The Charter for the City of Midland was submitted to the City Council by the Charter Committee on August 22, 1940, and was adopted by election on November 5, 1940. Since that adoption, several amendments have been made to the Charter giving us the present Charter for the City of Midland.
The City of Midland is provides a wide array of services for its citizens and visitors, creating a safe, healthy, productive environment.
Midland boasts 31 neighborhood parks, 4 specialty parks, 4 community parks, 1 metropolitan park and 1 regional park totaling 1,172 acres of leisure fun as well as the 23,000 square foot Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center. The Parks and Recreation Division assists in hosting numerous local, regional and national sporting and cultural events each year.
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