Brownstown is a Charter Township located in Wayne County, Michigan. Approximately 31,000 people call the Township home, which is comprised of the Flat Rock, Rockwood, and Woodhaven segments incorporated as towns in the 1950s and 1960s. Brownstown, along with several other cities and townships, makes up the Downriver area of the greater Detroit metropolitan area.

A Brief History of Brownstown

The area now known as Brownstown was originally included in the French territory of Quebec before being ceded to the British. In the late 18th century, it became part of the U.S. In 1827, the original 43-square mile area was designated a township of Wayne County by the Michigan Territorial Commission. It was one of the nine original townships comprising Wayne County.

Brownstown Today

These days, Brownstown is approximately 30 square miles in total area. The majority of the Woodhaven-Brownstown School District lies within Brownstown borders and includes eight schools. Students residing in Brownstown and Woodhaven are permitted to attend the district’s schools. General Motor’s Chevrolet Volt Battery Pack Assembly Plant is located in Brownstown and employs many residents. Kurtzhals Farm, established in 1893, still operates within the township.

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