In May 2011, Governor Snyder signed into law the Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP) which set specific requirements for local governments to qualify to receive future statutory revenue sharing funds. A key requirement of the EVIP is for cities to make readily available to the public "a performance dashboard of their local finances, including recognition of the unfunded liabilities."

The City of Bangor's Dashboard is an interactive performance measurement application that monitors performance trends in the four key areas: Fiscal Stability, Economy, Quality of Life, and Public Safety.
Downtown Bangor Michigan and City Hall