Albion’s small size, demographics, with its shared health and educational systems make it interesting for intercultural learning.
One of the newest programs started in 2018 with Project Rising Tide. The program connects communities with technical assistance and expertise from the department’s agencies:
- Michigan Economic Development Corporation
- Michigan State Housing Development Authority
- Talent Investment Agency
Albion has been involved with social justice for over 100 years and is remembering its roots with the History Hill at Holland Park, a special African -American display upstairs at the Gardner House Museum, and the Albion Marshall Resilient Communities Project, there are many ways to learn and be involved.
Another way to be involved is to vote. Check out this page to see the basic districts on our voter ID card and some maps and links. It is our goal to keep this basic information all in one place. We’ll list them in the same order that we see on our voter ID card, and the most up-to-date information available, along with links to the official information.
Another way to engage is to join neighborhood groups such as NextDoor.com
This page will add more information on where and how to engage, but no specific information on issues, or elected officials.
Recently, Project Rising Tide Albion held a planning meeting to review and track the "Next Steps" for a number of ...Read More
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The City of Albion posts a Community Engagement Statement that is updated at least every 5 years and includes information ...Read More
The City of Albion is divided into 6 precincts. Residents of each precinct have their own City Council person representing ...Read More
The Election on August 7 includes an opportunity for Albion residents to increase funding for the Recreation Department and Senior ...Read More
Your organization has events to share with Albion. What is the best way to do this? Resources for writing a ...Read More
It was 48 years ago, another time, but not another place. The year was 1970, and Albion, Michigan is recognized on ...Read More
Albionites have invented quite a few different traditions and events. One of them is Walk for Warmth, where volunteers get ...Read More
Things are happening in Albion and sometimes it is good for neighbors to talk with each other. There are discussions ...Read More
This page shows our county commissioner and the map of District 7 for the county governance: https://www.calhouncountymi.gov/government/board_of_commissioners/ Interesting presentation that ...Read More
Link to map of representatives on the State of Michigan website: https://www.michigan.gov/documents/cgi/house10statewide_371473_7.pdf Find your representative: http://www.house.mi.gov/mhrpublic/ About the Michigan House ...Read More
Albion and all of Calhoun County are part of District 19. Source of this map: http://www.senate.michigan.gov/fysbyaddress.html The link above also ...Read More
Michigan's 3rd Congressional District Population (2010) 705,974 How to contact elected officials (including Michigan U.S. Senators) for Michigan's US Congressional ...Read More
Quick facts Calhoun County is a county in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2010 census, the population ...Read More
Albion Public School District was annexed into Marshall Public School District after an election on May 3, 2016. The actual ...Read More
Things are happening in Albion and people are noticing! There are a lot of events to be listed, and several ...Read More