Bay County, Michigan
Bay County was created in 1857 from territory that today constitutes Arenac County and parts of Midland and Saginaw counties. Bay County is located on the east side of Michigan's lower peninsula, on the shores of the Saginaw Bay.
Bay County is home of around 106,000 people with 443 square miles of land and 30 miles of water shoreline.
Bay County has cities, villages, and township (general and charter) forms of government including:
Bay City (county seat)
Mount Forest Township