Genesee County, Michigan is home to a diverse population of more than 400,000 people in 33 municipalities, where everyone can find a place to call home. Live in an energetic and dynamic urban center, peaceful suburban township, quiet rural community, or beautiful lakefront neighborhood. Explore 11,000 acres of parks, 21 golf courses, 79 lakes, and 100+ miles of non-motorized trails.
With one of the highest concentrations of top ranked K-12 public schools in Michigan, seamless integration from high school to college or career, and notable higher education institutions, families living in Flint & Genesee can be assured of a quality education for their students. Flint & Genesee has an educational attainment rate of 90 percent (high school diplomas or higher) — greater than the national average.
The region fosters a vibrant arts and cultural scene. Flint & Genesee is home to a collection of renowned museums, downtown galleries, cultural centers, and performing arts groups. Flint has revitalized its downtown, promoting public art spaces and festivals that celebrate the Pure Michigan way of life.