The city hall is where the central government operations for the city of Potterville are located. The elected officials as well as most of the staff work out of city hall.
The Potterville City Charter defines the boundaries of the city, powers of the city, details regarding the council and elections , as well as other important aspects of the government.
Potterville is committed to the small town atmosphere amidst all the new development. Located just south of Michigan’s State Capital on I-69 in Eaton County, Potterville is continually growing and has families within the community who possess strong values, a superb Class C school district with approximately 900 students, 70 committed businesses, and a flair for fun and prosperity.