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Community ProfileS

Genesse County

Davison & Davison Township

City of Davison 200 E. Flint Street, #210 • Davison 48423 (810) 653-2191 • Population: 4,929 Income: $48,000

Davison Township 1280 N. Irish Rd. • Davison 48423 (810) 653-4156 • Population: 19,106

The Davison area is a friendly and safe community with a crime rate significantly lower than the national average. Over the past 10 years a number of new housing developments have sprung up in the surrounding area. About 60 miles north of Detroit and east of Lansing residents benefit from the easy access they have to I-69, which is about 1 mile south of town. Although there is some light industrial activity in Davison, it is primarily a bedroom community of the Flint area. Abernathy Regional Park provides recreational activities for residents and features a 1.7 mile nature trail, tennis courts, ball fields and a playscape.

Swartz Creek

City of Swartz Creek 8083 Civic Dr. • Swartz Creek 48473 (810) 635-4464 • Population: 5,557 Income: $50,000

Grand Blanc Chamber of Commerce 512 E Grand blanc Road Grand blanc, Michigan 48439 810-695-4222 • 810-695-0053 Fax Email: For events, membership details and more, visit

Grand Blanc

City of Grand Blanc 203 E. Grand Blanc Rd. • Grand Blanc 48439 (810) 694-1118 • Population: 7,954 Income: $60,000

Swartz Creek is a western suburb of Flint just off I-69, west of I-75. Swartz Creek is within Swartz Creek School District. The City provides full-time police and fire protection and maintains public water and sewer facilities with the County responsible for treatment and transfer. Like many American communities, Swartz Creek remained largely agricultural for most of its history. With the emergence of the area’s auto industry the community transformed into a residential suburb offering a number of housing styles at varying price points. Miller Road is the main highway running through town, which takes residents to the various shopping areas nearby.

The City of Grand Blanc is located in the center of Grand Blanc Township, 10 miles south of Flint and 60 miles north of Detroit. Its residents enjoy quality Parks and Recreation programs, Senior Citizen services, the McFarlen Public Library, a diverse schedule of Community Education courses, and an abundant choice of shopping, dining, and transportation options. Grand Blanc Community Schools serve this community that also enjoys quality housing options at varying price points. Grand Blanc is an excellent place to live – check it out!

Village of Goodrich 7338 S. State • Goodrich 48438 (810) 636 2570 • Population: 1,846 Income: $77,000

City of Linden 132 E. Broad Street • P.O. Box 507 • Linden 48451-0507 (810) 735-7980 • (810) 735-4793 Fax • Population: 3,862 Income: $85,000-$110,000

Village of Goodrich

Goodrich is located in Atlas Township, which is in the southeast corner of Genesee County. So close to the County’s borders, residents regularly find themselves attending events in either Lapeer or northern Oakland County. The village is approximately 2.4 square miles and takes great pride in the top-notch Goodrich Area Schools. This picturesque town is situated on a millpond that is part of Kearsley Creek. The millpond dam is located under the main street bridge. Goodrich draws its historical look from the several well-preserved turn-of-the-century style buildings.


Linden is located in the southern tier of Genesee County near the headwaters of the Shiawassee River. Although Linden has retained its small town charm through the preservation of its scenic downtown area, including the historic Linden Mills, it’s also been designated a “cool city” by the State of Michigan. The downtown area boasts a number of small shops and several restaurants. Free concerts and outdoor movies are held by the historic mill and city gazebo. Side streets leading away from city center take you to cozy neighborhoods of well-maintained homes. Newer developments dot the surrounding area taking advantage of the nearby lakes. Linden also has the Linden Community Schools, which is recognized as one of the top school districts in the county.

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