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Meetings of Livingston County governmental bodies including committees, are open to the public except for discussion of property purchases or personnel matters. 

Regular meetings permit time-limited comments from citizens during audience participation.


Meeting Schedules, Agendas, and Minutes

are generally available via the governing body web site, along with instructions for participating virtually (Zoom) and viewing recorded meetings when available.

Livingston County Meetings
Board of Commissioners and Committees


Liv.Co. Municipality Websites
Cities, Townships and Villages


LWV-LC Observer Corp

Our League now has volunteers observing: the Livingston County Commissioners, Brighton and Pinckney schools, and Genoa Township board meetings. Observers note compliance with Open Meeting Act requirements and action on items of significance to LWV, which are published in our monthly e-newsletter. LWV Observers do not participate in meetings or address issues.
Those who frequently attend local government meetings already, either in-person or watching the online recordings, are invited consider doing so as a LWV-LC volunteer.  Membership and training are required. Reach out to 
observercorp@lwvlivingstonco.org and we’ll provide you with all the important information necessary to get you started.  to


LWV-LC Recorded Livingston County Specific Programs :

What Does The LWV do in Livingston County?

The LWV assists eligible persons to register to vote, providing information and supporting Register To Vote events.

We provide voters with non-partisan information on candidate positions and issues.

We educate our members and the public on important topics. Recent forums topics  have included  Rank-Choice Voting,  the Census,  Redistricting, PFAS Contamination,  and Line 5.

LWV members observe and report on government meetings and polling locations to ensure  transparency in our government.


The LWV advocates for national and state level policies which support voter rights.

Read more...


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Democracy is not a spectator sport.


The League offers opportunities to learn about and  be involved with issues important to our democracy,  and to connect with  others who may disagree politically (we need diverse perspectives)  but  value the democratic process.  

Our name honors the women who founded the League in 1919 at the advent of women's suffrage, but we welcome ALL people aged 16 and older to join us. 

It is important work.  We could do more with your help.  Learn more...

Learn More About the League of Women Voters from our State and National Web Sites:
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Check  your voter registration.
Find your polling place.
See what's on your ballot.
Read candidate responses to community questions.

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Email: president@lwvlivingstonco.org

Phone 810-354-5012

LWV of Livingston County

P. O. Box 362

Howell, MI 48844