SEMCOG Data Shows Modest Gains in Next 3 Decades


The latest data from SEMCOG shows population will grow a modest 8 percent and employment would rise 6 percent for southeast Michigan, which includes Monroe County, from 2015 through 2045.

Below are some resources to see more about the Regional Forecast recently released:

Monroe News Article, August 23 – Population & Employment Projections

Complete Regional Forecast

Our voice in SEMCOG has become stronger as Monroe Mayor Robert Clark serves as chairman of their general assembly. Commissioner Greg Moore and Drain Commissioner David Thompson also serve SEMCOG as delegates.