Village of Ontonagon


315 Quartz StreetOntonagonMichigan49953United States View Map


(906) 883-3648


The Village of Ontonagon, founded in 1843, is located at the mouth of the Ontonagon River, which is along the south shore of Lake Superior in the western portion of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The Village is the county seat and the only incorporated municipality in the county. Most of the Village residential and commercial development is established along the east side of the Ontonagon River with industrial development adjacent to the harbor. The Ontonagon River serves as a drainage basin fed by several streams and flows into Lake Superior. The river also provided an early port for the shipping of copper, lumber, and a fishing industry. The Village utilizes a Village Manager form of government and is governed by a seven-member council.

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