Village of Brooklyn
    Brooklyn, Michigan
  • Shopping & more
    Specialty Shops
  • Cozy Town
    In the heart of the Irish Hills
  • Swain Memorial Park
    Open to the public
  • Growing Community
    Offering a complete shopping center

View current and previous Minutes Village Council, Planning Commission, CIA, & Parks Minutes with Agendas

Village of Brooklyn

Located in the Heart of the Irish Hills

Scheduled Meetings

Meetings take place at the times and locations below. There are times when meetings may be cancelled or held at a different time or location, so please check our Important Notices, Calendar, or call us at (517) 592-2591.

Village Council
Mthly - 2nd Monday @ 6 pm
Held at the Brooklyn Library
Planning Commission
Mthly - 3rd Monday @ 6 pm
Held at the Brooklyn Library
Corridor Improvement Auth
Mthly - 3rd Tue @ 8:30 am
Held at the Village Office

Code Officer/Inspectors

Code Enforcement Officer
Rick Nicholson - (517) 592-2591
Ordinance Email

Building Inspector
Brian Taylor - (517) 795-9902

Electrical Inspector
Mark Fish - (517) 206-6551

Mechanical Inspector
Jim Wiech - (517) 937-2813

Plumbing Inspector
Tom Trudeau - (517) 206-9005

Agendas & Minutes

Latest agendas are shown along with the minutes below.

Village Council Minutes
Planning Commission Minutes
CIA Minutes

About the Village of Brooklyn

Brooklyn, Michigan is a cozy town snuggled between three lakes in the Heart of the Irish Hills. This growing community continues to have new businesses open within the village limits enabling the town to be a complete shopping center.

Two mini-plazas have been established between the downtown area and the shopping mall to the south side of the village, adding many small businesses of interest to shoppers. For summer visitors and permanent residents, the community can provide for every need.

There are more than 50 lakes within a 10-mile radius of the Brooklyn Village limits which have given it the title "Heart of the Lakes." Many businesses and service groups have adopted this slogan as a part of their name.

Village of Brooklyn

Three of the lakes are large and support substantial numbers of visitors for summer and winter fun. Wamplers Lake, Clark Lake and Vineyard Lake all have parks. Hayes State Park is located at Wamplers Lake and county parks are at the other two lakes. Clark Lake also has a township park. Lake Columbia is a man-made, private lake. Property association members have a number of parks maintained for their private use. Many new homes are being built in the area as people discover this wonderful area.

Historical Information

  • Brooklyn Michigan
  • Historical Ford Automotive Factory Brooklyn MI

Village of Brooklyn is a great place to visit! shop! live!

Jackson County... Brooklyn, Michigan