Building Authority

The Oakland County Building Authority was established to finance the construction of local projects through the issuance of limited tax general obligation bonds by the building authority. Consistent with P.A. 31 of 1948, the Building Authority may also build, acquire, furnish, equip, own, improve, enlarge, lease, operate and maintain County facilities where a legitimate public purpose of the County is served.

The Building Authority meets every second Wednesday of the month at 9 AM in the Facilities Conference Room of the Public Works Building (One Public Works Drive) in Waterford Township. Its Board consists of five (5) members, including three (3) members appointed by the Board of Commissioners, plus the County Executive or a Designee, plus the County Treasurer or a Designee.

Building Authority's Articles of Incorporation
Building Authority By-Laws