Milan, MI Area Information
Established in 1831, Milan, MI is a charming city of 5,000 residents. This vibrant community is rich in history offering beautiful historic neighborhoods. Like the other neighboring towns, Milan has a strong connection to the automobile industry as it is a designated location on the National Ford Heritage Trail. Half of the city of Milan is located on the northern edge of Milan Township in Monroe County. The remaining portion of Milan is located in Washtenaw County, adjacent to York Charter Township.
Greater Job Diversity for Milan
A few of the more notable local landmarks include the Milan Dragway and the sportsman?s mega-store Cabela's is located nearby. These destinations bring thousands of visitors to our area. Because there is an all out effort to create better jobs for tomorrow, local leaders and the Milan Chamber of Commerce continue to seek a more diverse business climate. Some 300 companies currently call Milan home.
Small Town Feel | A Desirable Place to Call Home
From our tree-lined streets bath by unique street lamps, Milan is a warm, friendly town. Convenient access allows residents and visitors to enter town from U.S. 23 at exits 25 and 27. All in all, Milan is a desirable place to live, work, learn, shop and play!
Moving To Milan, MI?
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