Welcome to Genesee County
A little about…
Genesee County, Michigan’s fourth largest, is located in southeastern Michigan. It was organized in 1836, named after Genesee County, New York, in an effort to attract settlers from there. The name means: "Beautiful Valley," which is a good description of the area. It attracted settlers as early as 1829, founding the Village of Geneseeville, just a few miles east of Mt. Morris, (which now is the site of the famous Huckleberry Railroad.)
Today, Genesee County remains on the grow, with half of its villages and cities considered a part of the greater Flint area. It still retains its history and country charm, however, with many turn-of-the-century buildings preserved in its smaller towns, such as Grand Blanc, Goodrich, Atlas, Frankenmuth, Flushing,Fenton,Linden and Gaines, to name a few. There is always something to see and do in Genesee County. Come and check it out for yourself!!
Atherton | Beecher | Bendle | Bentley | Carman-Ainsworth | Clio
Davison | Fenton | Flint | Flushing | Genesee | GISD
Goodrich | Grand Blanc | Kearsley | Lake Fenton | LakeVille
Linden | Montrose | Mt. Morris | Swartz Creek | Westwood Heights
Dining and Entertainment….
Flint and surrounding areas have a large variety of attractions including live musical venues, sports arenas, museums and cultural events. The Whiting Auditorium, the Flint Institute of Arts, and the Flint Cultural Center offer wide varieties of entertainment, educational, and recreational activities for all ages. Restaurants and eateries are plentiful in the area, with fast quick options to gourmet spreads.
Genessee Chamber of Commerce
Genessee County Parks
Flint Bishop International Airport
Baker College of Flint
Mott Community College
University of Michigan-Flint