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Mill Pond Manor Apartments
614 N 2nd St, Brighton, MI 48116
Mill Pond Manor Apartments are located on 2nd Street just north of downtown Brighton. It offers 1 bedroomMore apartments for senior citizens.  The grounds are lovely and overlook the Mill Pond with a view of downtown. Handicap accessible apartments are available. Please call for information on rent and availability.
Alterations Unlimited
411 Mill Pond Ln, Brighton, MI 48116
Alterations Unlimited is conveniently located in downtown Brighton on Mill Pond Lane, and offers dressmaking, tailoringMore and clothing repair services. Serving the Brighton area since 1985, Alterations Unlimited specializes in tailoring and fitting wedding dresses, prom dresses and men's/women's business suits, and also work on children's clothing. Simple repairs such as replacing zippers or repairing hems is also an available service. Located in the same building as the Great Harvest Bread Company, Alterations Unlimited is accessible through the rear entrance with parking available on Mill Pond Lane just across from the pond.
Mill Pond Park
W Main St & E Grand River Ave, Brighton, MI 48116
Located in the heart of charming downtown Brighton, Mill Pond Park is the perfect place for a tranquil break from diningMore or shopping, or a scenic stroll in any season. An extensive walking trail includes paved areas and a wooden boardwalk that crosses scenic Mill Pond, which is full of water lilies in the summer and waterfowl all year long. A gazebo with natural bench seating is the site of free community performances in warmer months. The park also includes a giant, fenced-in wooden playscape for children of all ages, public restrooms, drinking fountains, benches, covered picnic table pavilion and numerous public sculptures.
Brighton City Hall
200 N 1st St, Brighton, MI 48116
Brighton City Hall is located downtown on the beautiful Mill Pond, surrounded by public art. The building functions asMore the heart of the city, housing the offices of City Clerk, City Manager, Community Development, Human Resources and Finance. It's the go-to place for residents seeking building permits, tax information, public housing records, voter registration, and information on assessments, inspections and zoning. The city's part-time, seven-member City Council meets in the City Council Chambers, as do the Planning Commission, the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Principle Shopping District, the Downtown Development Authority, the Arts and Culture Commission, and the March Board of Review.
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