COBACH Center 202 W Main St, Brighton, MI48116 City of Brighton Arts, Culture and History Center is located in the old Town Hall of downtown Brighton, is home to the…More Livingston Players, The Brighton Area Historical Society and the Brighton Art Guild. These nonprofit organizations have helped to develop the COBACH Center and work together to keep it open to the public.
City of Brighton Community Center 555 Brighton St, Brighton, MI48116 The city of Brighton has a large open space community center. With ample parking for larger events, this venue offers a…More kitchen, large bathrooms, and tables and chairs. Have your event catered, or bring your own food and beverages. You may decorate as you wish, but the communtiy center must be left in its original order when you leave.
Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce 218 E Grand River Ave, Brighton, MI48116 Serving and promoting the City of Brighton is the goal of the Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce; their mission is to…More promote and maintain a favorable business environment for the businesses and professional people making their living in the community. Their offices are located in the heart of downtown Brighton. The Chamber supports local member merchants with a wide range of service options such as group health insurance, workers' compensation insurance, AAA Michigan membership and by organizing and promoting frequent special events that bring visitors and customers to the Brighton area. The Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce also encompasses two separate chambers within itself: the Pinckney, Lakeland, Hamburg and Hell Chamber of Commerce and The Whitmore Lake Chamber of Commerce.
City of Brighton Police Department 440 S 3rd St, Brighton, MI48116 The City of Brighton Police Department provides routine, emergency and investigative police services throughout the…More city 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Its mission is to deliver service with "integrity, courage and professionalism." Citizens may file police reports at the station during regular business hours.
Brighton Area Fire Station 31 615 W Grand River Ave, Brighton, MI48116 Brighton Fire Station 31, also known as the Charles L. Bidwell Fire Station, was built in 1981. Staffed by a combination…More of full-time, part-time and on-call firefighters, its primary response area is the City of Brighton and part of Genoa Township. The department is constantly looking for new members to serve the community. Please visit the station's Web site for a list of qualifications, as well as information on fire prevention, open burning and the city's free smoke detector program.
Brighton High School 7878 Brighton Rd, Brighton, MI48116 Brighton High School, "Home of the Bulldogs," serves students in grades 9-12 from the City of Brighton as well as parts…More of Genoa, Hamburg, Green Oak and Brighton townships. Its mission is "to create a dynamic, challenging learning community where all members think with reflection, act with compassion, and perform with honor." Academics include art, business, English, family and consumer sciences, mathematics, music, physical education, science, social studies, special education, technology, vocational and industry and world languages. Principals are Gavin Johnson, 12th grade; Kirk Hobson, 11th grade; Jack Yates, 10th grade; and Henry Vecchioni, 9th grade.
Fairview Cemetery Flint Rd & Deeside Dr, Brighton, MI48116 The Fairview Cemetery is tucked away in the heart of the downtown, providing a peaceful and quiet setting for…More remembering lost loved ones. Across the street from the military memorial Brighton Hills Cemetery, the Fairview Cemetery respectfully contains several plots that hold a great deal of Brighton area history, with many recognizable family names that are still active in the community today. Information on cemetery rules and regulations can be obtained on-site or at the Brighton City offices.