Government

  1. Agendas & Minutes

    Access easily searchable meeting agendas and minutes for various boards, commissions, and committees.

  2. Boards & Commissions

    View meeting times and read agendas and minutes from our local boards and commissions.

  3. Departments

    Browse City Departments for specific information.

  4. Mayor & City Council

    The Ypsilanti City Council is comprised of a Mayor, who is elected by voters in the city at-large, and 6 Council Members elected from the City's 3 voting wards.

  5. Public & Legal Notices

    Ordinances that are required by law to be published in the newspaper are also printed in the Washtenaw Legal News.

  6. Ypsilanti History

    Read the brief history of Ypsilanti.

Ypsi City Hall
The City of Ypsilanti
The City of Ypsilanti (ip-s'-ln-t) was incorporated as a village in 1832 and as a city in 1858.  The incorporated area of the city is 4.3 square miles.  As of the 2010 US Census, the City of Ypsilanti's population is 19,435.

Life in Ypsilanti
The city’s downtown has recently developed loft apartments along Michigan Avenue, several new restaurants, and a new public library. Ypsilanti is also home to Eastern Michigan University, and is in close proximity to The University of Michigan, and two major hospitals. Residents and visitors enjoy such annual events as The Ypsilanti Heritage Festival, The Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival, The Orphan Car Show, and Elvisfest.