Public Hearing Notice
The Birch Run Township Downtown Development Authority (DDA) shall hold a public hearing on December 12th at 7 p.m. at the Birch Run Township Government Room at 11935 Silver Creek Drive to review amendments to the DDA plan. The meeting is open to the public.
The DDA district is generally described as:
Parcels with frontage on Dixie Highway from Canada Road to Birch Run Road. Parcels to include in the district are 10995 Dixie Highway, 8782 Canada Road, 10945 Dixie Highway, 9100 Canada Road, 9515 East Birch Run Road, 11556 Dixie Highway, and the parcel that is located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Canada Road and Interstate-75.
Parcels with frontage on Birch Run Road from the municipality’s township limit on the west side to the address 9435 East Birch Run Road on the north side and to the address 9700 East Birch Run Road on the south side, including the parcel north of 9435 East Birch Run Road.
Parcels with frontage on Dixie Highway from Birch Run Road south up to and including the following parcels: on the east side 12385 Dixie Highway and on the west side 12480 Dixie Highway. Parcels with frontage along Totten Lane. Parcels with frontage on Tiffany Boulevard that are within Birch Run Township.
A copy of the DDA Plan is available at the Township Office for inspection. The Township Office is open:
Monday thru Friday 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Anyone wishing to comment on the plan, but unable to attend the public hearing, should send any comments to the address below prior to the December 12th meeting:
Birch Run Township Downtown Development Authority
8425 Main Street
PO Box 152
Birch Run, MI 48415
Corey Trinklein, Clerk
Birch Run Township
Welcome to Birch Run Township!!
Birch Run Township was first organized in 1853 and held it's first Annual Meeting of the Electors on April 4, 1853. At that meeting Joseph Matheson was elected the first supervisor with 18 votes to 17 for Proctor Williams (at whose house the initial election was held); Calvin Silvernail was elected the first clerk with 21 votes to 14 for Elisha Marvin; Hirum Brown was elected treasurer with 19 votes to 16 votes for Elisha Marvin. The town was named after it’s creek, which runs thru a large birch tree area. In 1863, the town was renamed Deer Lick and remained so until 1868 when it reverted back to Birch Run.
The total area of Birch Run Township is approximately 36.5 square miles of all land. As of the 2010 census 6,033 residents live within Birch Run Township. The Township also includes the Village of Birch Run (incorporated in 1955 and encompassing 1.89 square miles) with 1,555 of the residents living there.
The Birch Run Area School District serves the majority of the Township's students, with approximately 8.5 square miles being served by the Frankenmuth School District and roughly a third square mile being covered by the Clio Area School District.
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