Do You Know Macomb?

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Our Mission is to bring people together to positively transform Macomb County, by strengthening its communities, economy and natural resources.

Our Goals

Serve

...as the premier business and community leadership organization for Macomb County.

Grow

...a community investment fund for Macomb County assets that enhance community, economic, and natural resource development.

Provide

...a unified voice to enhance the promotion of Macomb’s assets.

About
Macomb County

With more than 860,000 residents, Macomb County is the third most populous county in Michigan. The county has a strong connection to the outdoors being home to more than 130 parks covering 12,000 acres. The four major public parks -- Freedom Hill County Park, Macomb Orchard Trail, Lake St. Clair Metropark and Stoney Creek Metropark each celebrate unique natural assets of our local communities.

Heralded for its natural resources, Macomb County is home to proud residents known for their strong work ethic, a business-friendly environment, excellent schools from Pre-K through Community College, a talented workforce and affordable housing. The strong industrial base (engineering, research and development, and advanced manufacturing), community variety and growing cultural diversity have been and continue to attract residents and businesses.

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Help the cause!

You may be wondering just how you can help Macomb create an enriching environment to live, learn, recreate, innovate, and conduct business. If we work together we can truly become the unified voice of Macomb County. Whether you reside in Macomb, or own a business in the county, we can partner to keep investment and growth strong.

Latest News

Advancing Macomb Awarded GM Grant for New Soccer Program

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Advancing Macomb will continue to make an impact in Mount Clemens thanks to a grant opportunity from General Motors.

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Summer Soiree 2019

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Our board, trustees and guests celebrated the summer and the work of Advancing Macomb at our annual Summer Soiree.

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Ribbon Cutting for Accessible Kayak Launch in Mount Clemens

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The goal of the launch is to make the river accessible to all skill levels and to those with disabilities. The launch features an extendable bench seat to assist in getting in and out of your kayak and a floating platform with rollers that makes entering and exiting the water a breeze.

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Call for Volunteers

Are you looking to have fun and get the inside scoop on new developments in Mount Clemens? Sign up as a volunteer! There are a number of opportunities in existing and new programs and events. Our volunteer team is headed up by our Mount Clemens Task force which includes local residents representing Oakland University, DTE, Henry Ford Macomb, and the City of Mount Clemens. Sign up to get more information on upcoming volunteer opportunities.