Board Minutes and Reports

The Oceana County Council on Aging became a non-profit organization in the county on October 20, 1971. Initially funding was provided through Federal Grant money from the Older Americans Act. As the organization grew throughout the years, the funding sources also needed to grow. In 1993 financial support through a county millage provided needed funding for more services and programs to allow the seniors to remain independent and in their own homes for as long as possible.

Of course, people of Oceana County want to know how tax payer's money is being spent and how decisions are being made. That's why all our Board Meetings are open to the public. Additionally, you can download all the Board Minutes and Annual Reports on this page. If you have further questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Annual Reports

Are you interested in our programs and services, statistics, and want to know how we spend our money? Find all the information in our annual report.