Economic Development

Found on the I-69 corridor less than an hour away from Detroit, Flint, Port Huron, and Canada, Imlay City is easily accessible by road, water, air, and rail, making it a strategic hub for many businesses and manufacturers.

 

Important Updates

DTE Announcement Regarding Tree Trimming

DTE has published their 2018 tree trimming maintenance program.  View it on our Trash, Recycle & Yard Waste page.

Board of Appeals Meeting Cancelled

The regular meeting of The HousingBoard of Appeals is being cancelled for Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at 7:00om due to lack of an agenda.

Imlay City Parks

The City of Imlay City maintains six city parks including the newly developed Butterfly Garden located on Third Street.

Whether you want to enjoy an afternoon stroll, frolic on the playground, or relax while reading a book, Imlay City has a park just for you!

Easy to Get To with All the Charm a Small Town Offers

Imlay City boasts a small-town atmosphere that is connected to big-time population centers.

Our quaint downtown includes beautifully manicured landscaping with bench-lined sidewalks and exceptional shopping—a welcome retreat from busy city life.

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Tree City

Proud to be a Tree City USA Community

The Tree City USA program has been greening up cities and towns across America since 1976. It is a nationwide movement that provides the framework necessary for communities to manage and expand their public trees.

Imlay City is one of 3,400 communities that has made the commitment to becoming a Tree City USA. The City has achieved Tree City USA status by meeting four core standards of sound urban forestry management: Maintaining a tree board or department, having a community tree ordinance, spending at least $2 per capita on urban forestry and celebrating Arbor Day.