Listing of Current Employment Opportunities and Proposal Requests

The City of Boyne City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Openings...

The City of Boyne City is seeking qualified applicants for a team-oriented Police Officer who desires to make an impact in our community. Applicants must be proficient at written and verbal communication and have excellent problem solving skills. The selected applicant must be able to pass physical and psychological exams as well as an extensive background check.  Must be M.C.O.L.E.S Certified or Certifiable.  Competitive wage and benefit package available.

Boyne City, a community that is very supportive of the Police Department, is a growing, waterfront town with a population of approximately 3735. The Police Department offers excellent training opportunities and a desirable bike patrol program.  More information about Boyne City is available at  EOE.  Submit letter of interest and resume by 4:30pm on June 19, 2018 to: 
Chief Jeff Gaither
Boyne City Police Department
319 N Lake St.  *  Boyne City, MI 49712  (Email submissions will not be accepted)

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General applications and resumes are accepted at all times and are kept on file for 1 year.

Requests for Bids / Proposals

The City of Boyne City is seeking proposals/bids for the following item(s):

Cities of Boyne City, Charlevoix and East Jordan

The Cities of Boyne City, Charlevoix and East Jordan, located in Charlevoix County, are seeking bid proposals for assessing services.  The Cities will consider proposals from a Level II or higher Assessor to work on a contractual basis.  The bid package with full detail of services desired may be obtained at  If you have further questions, contact City Manager Mark Heydlauff at 231-547-3270 or  

Sealed proposals must be submitted by 10:00 a.m. on Monday, July 9, 2018 and should be delivered to Charlevoix City Clerk, 210 State Street, Charlevoix, Michigan 49720.

Bid / RFP / RFQ Disclaimer

Proposals are solicited only from responsible bidders known to be experienced and regularly engaged in work of similar character and scope to that covered in the Request for Proposals (RFP). Satisfactory evidence that the bidder has the necessary capital, equipment, personnel, experience, etc. to do the work may be required.

Bidders should contact City Hall prior to submitting a bid / proposal to ask if any addendums to have been issued to the specifications.  The City is not responsible for incomplete submissions.