The 56-year-old Republican will take the oath of office at noon Thursday on the Capitol steps in Lansing.
He's expected to look back at first-term successes and to future goals while encouraging residents and policymakers to have a positive outlook about Michigan's future.
A major challenge early in his second term will be persuading the public to support a sales tax hike on the May ballot to increase road funding.
Snyder and Lt. Gov. Brian Calley will greet residents after the swearing-in ceremony and later attend an inaugural ball at Lansing's convention center.
The inaugural theme is "Michigan: Relentless, Resilient, Reinvented."
You can watch the inaugural ceremony live at myfoxdetroit.com starting at noon. FOX 2 App users, click here to watch