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Government, Community & Area Information

Welcome to the City of St. Ignace and our municipal website where we offer important information regarding our city government, community and information about our area.  Residents and visitors can access board minutes, opportunities for new businesses, downtown development plans, our goals, emergency numbers, and contact information, just to name a few.

Welcome to the City of St. Ignace, St. Ignace, Saint Ignace, St. Ignace MI, Upper Michigan's St. Ignace
Our city leaders are committed to enhancing, developing, preserving, and providing an optimum place to live, create a business and visit.  We invite you to review the goals and learn of our aspirations for our great city along the bay.

St. Ignace Michigan City Goals and Mission

City of St Ignace Michigan - Municipal Government Offices - City Manager, City Clerk, City Council, Treasurer, Building Inspector, Public Works, and more.

Gateway to Michigan's Upper Peninsula
The City of St. Ignace is located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, St. Ignace is at the northern end of the Mackinac Bridge and Mackinaw City is to its south. It is a connecting node between the Lower and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  As of the 2010 census, the city population was 2,452. It is the county seat of Mackinac County. From the Lower Peninsula, St. Ignace is the gateway to the Upper Peninsula. 

Municipal Offices
Shown to your left is the front entrance to our Municipal Building located at 396 N. State Street, downtown St. Ignace, Michigan.  Various City Departments, City Clerk, Water Department, the St. Ignace Police Department and the St. Ignace Fire Department are located here.

St. Ignace Michigan Along the Bay - Ferry Services to Mackinac Island, Lighthouses, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Memorials, Castle Rock St. Ignace History
Our history dates back more than 300 yrs and is rich with Native American, Europeans, French, and American history. It is the third oldest continuously inhabited city in the U.S. and has thrived because of its rich soil and waterways. Jacques Marquette was a priest and French explorer that established a mission in St. Ignace in 1671. The city was named after St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit religion. The Jesuits left in 1705 and the English then took over. After the American Revolutionary War ended, St. Ignace became an official part of the United States of America.
We invite you to learn more about our St. Ignace Michigan area history.

St. Ignace Activities and Events
Our area offers pristine beaches, boating, water-filled activities, golfing, shopping, fishing, skiing, history, entertainment, Little Bear East Arena and more!  Take part in our many events such as the Historic Walking Tours, St. Ignace Car Show Weekend, Downtown Wine and Beer Tastings, Trolley Rides, Bayside Live FREE Waterfront Entertainment, Saturday Night Fireworks (July through Labor Day Weekend), Labatt Blue UP Pond Hockey Championship, Rendezvous at the Straits Powwow, Jeep the Mac, Snowmobile the Mac, Trek the Mighty Mac, Richard Crane Memorial Truck Show, Antique Tractor Parade & Show, St. Ignace Fish Feast, fireworks cruises, ferry rides to Mackinac Island, and much more!  Please Visit the St. Ignace Visitors Bureau or St. Ignace Chamber of Commerce in our Area Links sidebar option for more information. 

When planning your vacation or stay-cation in our area, please visit the St. Ignace Chamber of Commerce Events Calendar to check on dates, times and any cancellations. We offer an endless amount of business opportunities along with it being a vacation wonderland.

Mackinac Bridge
The Mackinac Bridge is the 3rd longest suspension bridge in the world.  It spans an entire length of 5 miles. The two main towers rise 552 ft above the water.  The bridge opened on November 1, 1957.  Visitors and residence are invited to take part in the Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk in September.  Please check calendar for dates.

Photo Gallery
Gallery photos include: annual car shows, our golf course, the St. Ignace Municipal Marina, the Mackinac Bridge,  Little Bear Arena, events, fishing, lighthouses, Castle Rock, St. Anthony's Rock, Museum of Ojibwa Culture, and more.
Visit the St. Ignace Photo Gallery for great area pictures of our activities, attractions and events.

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City of St. Ignace
396 N. State Street
St. Ignace, MI 49781-1487

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