City of
Belleville Michigan
Quality Living Since 1905


6 Main Street
Belleville, MI 48111
   Ph:   734.697.9323
   Fax: 734.697.6837



Belleville was established in 1905, a lakeside village at the Western edge of Wayne County. Today, the City of Belleville is still a serene community, located strategically at the edge of one of Michigan's vibrant metropolitan areas.

Located only a few miles from several main highways, including 1-94,1-275 and US-23, and just minutes from Metro Airport and Ann Arbor, Belleville has much to offer anyone seeking opportunity and a superior quality of life.

Well-groomed residential neighborhoods blend grand turn-of-the-century homes and tasteful new dwellings. Children and adults enjoy the inviting parks and open spaces about the City. 

Belleville Lake provides water sports in summer, ice sports in winter, and the backdrop for spectacular sunsets all year round.

The heart and soul of any community is a bustling Downtown. The Downtown Business District is alive, filled with diverse restaurants, unique shops and service enterprises.   

he community enthusiastically supports and patronizes the shopping district and its merchants. Civic pride bursts throughout the year with popular events like the National Strawberry Festival, the Taste of Belleville, a free Music Lakeside summer concert series, the annual Booville celebration, Winter Fest and special holiday celebrations.

Belleville is unique in its ability to encourage and invite development without compromising the local quality of life. Well-planned commecial and industrial sites are available for both new ventures and expansion of established projects.

Belleville is indeed a unique community offering unique opportunities. Come visit us.




The elected leadership of the City of Belleville includes the Mayor and City Council.  The Mayor is directly elected by the voters of the city and presides over each City Council meeting and is responsible for making membership appointments to the city's various boards and commissions.  He is also a voting member of the council. 

The City Council includes not only the Mayor, but also the Mayor Pro Tem and three council members. The primary duties of the Mayor Pro Tem include presiding over meetings and ceremonial events in the absence of the Mayor. 

The City of Belleville operates on an administrative process very similar to most other Michigan cities with the council-manager form of government. This is the most common form of municipal governance practiced in Michigan.  The Mayor and City Council set policy and give direction to the City Manager, who in turn manages the city staff.

City of Belleville Michigan