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202 W Main St, Brighton, MI 48116
City of Brighton Arts, Culture and History Center is located in the old Town Hall of downtown Brighton, is home to theMore 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. 
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.