Kent County, Michigan. / 43.03°N 85.55°W / 43.03; -85.55. Kent County is located in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2020 Census, the county had a population of 657,974,  making it the fourth-most populous county in Michigan, and the largest outside of Metro Detroit. Its county seat is Grand Rapids. 
The County Clerk oversees all elections conducted in Kent County with respect to Michigan and Federal election law. Facilities Management Facilities management provides technical and managerial support for Kent County buildings and properties. They are also involved in the sale and purchase of County property and real estate. Fiscal Services
KENT COUNTY IS AAA Long-term credit ratings in 2020, marking the 22 nd consecutive year of this distinction. - Standard & Poors Global and Moody’s Investor Services 1 st Ranked 1st metro area to raise a family out of 100 largest metros. - Forbes 3 rd Ranked 3rd in 2016, Leading Locations Report. - Area Development Magazine 2 nd
Safe Sleep Resources by County Environmental Health The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services' (MDHHS) Division of Environmental Health (DEH) uses the best available science to reduce, eliminate, or prevent harm from environmental, chemical, and physical hazards.
Jun 24, 2022 · Kent County, Michigan Kent County was originally set off from Mackinac County in 1831. It takes its name from James Kent, a New York jurist and legal scholar who represented Michigan Territory during the Toledo Strip dispute. The county seat is Grand Rapids, originally known as the Village of Kent, which is the largest city in West Michigan.
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