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STOCKBRIDGE
Where Your Adventure Begins

 

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Veterans Park Adventures

Stockbridge's Veterans Park is jammed-packed with the latest equipment that you wouldn't normally find in a small town. From our all-new pump track and refurbished skateboard ramps, to our well-maintained playgrounds, there is something for the whole family.  Get ready for an absolute blast playing pickleball, gaga ball, tennis, basketball, or volleyball with friends and family!

Adventures Often Begin at a Crossroads

At the crossroads of M-52 & M106, Stockbridge is uniquely positioned between Ann Arbor, home of the University of Michigan, and East Lansing, home of Michigan State University. We’re also within 15 minutes of I-94 and also I-96, making an easy commute to Detroit or Grand Rapids.

Amenities That Invite Adventure

The village of Stockbridge is an attractive place to spend quality time, whether you are a lifelong resident or a visitor looking for a new place to call home. In the center of town and unique to Stockbridge is its iconic township hall. Built on the Square in 1892 and completely renovated in 1979, it is the only original opera house in Michigan still standing.
 

Just around the corner, tucked back from the street, lies Veterans Park. This community-friendly space includes a Skate Park, Tennis Courts, Basketball Court, Playground, Picnic Areas, and the all-new Pump Track. Veterans Park is also  the gathering place for Day in the Village, All Clubs Day (for Motorcyclists), and Harvest Moon Festival, among other events and activities. 
 

If you are interested in hiking, running, and biking, check out the Stockbridge trailhead for the Mike Levine Lakeland State Trail, a 34-mile-long linear trail that stretches between Ingham and Livingston counties. For wildlife and nature enthusiasts, just outside the downtown area is Beckwith Nature  Preserve, which provides 30 acres of quiet natural area with walking trails.

Award-winning Schools

In addition to recreational opportunities, a quality school system is an importantpart of a healthy community. Stockbridge schools consistently place in the top 30 percent of school districts statewide. With just under 1,300 students, the District’s student to teacher ratio is on par with the state average of 18:1. At the High School level, Stockbridge has award-winning school programs such as the Uncaged Student News and Stockbridge Robotics Team, as well as  Competitive Class B Sports Teams.

“I have been located here in Stockbridge for 
25 years and my agency has been here for 
over 70 years. Stockbridge is a welcoming 
community and a great place to grow your 
business.”

  Jon Fillmore, Owner
Abbott & Fillmore Agency, Inc.

“Originally from Stockbridge and owning 
a business here for the last ten years, I 
feel grateful for the relationships we’ve 
built. We were looking to start our practice 
elsewhere, but we really enjoy the small town 
atmosphere and being downtown.”

Erin Clifton, Owner
Positively Chiropractic

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Stockbridge Stats

•     1.5 Square Mile Village
•     Roughly 20,000 year-round residents with 
an average income of $82,400 per year, in 
a 245 mile square area around the village
•     Area residents’ median age is 43.9 years, 
3.3 years older than the state average
•     45.4 percent of households earn over 
$75,000 per year

Thursday, February 22, 2024, 6:15pm

MEETING AGENDA
118 N Center St

Call To Order

Welcome to new SDDA Director Nelva Jean Lampart
Roll Call
Pledge of Allegiance
Approval of Meeting Agenda February 22, 2025.  
Approval of meeting minutes of January 25, 2024

PUBLIC COMMENT

FINANCIALS

Check registers for January 25, 2024, to February 22, 2024 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

  1. Presentation by Guest Danielle Bouchard from McKenna on TIFD survey 

  2. 2/8/2024 version of updated web link  to TIFD GEO Map https://link.edgepilot.com/s/3bf0a1e2/UZjd_2OhGU6jveCBEjvX0w?u=https://arcg.is/0aLKjP

  3. Village passed SDDA budget with no discussion. 

  4. Trash cans. https://www.trashcanswarehouse.com/
    This is a site with a good variety, I would recommend a trash receptacle that is covered, and can be installed at all locations throughout Village.
    I would replace all of them, including adding them at pump track.
    David Dillard, DPW Supervisor

  5. Village Fire Hydrant survey 

NEW BUSINESS

  1. Future Ideas for bringing business to town.

  2. Copy of John Gormley legal opinion on expending TIFD monies. 

  3. Rough draft of future 2024 Plan Amendment 

PUBLIC COMMENT

Board members Concerns, Suggestions or Recommendations.

NEXT MEETING

Next meeting is suggested date March 28, 2024.

ADJOURNMENT

Community Events

Farmer's Markets

Open Air Market of Stockbridge - Fridays May - October on the township square.

Stockbridge Farmers Market - Tuesdays at the American Legion

Memorial Day

S.A.E.S.A. Memorial Day BBQ

Saturday Before Father's Day

Day in the Village

Saturday After Thanksiving

Festival of Lights & Small Business Saturday

Additional Events

•     All Clubs Day Motorcycle Show
•     Harvest Moon Festival
•     Mackinder Glenn American Legion Post 510 Tractor Show and Fish Fries

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