Genesee County is located in the midst of the I-69 International Trade Corridor, a major distribution route with interstate access to Detroit, Chicago and Canada-to-Mexico connections, along with Bishop International Airport and rail service. 

 The county’s location and diverse activities offers low cost-of-living without sacrificing cultural amenities or outdoor recreation.  The immediate area offers top-notch hospitals and world renowned education centers. 

 Our municipalities offer a sense of community with highly rated public school districts.  Many economic opportunities exist for assembly and manufacturing industries as well as food production and high-technology and research enterprises.

  1.  Land Use and Redevelopment
  2.  Karegnondi Water Authority and raw water
  3.  Broadband and Connectivity
  4.  Amenities and Tourism
  5.  Transportation and Regionalization


“Genesee County is Michigan’s fifth largest county. The region has an outstanding transportation infrastructure, and a great network of higher education institutions to help drive innovation and support workforce development. Our quality-of-life amenities include having Michigan’s largest county park system, a national-caliber arts and culture district, and many great neighborhoods.”

Tim Herman
CEO Flint & Genesee
Chamber of Commerce