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The Village of Milford is 2.5 square miles nestled in southwest Oakland County and is easily accessed from both I-96 and M-59. With a population of approximately 6,300, the Village serves as the central business district for approximately 25,000 people in the surrounding areas. The thriving downtown district draws visitors from communities such as Ann Arbor and Dearborn, while retaining its small-town charm.
The Village boasts six parks within its boundaries. Central Park, located on the banks of the Huron River, is a favorite with the children and teens who enjoy the playscape, basketball courts, tennis court, volleyball court, and ice rink. Fairgrounds Park is adjacent to the Senior Center for easy access to a picnic area and shuffleboard courts. Hubbell Pond Park is the site of the YMCA and Library, and a trail system that runs from Commerce Road all the way to Kensington Park on South Milford Road.
The city of Brighton is 3.69 square miles nestled in southeast point of Livingston County and is easily accessed from both I-96 and US-23. With a population of approximately 7,611. The downtown district draws visitors from communities such as Ann Arbor, Howell, and Milford.
Downtown Brighton offers a wide range of shopping, family festivals and great nightlife. The Imagination Station, located on the other side of the newly renovated Mill Pond Amphitheater is a favorite with the children and teens who enjoy the playscape, fishing, and listening to local bands.
As the County Seat, the City of Howell is centrally located within Livingston County. Downtown Howell welcomes the weekly Sunday Farmers’ Market, which runs 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from the first Sunday in May to the last in October.The market features the finest in locally grown produce, bedding plants, flowers, homemade goods and crafts. It’s all set against the backdrop of the historical Livingston County Courthouse and downtown Howell, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.Weekly entertainment and the energetic ambience of Howell’s downtown give the market a mini-festival atmosphere.
The City of Fenton’s downtown area retains much of its historical look while at the same time including a town square-style shopping plaza nearby. The Shiawassee River also flows over a dam through the park in the center of town. The park is overlooked by city hall and includes an old-fashioned gazebo and walkway by the river.
The city is in the heart of a beautiful recreation area. There are 58 lakes within a 10-mile radius of the city, which are used for fishing, boating, swimming and other water sports. The Lake Park features a municipal beach and picnic areas. Lake Fenton, with more than 11 miles of shoreline, is the largest lake in the area. The area around the city provides facilities for downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and ice boating in the winter.
The City of South Lyon is located near the crossroads of Interstate 96 and US 23, in the southwest corner of Oakland County, Michigan. Lansing, the capital of Michigan is located less than an hour drive west, and Detroit is just 45 miles to the east.
The center of the business district is at Ten Mile Road and Pontiac Trail, known as Lake Street and Lafayette Street within the City. At just 3.5 square miles in size, the City offers small town living, with the convenience of nearby interstate highways, major metropolitan areas and international airports.
Originally established as an agricultural center built around two railroads and incorporated as a city in 1930, South Lyon is becoming a center for manufacturing, with 70 acres of light industrial properties located within the city limits. South Lyon’s utility systems service residents and businesses, an important feature unavailable in surrounding areas.
Known for its historic and charming downtown, annual festivals, top-notch parks and excellent schools, the City of South Lyon offers an unparalleled quality of life.
Northville is a lively city, with a 150-year old history, that offers beautiful neighborhoods, a vibrant business district, first-rate schools and city services, historic buildings and settings, and plenty of parks and trails for relaxing, enjoying nature and staying active.
Specialty shops, art galleries, theaters, restaurants and intriguing landmarks abound in the walkable downtown. Events ranging from outdoor markets to parades and concerts draw in thousands of visitors throughout the year. People gather for events and take a break at Town Square, which has free wifi, tables and chairs set up year-round, oversize games, and a stage.
If you’re looking for green space, you’ll find it at the city’s numerous parks and trails – many with woods, ponds and rivers. Children and adults alike can explore and exercise in acres of green space – perfect for walking and running. City roads have plenty of bike lanes for leisure and serious bikers. A marked path guides bicyclists from Northville to nearby Maybury State Park and to the 30 miles of trails that line Hines Park.