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Downriver and Southern Wayne DOWNRIVER

Brownstown Township

Where the future looks bright!

Brownstown Township is the perfect place to live, work and play!

The township is ideally located in the downriver area just a 15 minute drive to downtown Detroit, 30 miles from the Ohio border and just a short drive to Detroit Metro Airport and the Canadian border.

Live

Safe community with full time police and fire #1 home sales in all of Wayne County Population increased 30% in the past decade

Work

Business friendly with pro-growth policies and programs 400+ businesses call the township home Over 3000 + jobs created in the past decade

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Play

Robust quality of life with community events throughout the year Recreation campus that includes a splash park, soccer fields, dog parks, baseball diamonds and Event Center One of the premier parks in Michigan – Lake Erie Metro Park

ADDENDUM — Brownstown Township Area: 22.4 Sq. Miles (land) Economic Base: Diversified mix of industrial, commercial, residential and retail. Government: Charter Township electing a supervisor, clerk, treasurer and trustees Location: Is part of Metro Detroit area known as downriver that flanks the

Post Office: 2740 3rd Street, Trenton 48183 (734) 676-0297 Protection: Emergency 9-1-1, Public Safety (734) 675-1300 Schools: Gibraltar, Taylor, Woodhaven-Brownstown, School Districts. (See “school grid” in Education for details)

Median Sale Price: $175,000 (2018) Median Household Income: $70,252 Population: 31,766 (2018) Libraries: Trenton Veterans Memorial Library, 2790 Westfield Rd, Trenton 481 83

Tax Rates 2018 Millage Rates (per $1 ,000 taxable value)

Detroit River and its entry to Lake Erie and I-75 and Telegraph Rd. corridor in Southern Wayne County.

(734) 676-9777 www.trenton.lib.mi.us

Medical Services: Henry Ford Health Center – Brownstown and Beaumont Medical Center. See “Health Care” section. Newspaper: The News-Herald www.thenewsherald.com Parks and Recreation: The Detroit River - Lake Erie shoreline is part of the

Michigan International Wildlife Refuge. Pointe Mouille State Game Area and Lake Erie Metro Park, nine community parks with various amenities, community center and recreational activities for all ages. (734) 675-0920

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Seniors: Online newsletter, recreation. Brownstown Pleasure Seekers open to downriver residents 55 years and older. Travel Club and Red Hat Sophisticates Chapter, memberships available at the Brownstown Community Center (734) 675-0920 Gibralter Taylor Woodhaven/Brownstown Homestead: 43.5062 37.1389 44.1567 Non-Homestead: 51.5062 55.1389 62.1567 Utilities: Charter Spectrum, Wide Open West - WOW (cable providers), DTE Energy (gas and electric). Free curbside recycling; for clothes and small appliances call Simple Recycling at 866-835-5068.

TOWNSHIP OFFICES:

Brownstown 21313 Telegraph Rd. • Brownstown 48183 (734) 675-0071 • www.brownstown-mi.org

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce 20904 Northline Rd., Taylor 48180 734) 284-6000 www.swcrc.com

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