County
  • Local Government links from Michigan.gov
  • National Association of Towns and Townships
  • The Michigan Townships Association
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